Jody Stephenson, artist and author of Faltering Towards Perfection: Art, Faith, and Everything In Between. Jody’s landscape, abstract, and floral paintings have been represented by many fine galleries and collected all over the country. Her fine art notecards have been featured in Barnes & Noble Booksellers and Neiman Marcus stores nationwide. Jody and her husband, Ron Lutz, live and work at Studio 62, their gallery in beautiful Eureka Springs, Arkansas. They are proud to be a part of this thriving artists community. Jody received her B.A. Degree in Art History from the University of Kansas. Post-graduate art study includes the Loveland Academy of Fine Arts, Central Missouri State University, University of Iowa, and University of Arkansas. One-person shows were sponsored by the University of Colorado, the University of Wyoming, Art Center of the Ozarks, Chaffee County Arts Council (Colorado), and the Kansas Arts Council.
Ron Lutz and his wife Jody Stephenson live the American dream at Studio 62–their gallery and home in Eureka Springs. Ron’s resume of photographic accomplishments includes exhibitions in Arkansas, Colorado, California, and Wyoming; publication in Southwest Art Magazine; Artist-in-Residence award at Rocky Mountain National Park; and historical survey documentation for the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program. He specializes in black and white photography and has a passion for alternative photographic processes. Three of Ron’s architectural photographs were selected for inclusion in the Architecture in Focus Exhibit at the Oakland Museum sponsored by the Council on Architecture. Recently, Ron has been juried into two exhibitions at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Ron enjoys documenting Eureka Springs and the surrounding countryside.