The Alliance has developed an Artist Roster, a database (including artists’ biographies, areas of expertise, and contact information) of area artists and art education professionals to build a broad and culturally diverse database of artists and arts entrepreneurs in our community.

The Alliance Artists Roster is a service to schools, libraries, arts organizations, event organizers, businesses, and other service providers in our area who often want to engage creative folks and artists to work with them. And of course – we want to bring more visibility to the artists who live and work in our community!

The Artist Roster is open to any area artist who feels they have arts experiences to share, as long as they provide the necessary information and can define what they have to offer.

To submit your information – or to let us know of artists in the community that we should include, contact us at info@wichitafallsarts.org or click the button below.

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Nadia Menchaca

I specialize in: Graphic Design, Media Arts, Muralist/Public Art, Painting

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Nadia Menchaca currently attends Midwestern State University, where she will earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Although she experiments with a wide variety of media, her major emphasis consists of painting and photography. Outside of school and work, Nadia focuses on bringing light and attention to the LGBTQ+ community.

Vickie J. Milam-Milligan

I specialize in: Painting

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Vickies love of all things artful began years ago while working in Downtown Development and Historic Preservation for 28 years. After retiring she created "The Artful Life" and began painting in 2006 and never looked back. A Gypsy Artist claiming art is her therapy is involved in community and has a studio The Lilly Pad located at 600 8th Street.

Audra Miller

I specialize in: Muralist/Public Art, Painting, Sculpture/3D

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Audra Miller is a self-taught abstract multimedia artist that loves the process of creating! Audra’s art is about the process, nothing more, nothing less. As in life, her practice of making art allows the paint to lead her path as she looks and waits to see the direction her art will take her. The ups and downs of life have taught Audra that she does not have control over what will happen, but she does control how to handle what may happen along the way. She explores this same practice in her artwork. Exploration of a variety of media allows for an interesting result that directs her art path. Audra grew up in a rural area, learning a variety of things along the way. She raised animals, grew a garden, rebuilt cars with her father, practiced woodworking, and learned to in those years. Audra even worked at a gas station changing oil and detailing cars while in college. Growing up Audra strived for perfection and fell short time and time again. She dealt with her own demons of depression and began seeing the world in a different light. During this time, she began to notice the struggles of others and their demons. As an art teacher, she watches and notices the struggles of her students, and she has vowed to make a difference in the lives of others socially and emotionally through her practice of art!

Audra’s practice includes visual art, public art, collaborative art, and community art. She leads meaningful community art projects to empower her students with social and emotional skills for their futures. Audra knows the depths of vulnerability being an artist can bring and hopes to channel that vulnerability into relatable compassion through her art. Audra brings a “flawsome” attitude where her art travels, hoping to leave the reminder to embrace your flaws because they are truly what makes you awesome!

You can find her work on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/audralynnmiller/

Michael A. Mitchell

I specialize in: Photography

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I was raised in Henrietta/Clay County, TX. While working in West Texas for the Boy Scouts of America, I started telling my family about all of the ghost towns and cool abandoned things that were around. My parents asked that I start taking pictures and bought me a cheap digital camera. Everyone started saying "wow, you've got a great eye". Since that time in 2003, I have purchased better equipment and learned more and more about techniques, editing and just photography in general.

I call my style rusty and crusty. I mostly take photos of landscapes, abandoned things like cars, trucks, barns and houses and occasionally a few animals. Our society today likes to throw things away and go get something new. With that, we are getting rid of a lot of old things that are still around. These old cars, barn and houses are being torn down to make room for new houses or to "pretty up" the property. I endeavor to capture these abandoned things before they are gone and although I may not know their story, I have at least captured them for future generations to see what it was like.

Michael A. Mitchell
Howling Coyote Photography

Selena Mize

I specialize in: Muralist/Public Art, Painting

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Selena Mize is a visual artist working and living in Wichita Falls, Texas. She graduated from Midwestern State University in May 2018 with her Bachelor's in Fine Art. Her major emphasis was painting and her minor emphasis was drawing. She specializes in oil and watercolor paintings, and has knowledge of screenprinting. As a hobby, she does videography - documenting social events, trips, and her time spent with her loved ones.

Precious Okoye

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Morgan Page

I specialize in: Graphic Design, Photography

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Morgan Page is a conceptual artist and graphic designer. She primarily works in photography, installation, video, collage, and textiles. Her recent research interests include immigration, migration, and textiles. Page received her M.F.A. from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts in New Brunswick, NJ and her B.F.A. from the University of Houston's School of Art in Houston, TX. She has exhibited widely regionally and nationally. Her recent two-person exhibitions include the Dallas Center for Photography, the Red River Valley Museum, and the Museum of North Texas History. Her project "Bones of Texas" is under contract with the University of Texas Press to be published as a book. Her recent publications include Book of the Disappeared: The Quest for Transnational Justice (inclusion of her print "Stolen") by Jennifer Heath and Ashraf Zahedi (University of Michigan Press). She has also participated in an international print exchange, "Supporting Indigneous Sisters: An International Print Exchange" that is currently on view at the Donkey Mill Art Center in Holualoa, HI and will go to the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts in Lubbock, TX next. Morgan Page was awarded the Jane Spears Carnes Fellowship from MSU Texas in 2022.

Mandy Patlan

I specialize in: Painting

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I'm an Army Disabled Veteran- OIF '08-09. Last year I started art therapy to help with my PTSD and fell in love with spray paints.

Katherine Phillips

I specialize in: Sculpture/3D, Optical Art

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Art to enhance the unity of our human race.

I am an Art teacher and an Op artist. I love the development of 2-D into 3-D. I have just begun to immerse myself into clay at Midwestern State University. I hope to one day produce Optical Art through the ceramics medium. I'm also an amateur fiction writer, a wife, and a mother of 4+!

Kylie Pierson

I specialize in: Crafts, Graphic Design, Media Arts, Painting, Drawing, Printmaking

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I am an independent artist of many mediums. My strengths and expert skills are in illustration, graphic design, acrylic painting, pyrography, and branding.

I am an author of a graphic novel that has not been published yet, and owner of The Crooked Vault, LLC.

Catherine Prose

I specialize in: Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Photography, Arts Administration

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Catherine Prose grew up between the Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma and the White Mountains in Arizona. She holds a Master of Fine Art from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas and joined the faculty at Midwestern State University (MSU) in Wichita Falls, Texas in 2005. She successfully directed MSU's Juanita Harvey Art Gallery for over 9 years and administrated the O'Donnell Visiting Artist Program for 8 years. She has a combined 15 years of Art Administration experience, five of which were spent at the Buddy Holly Center in Lubbock Texas.

In 2008 Prose began directing the printmaking program at MSU where she made significant contribution in transitioning the print studio into a non-toxic working environment and effectively contemporized the technology used to teach students.

Prose's artwork is exhibited extensively nationally and internationally in both group and solo showings. Her artwork is in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia; Colorado Special Collections, Boulder, Colorado and in the Printmaker Research Collection at the Museum of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.

Prose has been an active member of the Wichita Falls arts community serving as Board Vice President 2014-2017 for Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture; serving on the Wichita Falls Arts Commission from 2007-2016, of which 5 years were as Chair, and served on the Board of the River Bend Nature Center.

Jonathon Quam

I specialize in: Media Arts

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Jonathon is an assistant professor of media arts in the Mass Communication department at Midwestern State University. He received his Master of Fine Arts in documentary production and theory from the University of North Texas. Over the past six years, Jonathon has taught television, audio, film, and media studies courses at UNT and at Stephen F. Austin State University. In the field, Jonathon has worked on documentary films, in radio stations and newsrooms, and on numerous television shows. He spent two years working for the Southwest's largest production company, AMS Pictures. While at AMS, he logged time as a director of photography, an associate producer, a research analyst, a director, and a development producer, working on established television shows and helping build new ideas.

Much of his professional work has been focused on the human side of society's most difficult social issues, from the caring environments of LGBTQ churches in the heart of Texas to biographical looks into child abuse. His current documentary takes an observational look at the racial justice movement in Madison, Wisconsin, a city with the widest disparity gap in the country. Jonathon's creative research centers on multimedia production, and his documentaries have screened at film festivals and conferences both nationally and internationally. His recent academic research looks at the topic of ethical documentary filmmaking in an industry that is exploitative by nature.