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November Artists

November 11, 2010

November is going to be a great month at Art Lab– come check it out!

Melville Georgakopoulos was born in Boston in 1976 to parents from across the pond. His early travels overseas sparked an interest in old world traditions and especially in superstition. Stories he was told as a child by old Greek women still give him the heebie-jeebies and permeate his thoughts as he works through the wee hours. His works often convey feelings of wanderlust, curiosity, and solitude. Mainly a self-taught artist Melville Georgakopoulos continues to absorb as much as he can through experimentation with different media, and by traveling this world to meet it’s bizarre characters. His ultimate goal is to improve with each work and eventually have his own hall in the Louvre.

Thomas Studholme is a Colorado native – born in Boulder in 1969 and is currently a resident of Loveland. He was born with creative and artistic gifts and has committed his life to exploring and learning about how to express them in ways that are innovative, expressive and true to his thought process, heart and soul. Thomas graduated from the Colorado Institute of Art with an Associates of Applied Science – Graphic Design degree in 1994 and then graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 1997 with a degree in Art Education and has taught elementary art for over 12 years in the Thompson Valley School district.

Thomas illustrates with brush and ink, graphic ink pens and Zip-A-Tone. His subject matter is based on dreams/nightmares, unexplained phenomenon and the juxtaposition of elements of beauty and horror. He is also an established found art sculptor and painter in the community. He has shown in the Loveland Sculpture Invitational and has a mural on the building located between East 3rd and 4th Streets along Lincoln Avenue. Thomas can be contacted for commisssioned work and t-shirts at his email: or his phone: 970-619-9456.

Morgan Sunhouse Hill earned an MFA in printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2007, and a BFA in painting and printmaking at the State University of New York at Purchase in 2004. Prior to that, he studied figurative painting at the Boulder Academy of Fine Art in his hometown of Boulder, Colorado. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. More of his work can be seen at Morgan currently lives in Boulder, and is available for lessons in painting and press-less printmaking. He also accepts commissions for work. Contact him through his website: or phone: (917)597-6873.


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