Trish Corder is a multi-media artist who resides in Lynn, Arkansas. In addition to her own work, she has conducted an ongoing series of classes for students in oil painting, watercolor painting, drawing, and stained glass. Her formal training includes a Bachelor’s degree in Art Education from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Trish also enjoys taking seminars from noted area artists. She believes artistic learning is an on-going process. Past exhibits include: Williams Baptist College in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas; White River Medical Center in Batesville, Arkansas; Arts in the Park at Russellville, Arkansas; Christmas at the Capitol in Little Rock, Arkansas; One man show sponsored by The Searcy Arts Council in Searcy, Arkansas; State House Convention Center in Little Rock, Arkansas; and The Clinton Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas. Trish is an active artist and has received many awards for her work. She is presently Director of the Spring River Art Gallery in Hardy, Arkansas. She is also adjunct art faculty at Ozarka College in Ash Flat, Arkansas. Her work can be viewed at Spring River Art Gallery in Hardy, Arkansas.