For Sr. Pat Sheridan, art is in her DNA. Sr. Pat’s mother was very artistic and creative. She was musical. She painted and sewed, as well. As a child, Sr. Pat always enjoyed art projects in school; however, it was at summer camp when Sister began to explore art more.
Sr. Betty Ann describes her photography as a gift from God. Sister explains, "When you lose your breath upon seeing snow gracefully covering the boughs of fir trees and individually encasing each needle of the pine branch you whisper your Thanks to God who created that beauty."
Oil painting, drawing, pastels, watercolor, colored pencils, and more. Looking across the classroom in eighth grade, Sr. Terry noticed a classmate doing a pencil sketch, and she thought she could do that, as well. And so she did, and that was how it all started.
Sr. Fran was initially drawn to the arts as a young child when she received a letter from Santa Claus with a sketch (drawn by her brother). Sister showed the sketch to everybody and copied it multiple times.