Featured Artists

Celebrating the accomplishments of our local artists.

Featured Artists

Marshelia Williams

Marshelia Williams is a mixed media artist, abstract intuitive painter, and art instructor.  Marshelia’s body of work is inspired by her faith, color, and the intuitive painting process.  Her use of color and textured brushstrokes create movement, translating motion and life in many of her paintings. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Art Education from Western Michigan University and her Master of Education from Wayne State University.  As a painter and mixed media artist, Marshelia is ready to experiment, blending many forms of materials, transforming them into works of art. Over 15 + years as full-time art teacher, she has also taken her love of teaching and captured it into art workshops for both youth and adults, inspiring them to break out of their comfort zones and explore. When she is not teaching, she uses much of her time creating art in her studio. Originally from Muskegon, Michigan, she now lives and operates her studio in Southeast Michigan.


The Art & Soul of Clinton County

Current CCAC Artists

The CCAC hosts a myriad of talented artists, featuring paintings, jewelry, printmaking, pottery, glassware, metalwork, illustrations, literature and more.

Carla Alligood

Robert Ballard

Tamara Boswell

Chad Burnham

Benjamin Case

Beverly Davis

Ron Davis

Debbie Fehrenbach

Susan Fernholz

Marilyn Fitzpatrick

Andrea Flitton

Janet Halfmann

Kasey Hammond

Tim Higgins

Keli Hinderach

Hastings Pewter Co.

Jeff Joseph

Cora Kid

Barb Ladisky

Richard Lahmann

Theressa Levett

Saige Levett

Susan Mahoney

Susan Newcom

Roberta O’Connor

Teal Newcomb

Terry Parsley

Jim Rasmussen

Ruthie Reynolds

Linda Ruehle

Janet Sinke

Sandy Sonier

Mason Sova

Marsha Stevens

Nicholas Stump

Andrea Thornton

Tom Tomasek

Ida VanBeelen

Cheryl Warren

Marshelia Williams

Karen Wohlfert

If you would like to exhibit your work in the Art Gallery, please contact Theressa to schedule an appointment

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