Meet Mrs. Nemergut Art
Linda Nemergut holds a MFA in Illustration from Western Connecticut State University. She has a BS degree in Visual Art from Charter Oak State College as well as an AS degree in Fine Art from Housatonic Community College. She has also earned a certificate in Botanical Illustration from the New York Botanical Gardens.
In addition to teaching art at Immanuel Lutheran she teaches at the New York Botanical Gardens and at the Art Spot in Danbury, Ct.
When she is not teaching she works on her own art (primarily silverpoint, watercolor and collage) and enjoys reading, knitting and spending time with her newly retired husband and three dogs (Winslow, Penelope and Eeyore).
Meet Mr. Oyeniran Oyedeji Music
B. A. from Morehouse College (Atlanta, GA)
M. A. from Teachers College Columbia University (New York, NY)
Have served as a pianist and/organist or a substitute musician in Baptist, Lutheran, Episcopal, Methodist, Congregational, and Presbyterian churches in Georgia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and the New York tri-state.
Previously served as musician's assistant at White Oak Hills Baptist Church (Stone Mountain, GA) from 2003-2008 and the organist/choir director from 2008-2010.
Graduate teaching assistant at Teachers College Columbia University (New York, NY) from 2010-2012, first under Dino Anagnost then under Virginia Allen.
Teacher of private music lessons and freelance musician in both New York and Connecticut (piano, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, voice) since 2010.
Substitute teacher in private and charter schools in the five boroughs of New York City from 2014-2015.
Other interests include baseball, long walks, reading about subjects such as theology, history, current events, and economics.