Website Designer and Technical Support

On Twitter, @CGrayWeihman


Carole Gray-Weihman (California, USA) – Website Design, Technical Support, Events Registrar, and Administrator for Artists and Sponsors.


Carole is a native Californian who lives in Penngrove, California. She’s been a professional painter for over thirty years. She regularly travels around the country and abroad to paint en plein air and compete in plein air painting competitions. She’s represented by several galleries and maintains a private atelier in Petaluma, California.


Carole is also the founder and painting instructor at Plein Air Liaison in Petaluma, California. Plein Air Liaison operates plein air painting workshops and classes locally and abroad.


Carole has also spent several years as an editor and contributing writer for Plein Air Magazine and Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine.


In addition, Carole has spent time passionately assisting other artists with web development and video publishing as well as facilitating online art instruction.





Grace Rebullida (California, USA) – TAE Official Blogger

On Twitter,

Grace Rebullida has been drawing, painting and photographing since a very young age. She studied Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines and came to Oakland, California, to study at California College of Arts and Crafts (now CCA). Later on, tantalized by what you can do with computers, she attended San Francisco State Multimedia Studies program, where she learned to use digital artist tools. She now paints with oil and acrylics on canvas or wood. She also draws whimsical topics on paper with oil or acrylic pens in between the more complicated pieces.
She continues to photograph with a DSLR and an iPhone and creates digital artwork — this is the primary focus today and moving forward. She has recently joined a movement called Techspressionism; an artistic approach in which technology is utilized as a means to express emotional experience. A core group of artists have begun working together to develop momentum for this broader terminology instead of "digital art." 




Carolyn Murphy (Manchester, UK) – TAE Official Blogger

On Twitter,

Carolyn Murphy is a UK-based artist and printmaker, who specialises in linocut printmaking. A member of Hot Bed Press in Salford and Prospect Printmakers in Rossendale, her work has been exhibited across the North West of England and further afield. From her home studio, she creates mainly landscapes and nature-inspired designs, and detailed studies.

Carolyn has donated artwork to Twitter Art Exhibit for the last five years and her work was selected as a Board’s Choice in 2019. She loves the great sense of community and the global support for TAE and its aim to make a difference through art. Carolyn is proud to become a TAE volunteer and a new official blogger in 2021.




Rebecca Thomson (UK) – TAE Official Blogger

On Twitter, @artychat

Rebecca Thomson was born and brought up in Scotland and studied Art History at St Andrews University. Married with three children, she has a long-standing career in sales, marketing, and new business development.

She is passionate about supporting art and artists and founded the twitter platform @artychat.  Organized, regular tweet chats are held on @artychat, where like-minded people can learn and share knowledge and experience whilst simultaneously creating an artist's network.


Coming across Twitter Art Exhibit early on in her twitter life, she hugely admires what they do for charities, art, and artists. In writing the TAE Blog, Rebecca hopes that her small contribution will help keep people talking and supporting this fantastic exhibition.




Adam Brant (Bedfordshire, UK) – TAE Official Blogger

On Twitter, @brantus

Adam Brant is a UK-based visual artist specializing in painting and drawing. He graduated with a Fine Arts degree from the University of Hull, Scarborough Campus in 2002 (and says that studying by the seaside was as fun as it sounds!). Adam has continued to create and exhibit work since he graduated, fitting time in the art studio around office-based jobs. He currently lives and works in Bedfordshire, UK.

During his studies, Adam was lucky enough to spend a month at the Cyprus College of Art as part of a student exchange programme. He credits the inspiration he found from observing ways the modern world impacted the ancient history of the island as helping him to establish his identity as an artist.

Adam’s work is influenced by the tradition of still life painting, but he uses both objects and environments as sources of inspiration. His work explores the tension that exists in the relationship between the past, present, and future, and how our memories affect our response to this. Adam creates his work by building layers of marks, images, and color, often combining painted and drawn marks within each layer. This results in semi-abstract artworks which are often bold in color, combining expressive marks with fine detail. Through his work, Adam hopes to encourage the importance of reflection in our fast-paced society.

Adam has taken part in all of the TAE’s and is excited to have an opportunity to extend his support by helping to share news about the exhibition to inspire others.