My name is Rhonda Horton and I live in Wasilla, AK. I am currently a student teacher at Academy Charter School in Palmer, AK. I am working on my teaching certificate in K-12 Art with University of Alaska, Fairbanks. I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Art with the University of Alaska, Anchorage, and my studio emphasis is printmaking with a secondary emphasis in drawing. I am also a teaching artist with the Artist in Schools Teaching program with Alaska State Council on the Arts. So far, I have been able to teach K-12 Art as Artist in Residence at Walter Northway School in the Alaska Gateway School District and Anthony A. Andrews School in the Bearing Sea School District.
I live with my husband who is a mechanic with the State of Alaska and who is also a talented musician. We enjoy making music together and have raised our three children who are now grown and who also play music. We have two grandsons, one age 3 and the other 21 months. My husband and I have built our home and continue to work on it , which keeps us very active. We also have an interest in wooden boats and have recently restored our 1959, 25 foot, Chris-Craft Cavalier cabin cruiser.