Sharon Zeugin works as a free-lance artist and teacher. She holds a BA in history from the University of Southern California, and an MSSW from the University of Texas at Austin. Sharon is the coordinator for Ghost Ranch’s Literally Letters calligraphy series. She studied calligraphy and bookbinding at the Roehampton Institute, London. Her work appears in various publications including issues of “Letter Arts Review” and the book “The Art and Craft of Handlettering” by Annie Cicale. Sharon teaches classes all over the USA and Canada, and has recently assumed the postion of program coordinator for Literally Letters, sponsored by Ghost Ranch. In addition to calligraphy, her passions are drawing and painting, dance, cycling, nature, psychology, music and literature. Sharon’s goal as a teacher is to create a safe classroom environment where students can freely develop their skills and personal artistic voice.