Meet our Staff 

Bruce Andrews
Executive Director

Bruce attended UAB until his junior year, leaving to marry and begin working to support he and his new bride. Bruce has been drawing, sketching, and painting since he was old enough to hold a pencil. His work has been featured in Southern Living, Southern Living Seasonal Coffee Table Book, and the Birmingham Magazine. Not only does he have a passion for art, but music as well. He is a professional musician concentrating mainly on the Blues and American Music derived from blues and gospel. His award winning band performs in and around Shelby County, Alabama.

bruce@shelbycountyartscouncil.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Sandra Annonio

Sandra Annonio has lived in Shelby County since 2001.  She and her husband Bill relocated to Alabama from South Florida after purchasing a staffing agency in downtown Birmingham. As a graduate of Georgia Southern University with a degree in Marketing, Sandra joined the team part-time working in marketing/adminstrative office assistance to build awareness of the SCAC.  She has recently taken on the Bookkeeper position.  In addition, she has taken many.many hours of pottery classes and sells her items through local art show.  She is a partner in County Road Raku Pottery which specializes in Horse Hair Raku pottery. She has two daughters, Jessica and Amanda.  Sandra serves on the Board of the Alabama Symphony Volunteers Council.

sandra@shelbycountyartscouncil.com

 

  

 

 Lindsay Dyess 

Lindsay Dyess is a graduate of Montevallo University with a Bachelors of Fine Art.  She began volunteering with the SCAC three years ago and in June of 2016 joined the staff.  As the part -time Office Administrator, Lindsay is responsible for class scheduling, class registrations, marketing promotions and working our evens.  In her leisure time (which is not much...she works two jobs) she enjoys creating artwork which she sales at local art show and online in her Etsy Store (LindsayDyessArt).  

 

lindsay@shelbycountyartscouncil.com