Mrs. Mitchell holds a B.A. Degree with Distinction in Art History with a History minor from the University of Delaware, graduate studies in Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, England and an Apprenticeship in museum studies at Kensington Palace, London, England. From a very early age, she was taking art classes at the Wyomissing Institute of Art, Reading YMCA and Spring Township Summer Parks and Rec Art programs where she worked on award winning floats and posters and earned many awards for her own work. Determined to make it as a professional working in the arts, Mrs. Mitchell diversified her degree and postgraduate studies which has allowed her to work as a museum director, curator and teach art and fashion courses for the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Ray College of Design and the Illinois Institute of Art. Currently, Mrs. Mitchell teaches art full-time, working three days a week for Our Lady of Good Counsel School and two days a week for St. Mark School in Bristol. She has taught in Catholic School for over fifteen years. She is also a drawing instructor for Young Rembrandt’s, where she has earned the Engaging Presentation and the Classroom Excellence awards. In the summer, Mrs. Mitchell teaches a variety of art camps for Artists of Yardley at Patterson Farm.