Rumriver Art Center has a Vitality Arts Program for Older Adults Ages 55+. We offer 8 week courses in a variety of mediums throughout the year. At the end of each 8 week session, we have a culminating event to celebrate the talents and artwork of our Vitality Arts program participants. Since the pandemic, we… Read More
Join Larry Weinberg for a fun class where you will learn to draw a colorful parrot. Material Needed: Drawing Paper, pencil, eraser, and material to add color (watercolor paint, colored pencils, markers, etc.)
As our Mentorship program year is rapping up, I sat down with mentee Anita Cholewa to see how the year went for her and to get to know her a bit better. Anita grew up in Chicago. She started drawing as a child and her father noticed her talent and signed her up for drawing… Read More
MaryLeah Marshall takes you through the process of painting beautiful Tulips using watercolors. Materials Needed: watercolor paper, paintbrush, watercolor paint, pencil, and eraser.
Larry Weinberg takes you step-by-step to create a fun rabbit drawing project. Materials Needed: drawing paper, pencil, eraser, and blending stump.
MaryLeah Marshall takes you through the process of drawing Blarney Castle located in Ireland. Materials Needed: drawing paper/sketchbook, pencil, eraser and blending tool.
Enjoy the artwork from the Vitality Arts winter session of Painting, Drawing and Pottery. The artwork was created during the 8 week session during the winter.
MaryLeah Marshall takes you step-by-step to paint a winter landscape using watercolors. Materials Needed: watercolor paper, watercolor paint, paintbrush, pencil and eraser.
The other day I had a chance to sit down with one of our new studio artists at The Rumriver Art Center, Wou Browne. Wou is a young man in his twenties with a lot of wisdom and is working out his questions of the world we live in with paint and canvas. Wou started… Read More
Larry Weinberg takes you through the process of drawing a cat inspired by Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo. Materials Needed: drawing paper, pencil, eraser, and materials to add color.