Deb takes you step by step in creating your tree drawing. The materials you will need are; #2 pencil, eraser, drawing paper, q-tip
MaryLeah Marshall takes you step by step to create your own wildflower watercolor. For the best results use 140lb cold pressed watercolor paper. You can use watercolor pans, tubes or liquid. A round size #10 watercolor brush is preferred.
American artist Charly Harper (1922 – 2007) had a way of turning everything into geometric or free form shapes. For this project we are inspired by his birds.
We all need to to take short breaks from our stressful lives. There is no better way than to use our creativity. Artful Moments are short creative projects that are a fun way to release some creative energy.
MaryLeah Marshall takes you step by step on creating a watercolor sunflower. For best results we suggest 140lb cold press watercolor paper for this project.
I would like to introduce you to artist and mentor Pat Undis. Pat is one of our mentors for this year’s mentorship program and we are happy to have her onboard. I sat down with Pat to learn more about her creative journey. I asked her when did she know she wanted to be an… Read More
Join Larry Weinberg as he experiments with color on this Van Gogh Sunflower project. Vincent Van Gogh did over 10 painting of the still life of sunflowers in a vase. Vincent was using the sunflower to experiment with color. He would choose two primary colors for each of the various paintings. We are inspired by… Read More
Draw this wonderful hummingbird with Deborah Ann Kirkeeide. She will take you through the process step by step.
On Saturday August 8th six murals were installed on the 4th Ave side of the Rumriver Art Center. The six murals were created by artists Mike and Jes Johnson, Anton Horishnyk, Steve Savior, Geno Okok, Chris Bowman, Angie Renee, Jerry, Hailey, CeCe, Kali Jo, Franny, and Lynnea. These amazing murals are 4ft x 10ft and… Read More
The Rumriver Art Center won the $1,500 Connexus Energy Grant! Thank you to all of you who voted for us. This money has a huge impact and makes a big difference for us as a small non-profit. We appreciate all your support. Thank you!