I want to introduce you to Jerry Jorgenrud. Jerry is an artist and one of the mentors for this year’s mentorship program at The Rumriver Art Center. Earlier this summer I had the opportunity to watch him paint, which you can see as well on the video below. I was inspired by his use of color and how… Read More
Join MaryLeah Marshall as she shows you how to create a marvelous watercolor dragonfly. The materials you will need are 140lb cold press watercolor paper, watercolor round brush watercolor pans, tubes or liquid.
Rumriver Art Center has art on display at Allina’s Customer Experience Center in Coon Rapids, MN (880 Evergreen Blvd, Coon Rapids, MN 55433). The last gallery show featured the art of Anton Horishnyk. He had a variety of colorful acrylic paintings on display. Check out some images of his work. The current gallery show features… Read More
Every month, Connexus Energy donates $1,500 to a qualifying charity with the most submissions! You do not need to be a Connexus Energy member to nominate Rumriver Art Center. Use the following link to nominate Rumriver Art Center and please share this with your friends and family! Charity Name: Rumriver Art Center Link to Charity:… Read More
The Highwaymen and Albert Earnest Backus – A Floridian Artist who spent his life paying it forward. Larry, the Director at The Rumriver Art Center, told me about the Highwaymen, which he had discovered by watching the Antique Roadshow. I thought I would look into it and see what they were about. The Highwaymen were a loose… Read More
Watch how Deborah Ann Kirkeeide takes you through the process of a pencil drawing of a feather. Materials you will need is pencil, eraser and drawing paper.
MaryLeah Marshall takes you through step by step to create your own summer lakefront watercolor. Materials you will need; 140lb cold pressed watercolor paper, watercolor pans or tubes, watercolor round and flat brush.
The Rumriver Art center has a call out for our new 55+ Mentorship program. The purpose of the Artist Mentorship Program is to provide older adults who never had the opportunity to find their artistic voice during their youth a chance to explore and find it now. Many older adults had to put their art and creativity… Read More
“It is not how much we give but how much love we put into giving” Mother Teresa In mid-April I was inspired by a Webinar from Time Slips to create a Zoom class for the community at Rumriver Art Center. This class would inspire the students to create postcards for the folks at Lyngblomsten Senior… Read More