Join MaryLeah Marshall as she takes you step by step to create a sea turtle with watercolor. Materials needed; Watercolor paint (tube, pans, liquid or pencils), watercolor brush (#10 round is good size) 140lb cold pressed watercolor paper, water container and paper towel
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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 current gallery show features the art of Angie Renee and Jerry Jorgenrud. They have a variety of paintings on display. Check out some of their work below!
Creativity matters. Representation matters. Art matters. Check out Rumriver Artists Larry Weinberg, MaryLeah Marshall and Deborah Ann Kirkeeide on view virtually in the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s new online show “Foot in the Door 5: The Virtual Exhibition.”“Foot in the Door 5” celebrates the talent, diversity, and enthusiasm of our state’s visual artists. The exhibition… Read More
Safety is our first priority in extreme weather. The safety of all students is the first priority when determining if Rumriver Art Center should stay open in extreme weather. If we cancel a class, we will give participants either a refund or credit to use on any other class. As soon as the decision has… Read More
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.
I sat down and chatted with Cheryl Barr. She is one of our watercolor mentors for this year’s mentorship program. Cheryl came from a very creative family. They were very musical and as a child Cheryl was required to take piano lessons, which she said she “detested”. She was always drawing and asked if her… Read More