QCTV featured Rumriver Art Center Director Larry Weinberg’s art making process in their recent The Post program. You can check out the segment.
The Rumriver Art Center just completed its second year of it’s Emerging Older Adult artists program. The program is a 12 month program where a older adult emerging artists gets to work with a mentor. The emerging artists are chosen from applications from older adults in the North Metro and then paired with artist mentor.
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.
Deb Kirkeeide takes you step by step to draw a fun holiday ornament. Materials needed; paper, pencil and eraser.
QCTV visited with three artists from the Rumriver Art Center in a virtual artists studio crawl. Get a chance see Delayne Hostetler, Jerry Jorgenrud and Larry Weinberg in their studios.
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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Deb takes you step by step in creating your tree drawing. The materials you will need are; #2 pencil, eraser, drawing paper, q-tip
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.
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.