Author: Larry Weinberg

  • Show us Your Face!

    You’re invited to submit your artwork for The Jan Johansen Gallery at Rumriver Art Center for our winter Call for Entry: The Art of the FaceThe Rumriver Art Center invites regional artists of all ages to enter two- and three-dimensional work in any medium (acrylic, watercolor, drawing, mixed-media, photography, pottery, mosaic, fiber, sculpture, etc.) that… Read More

  • Underwater World of Larry Weinberg

    QCTV featured Rumriver Art Center Director Larry Weinberg’s art making process in their recent The Post program. You can check out the segment.

  • Emerging Artists Mentorship Program

    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.

  • Vitality Arts Virtual Gallery Show Winter 2021

    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.

  • Holiday Ornament Drawing Project With Deb

    Deb Kirkeeide takes you step by step to draw a fun holiday ornament. Materials needed; paper, pencil and eraser.

  • QCTV Relief Sessions: Rumriver Art Center 2020 Virtual Art Crawl

    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.

  • Sea Turtle Watercolor Project with MaryLeah

    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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  • Drawing a Tree Project by Deborah Ann Kirkeeide

    Deb takes you step by step in creating your tree drawing. The materials you will need are; #2 pencil, eraser, drawing paper, q-tip

  • Charly Harper Birds Project

    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.