Tag: watercolor

  • Exploring Nature’s Canvas: MaryLeah Marshall’s Season Inspired Art

    Journey through the seasons with MaryLeah Marshall’s captivating paintings as your guide. In this blog, we delve into her paintings that capture the rhythms of nature. We hope you’ll join us for these upcoming events featuring: MaryLeah Marshall, Themes from Nature: A Collection. Located in the 21 Step Gallery at Rumriver Art Center. Show Opening: Saturday, May 18,… Read More

  • Experience ‘Bits and Places’: A Fusion of Art and Inspiration with Lynelle Kocher

    Lynelle’s bold use of color and texture brings her unique vision to life in each captivating piece. Explore her exploration of different mediums, including colored pencils, watercolor, acrylic, and acrylic paint chips. Each creation radiates an experience or destination. We hope you’ll join us for these upcoming events featuring: Lynelle Kocher, Bits and Places. Located… Read More

  • Introducing the People’s Choice Award Winners. Discover the ‘Homes’ that Inspired Their Artwork.

    ‘Home is Where Your Heart Is’ gallery show hosted captivating artwork that evokes the essence of home and the emotions it holds for each of us. Our gallery audience voted for the artwork and representation of ‘Home’ that most resonated with them. Here are the people’s choice award winners, and their inspiring stories of what… Read More

  • Cherry Tree Blossom Watercolor Project with MaryLeah Marshall

    Watercolor artist MaryLeah Marshall takes you through layer by layer to create cherry tree blossom. You will need 140lb cold pressed watercolor paper, watercolor paint and around round watercolor

  • Georgia Okeefe “Red Poppy No. VI” Project

    Georgia O’Keefe is one a favorite artist of mine, I show students how she painted flowers first how she felt about them and then how she saw them.  (1887 – 1986) was an American artist. Born near Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Georgia O’Keeffe was a major figure in American art from the 1920s. She received widespread… Read More