Rhonda and I went to see Deb Ward's entry Industrial Revolution. Her painting was in the vestibule on the right when you walked into the door.
As you can see this is a spectacular painting of an old piece of farm equipment. This snapshot does not begin to show the vibrant colors and detail that Deb has in this painting.
Front and center as you entered the building was Natasha Kinnari's oil painting called Appalachian View.
I always enjoy seeing Natasha's new paintings.
Art Shows. I even remember she took home a ribbon. The next time I saw her was at a holiday craft show at a local high school. Her work was heads above the different crafts around her. Last May she won first place at the Womens Art Club's Annual Show. I feel Natsha is an area artist to watch.
I apologize for the light glare on this and the next watercolor.
Daffodils by Wynne Lynch Bittlinger is a stunning watercolor.
The strips lead you around the painting and makes the flowers sing. The material rolls around the vase and in the shine of the vase.
Irene Paian's Hyde Park Square is an acrylic painting that really captures this local park.
This acrylic painting called Sonata in Blue by Joanne Honschopp shows off a lovely view of the Ohio river.
The following Signature Members also had works on display.
Alice Allison, Judy Barton, Julie Beers, Mary Lewis Bertke,Tom Bluemlein, Jan Boone, Tim Boone, Linda Crank, John Dalzell, Mark Downey, Nariko Fields, P.D. Grosser, George Hageman, Sara Hamel, Steve Hart, Ray Hassard, Ursula Jones, Dave Klocke, Barbara Kuntz, Cynthia Matyi, Joan Miley, Velma J. Morris, Mildred Null, Jan Polk, Tom Powers, Barbara Pryor, Partick Romelli, Amy Roy, Margaret Schrimpf, Clark A. Stevens, Barbara W. Trauth, Kay K. Worz. .
After Rhonda and I took in the exhibit I gave her my paintings that I was entering in the Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society's members show at Evergreen Senior Life Community. This Show opens on September 25th noon -4pm until October 31st.
|images by D.Ward, J. Vance, R Junker, J. Ammerman, S. Grogan & R. Carpenter|
I appreciate Rhonda delivering my paintings since I am unable to do so on my own. Darn day job always gets in the way, :-)
Have a great week,