September Art Exhibit: "Mixing It Up"
September 1 - September 30 2015
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily, Magnolia Room
In this eclectic exhibit, artists Linda Shearer, Joyce Weaver, and Sheliah Halderman will show their artwork.
Linda Shearer studied Chinese Brush Painting for over 25 years. She paints with both the spontaneous, or Hsieh-I style, and fine line or traditional style on rice paper. She teaches painting in Hot Springs Village and has demonstrated for a variety of clubs and organizations. Her work is permanently on display at The Artists’ Workshop Gallery in Hot Springs. Linda’s paintings include tranquil and majestic landscapes, and dynamic, lively florals that capture the essence of nature. Linda will be demonstrating Chinese Brush Paintings and presenting a brief overview of Chinese Brush Painting styles on Monday, September 21 from 10:30 a.m. until noon.
Joyce Weaver: People, animals and still life are her favorite subject matter in a variety of media, pastel is her preference. She is also a calligrapher. Being an active member of Brush Strokes fine art club in Hot Springs Village and the Artists’ Workshop Gallery in Hot Springs has given her opportunities to exhibit her work in various venues.
Sheliah Halderman is noted for her pastel landscapes and florals. Sheliah finds her inspiration from the beautiful scenery around her here in Arkansas and from her travels thru out the US, one could describe her paintings as colorful and compelling. Her paintings have won many awards both Nationally and locally. She is currently a member of Brush Strokes, Hot Springs Village Arts Council, Arkansas Artists Registry, Artists’ Workshop Gallery, and recently was awarded the honor of being a Signature Member of the Arkansas Pastel Society.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.