17 PAINTINGS AT THE TUALATIN LIBRARY
READ NEWSPAPER ARTICLE ABOUT RENE HERE
July – September
Paintings both historical and contemporary are on display at the Library’s Living Room Gallery. Most can be purchased through the City of Tualatin.
A heartfelt thank you to Angela Wrahtz for all her work in putting this all together and for writing a story about my work for the Tualatin Life newspaper. Read the article HERE. To learn more about the Living Room Gallery program at the Tualatin Library, you can reach Angie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also thanks to Mason Hall who lent both expertise and elbow grease to hanging the show.
Each painting has a caption. Here’s an example:
Every spring the “Wake Robins” pop out in the woods near my house and just make me happy. I love to sketch them. Trilliums have infinite potential for creating varied shapes in a design. Sketched in water soluble graphite, I’ve allowed the paint to puddle and dry, creating “gems”.