Monday, April 25, 2011

Pictures from the Student Exhibit

Melissa Bruhn Adult Intermediate painting class
Acrylic on Canvas
Study on Georgia O'Keeffe
Oriental Poppies 1927


Skylar Thompson 6 years old
Painting and Drawing
A Study of Georgia O'Keeffe
Calla Lily Turned away 1923


Hailey Russell standing in-front of our show piece painting (Georges Seurat's Sunday on La Grande Jatte and Bater at Asnieres 1884) above the mantel, next to Joanie Drizin Noblesville's Steel Sculpture artist other wise known as Girly Steel.


Lisa Patton Adult
Beginning Draw/Paint
Acrylic on Canvas
A Study of Georgia O'Keeffe
Jimson Weed 1936


A view of our full arthouse.


Mr. Marley and Miles Reutebuch two of Arthouse's very talented students looking very dapper.


Miss Molly Kate (Assistant and Student Artist) with Mom Brandy (Also Student Artist)


Grace Roberts 10 years
Private lessons
Acrylic on Canvas
Study of Monet's
Water Lilies


Kandi Jamieson (Art teacher) with Molly Kate (Student and Assistant)


Molly Kate Rector 14 years
Intermediate painting
Acrylic on Canvas
A Study of Chuck Close
A Slice of "Maggie" 1996



Armitha Gade 4 years old
Private draw/paint
Study of Monet's
Water Lilies


Karunya gade 11 years old
Private draw/paint
Study of Georgia O'Keefe's
Blue Flower 1918


Karunya Gade 11 years old
Private draw/paint
Acrylic on canvas
Study of Van Gogh's
Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers


Hannah Odenthal 15 years
Intermediate painting
Acrylic on Canvas
Study of Van Gogh's
A Wheat Field with Cypresses


Angela Bladeras Adult
Beginning Draw/Paint
Acrylic on Canvas
Study of Van Gogh
The Church at Auvers 1890


Angela with her very beautiful and proud family.


Angela came to the Arthouse with a gift certificate that her family had purchased for her. She had been dabbling in painting independently for only a few months. Reusing old canvas from the goodwill for practice, painting fruit and other objects. Angela was so excited to have instruction... she had so much fun with this painting, taking it home to work on each week and she is now continuing onto our intermediate painting class. It just shows you how far a little passion and ambition can take you.

1 comment:

Heather said...

Wow! All your students are very impressive, but wow your 4 year old and 6 year old......amazing!