Art Exhibit at Robin’s Nest

Burlington, ON (Sunday, October 1, 2017) Art lovers and friends are welcome to stop by Robin’s Nest, Edward’s Hoyer’s personal art gallery and studio, located on lovely Hidden Valley Road, and the banks of Grindstone Creek, surrounded by nature and woods. For Canada’s anniversary I have produced a assortment of butterflies and sunflowers. Each sunflower represents a province or territory. I’ve also…

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Art of Northeast coming into Silvermine Arts Center

The museum concentrates on 20th and 21st century American art, along with its own permanent collection includes more than 21,000 paintings, photographs, drawings, prints, sculptures, films, videos and artifacts of fresh media by more than 3,000 artists. Keep an extensive permanent collection containing many pieces that are critical in the first half of the previous century, in addition to the museum attempts to exhibit the work of artists. In addition to his curation, Kiehl contributed to Art on Paper, Art News, and various museum, gallery and university publications and has served as faculty to Yale University, School of Art, Critical Exercise. “Together with his expert and accomplished eye, Mr. Kiehl is bound to conceive an eclectic and dynamic series, but it is the varied talents of the region’s artists who bring power and excitement to the display,” Mueller explained.

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Ruth Scott Improvements the arts as an artist and Director

“Soul of a Dancer” reflects the fine portrait function of Ruth Scott. (Courtesy of Ruth Scott)

She’s worked 18 years for Loveland High Plains Arts Council, although Ruth Scott isn’t only an superb painter and established in Loveland. Her job is that the coordination of 400 volunteers to get Sculpture in the Park along with other events throughout this year.

Beginning in 2000 using Scott’s arrival in Loveland, the council has always grossed more than $1 million in sales.

Adding to her resume for art in Loveland, Scott is the director for the Governor’s Art Show and Revenue, and the next year she will assume the management of this yearly event.

Scott has examined under a variety of other artists including Rene Hart. She has also attended the Schissler Academy of Fine Art and the Loveland Academy of Fine Art.

Her work has been shown by Ruth Scott in the Hart Galley & Studio for more than ten years. Scott has taken courses. Scott is also a veteran of 18 years. (KENNETH JESSEN / To the Loveland Reporter-Herald)

Scott is a part of American Women Artists, the American Impressionistic Society and the Artist’s Guild. Her work is found in both corporate and private collections.

In 2013 and 2017, Scott’s work has been contained for the Loveland Public Library in the Loveland Museum/Gallery TAPP 2-D Project.

The objective of all Scott’s paintings is to catch emotion from a depiction of relationships and experiences in life.

She states, “All of my paintings tell a story…I really like that! The human form is primarily the subject of my mood and work has become the most significant part”

Scott coordinates volunteers for Sculpture in the Park and operates together with Governor’s Art Show

Impressionistic in its own flavor and branded “Flowers in Clay Pot,” this particular painting’s composition and texture includes just a sign of this backdrop. All of Scott’s art is original and is sold via the Hart Gallery & Studio. (Courtesy of Ruth Scott)

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