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Heartwood Had a Party!

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Summertime at Heartwood the Best time!

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Welcome Summer!

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Yvonne Daily

Yvonne Daily

Majorie Shore

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Meet our Painters April 30th!

 On April 30th Heartwood Gallery will host Meet the Painters. Our seven local painters will be featured. The works will include impastos, oils, acrylics, watercolors and mixed media. Subject matter will range from beautiful florals, landscapes, portraits, fantasy,etching,  and much more. We hope you will join the following artists: Richard Staubfacher, Yvonne Daily, Carol Hart, Judy Chatterton, Kathleen Siegfried, Jan Ironside, and Suzie Spurlock Sanford and learn more about their approach to painting. Wine and cheese reception April 30th 5:00 to 7:00.

Yvonne Daily

Yvonne Daily

Judy Chatterton

Judy Chatterton

Richard Staubfacher

Richard Staubfacher

Carol Hart

Carol Hart

Suzie Spurlock

Suzie Spurlock

Kathleen Siegfried

Kathleen Siegfried

Heartwood Artists Celebrate Winter

 

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Kathleen Siegfried

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Richard Stauffacher

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Welcome New Artist Kathleen Siegfried

 

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I like to think of myself as an intuitive painter. So, I often begin with color rather than subject matter and let the colors show me where the painting will go, whether on paper, canvas, or claybord. My most successful paintings come from a combination of memory, imagination, and suggestion. A painting of sunflowers might begin with a wilted sunflower pulled from a dying arrangement. As I look at it on my desk I might imagine a single flower or a field full of them swaying in a gentle summer breeze.

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