New exhibit at the Heights! Wendy Koehrsen is exhibiting her beautiful pastel works, 12 pieces in all. The show hangs until June 14th, 2022. Go by and see this awesome exhibit!
For more information about Wendy and to see more of her work, visit her site at:
My name is Steve Sanderson. Since retiring in 2018 I have been pursuing my current passion of artistic expression. In general, I paint what I paint because I find the subject matter and creative process intriguing. My purpose is to share overlooked beauty or capture an unusual perspective or some story behind the presented image. My goal is to create works that engage the viewer beyond casual observation. I work primarily in Acrylic but have begun to dabble in Watercolor and Colored Pencil for a little creative diversion.
I have also had the opportunity to paint several pictures on commission during this time and have enjoyed the challenge to explore styles and subject matter that differs from what I would probably choose left to my own devices. If you have something you’d like to see created for you personally and you think I have the skillset to bring that idea to life I would enjoy the opportunity to have a conversation with you about your dream.
My work can be seen on Instagram at @seasand13. All of the works shown there are pieces I’ve created and most of those are available for purchase at a reasonable price. My email address is email@example.com and my cell is 469-223-6210. If you want to know about me, take the time to look at my work. There’s a reflection of my soul in every expression I undertake.
DAN MYER EXHIBITION
There are 14 paintings by Dan Myers on display at the Heights Recreation Center in Richardson. This includes 7 Acrylic, 1 Alcohol Ink, and 6 Oils paintings on Canvas. This exhibit will be on display until February 15, 2022. Stop by and see the art!
COWBOYS AND INDIANS – MICKEY ARCHER
This exhibit features works from signature watercolor artist Michael Archer. Michael is a two-time past president of the Richardson Civic Art Society and past president of Southwestern Watercolor Society.
His subjects come from rodeos, stock show parades, the stockyards in Fort Worth and Indian pow wows in the area. His hope is to capture a piece of the Old West before it is all gone.
Mickey Archer has 12 pieces in this exhibit: 10 pieces are watercolor, and two are Giclee prints.
The exhibit will be on display from October 19th to December 14th, 2021.
Previous Heights Show: Denise Weeren
About Denise, who works in Acrylic and Oils:
Like every artist I’ve known, Denise Weeren has been dabbling in art since childhood. However, when it came time to choose a career, she and her family determined that Nursing School was the more stable and profitable field of study. So after graduation, she took occasional art classes and was strongly encouraged to continue studing art by her instructors.
It was not until her children were all off with careers of their own that Denise decided to become serious about art again. Taking that extended break from art gave her time to decide where she wanted to go with her talents. She enjoys portraying nature – landscapes and the animals who reside in those habitats.
Denise has been a member of the Richardson Civic Art Society since 2016 and served as a board member from 2017 – 2021.
Future Shows are as follows:
Dan Myers mid-October to mid-December
Donna Chambers mid-Dec to mid February
More shows will be announced later.
The Heights Recreation Center
711 W. Arapaho Rd., Richardson, Texas 75080
Monday – Friday: 6 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.