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It's hard to define Katie Runde as anything other than a Renaissance woman. The 34-year-old describes herself as a realist painter, saxophonist and spiritual thinker who sometimes preaches at her local church.
This fall will be a magical time at ArtisTree featuring new instructors and classes for all ages.
A great time was had by all on the lawn of the Mansion on Friday night.
ArtisTree is delighted to partner once again in support of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefellar National Historical Park Artist-in-Residence program.
Our Summer Brochure is available in print (available at area schools, our lobby, Teago General Store, or mail), online, or you can download and browse the entire brochure here: Download the 2019 Summer…
Painting outdoors in the open air can be a frustrating and discouraging experience for a beginner. Even the most advanced plein air painters have experienced some overwhelming feelings when they first began painting outdoors. However you will discover that the struggles and initial failures are totally worth it.
If you don't know about the Uzu app... let me show you!
If you are fortunate enough to find yourself in the studio with Charlet, pull up a stool and enjoy.
Enjoy this craft. You can make it as simple or as complicated as you like. It is diverse for all ages and abilities. Get lost in the process and feel the joy when you display the product for yourself or give it to a lucky person in your life.
If ever a group of people embodied the saying “it’s the journey, not the destination”, it would be the members of ArtisTree’s Daily Artists community.