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Loretta Domaszewski: Rock formations, Patterns and Textures – An Abstract Approach
September 24 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Explore natural rock formations, unique patterns and colors inspired by the Southwestern landscape through painting on prepared textured relief surfaces. Learn about color mixing and expressive painting techniques using fluid acrylic paint, brushes, and non-traditional painting tools. Enjoy painting with movement, rhythm, and color harmony. Each participant will follow along with a demonstration, assimilating the layered rock textures, colors, and atmospheric skies of the Escalante Canyons landscape, introducing their own creative twist. A program packed with information in a fun, relaxed environment.
Loretta Domaszewski paints to create visual poetry with a deep connection to the earth as a living body. Spirit of Place is the inspiration for exploring the concept of the journey, the pathway, the personal quest. She speaks a universal language.
Loretta has a BFA from Tufts University, the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, and a K-12 Art Teaching Certificate from Brandeis University. She is an award winning contemporary artist from Montana exhibiting nationally in galleries and museums, teaching all ages and levels for over 40 years. Loretta has been awarded the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument’s 20th Year Anniversary Artist in Residence, Escalante Paint the River Horse Pack Trip, Escalante Arts Festival Best in Show First Place Watercolor, Mixed Media, and 2nd Place in the Plein Air Paint Out. She is a member of the American Impressionist Society, Plein Air Painters of New Mexico, and Laguna Plein Air Painters Association.
Her passion is to be active, explore nature, create art, and encourage self-discovery through artistic expression.
Visit Loretta’s website to see more of her work here.