Painter, Pamela Grabber joins the Spring Art Tour for 2021

Painter, Pamela Grabber joins the Spring Art Tour for 2021

Painter, Pamela Grabber joins the Spring Art Tour for 2021

Please welcome Pamela Grabber to her first year on the Tour!

“Whether it’s vegetables and flowers grown in my garden, familiar domestic objects, or landscapes I visit, my personal connection to those things is what inspires me. I’m especially interested in capturing my place in time through the medium of paint as I explore the timeless images of garden, beach, forest, field, or sunset…”

Pamela Grabber at work

Grabber has been painting full-time since 2017. Here is The West Glories,  from her website, below. You’ll be able to see her work in person this June 4-6 at the Spring Art Tour!

Pamela Grabber, 'The West Glories', oil on panel

The West Glories, oil on panel, by Pamela Grabber

See Pamela Grabber’s work

during this year’s Spring Art Tour, June 4-6. Meanwhile, see a preview, get tour information and more at her Spring Art Tour Artist page!

Pamela Grabber, Oil on Panel, 'His Mercy is More'
Pamela Grabber Oil on Panel, 'Scott's Spot'
Pamela Grabber watercolor, Lilies Phlox

Welcome Christine Echtner to the 2021 Tour

Welcome Christine Echtner to the 2021 Tour

Welcome Christine Echtner to the 2021 Tour

Please welcome Christine Echtner to the Spring Art Tour!

We are very excited to have Echtner join the Tour this year. Her intricate, clever, often hilarious mixed media pieces are a joy to behold.

Recently, on social media she posted some new work; here,  James and Harmon Suit Up’ uses her custom mix of drawing, painting, and collage, utilizing acrylics and mixed media.

Christine Echtner, 'James And Harmon Suit Up', mixed
Christine Echtner 'Roderick Finishes His Reading' mixed media

And here is one of her recent “Smalls” titled ‘Roderick Finishes His Reading’

She writes: “My work is about storytelling. I use drawing, acrylic and mixed materials to develop my stories. I start out with a basic idea and, combining figures, line, texture, color and pattern, the story takes shape as I as I develop it on the canvas. With the title in place I encourage the viewer to participate, to expand on the idea and continue the story in a way that is meaningful to them.”

See Echtner’s fabulous visual stories in person

during this year’s Spring Art Tour, June 4-6. Meanwhile, see a preview, get tour information and more at her Spring Art Tour Artist page!

Christine Echtner's 'Breakfast at the Bowen Family Farm'
Christine Echtner's 'Norris Explores the Arts District'
Christine Echtner's 'Leaving the Inventory'