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Exhibit showcases painting workshop works

Susan Guzzo, “Aqueous”; Jeanne Tepper, “Leaves Among Water”; Shannon Casey Welch, “Tahoe Rocks"
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A reception for a student show of LeeAnn Brook’s 2014 Painting Workshops will be Friday at Nevada City Winery during Nevada City’s First Friday Artwalk. The reception runs from 5 to 7 p.m.

With paintings that explore the various techniques taught in Brook’s workshops, this show features student work that covers a range of styles from representational, to abstract and mixed media, including work from many students who have followed Brook’s workshops for consecutive years.

“It’s always a thrill to see how students grow and progress in the workshops. This is a hard working group, and I am very proud of the level of work in this show,” said Brook. “After students build a strong foundation in their skills as a painter, the sky is the limit. This show is a great example of their dedication as well as the versatility of acrylics.”



With two studios located in Nevada City, Brook has painted in acrylics for over 40 years and has taught in her workshops for the past 0 years. Her experience as a professional painter brings a unique opportunity for students to learn firsthand. Her demonstrations and one-on-one coaching focus on learning the basics of working in acrylics while covering materials, color, design and technique.

More information on LeeAnn Brook’s 2015 Painting Workshops will be available at the reception or at http://www.leeannbrookfineart.com/workshops.




The show at Nevada City Winery will run for the month of September, and is located at 321 Spring St. in Nevada City.


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