Klamath Falls, Oregon – This February, the Klamath County Museum’s Modoc Gallery is set to showcase an impressive collection of artwork created by a talented group of adult student artists. Under the guidance of instructor Susan Liskey, these artists have honed their skills in oil and acrylic painting, bringing their creative visions to life on canvas.
Celebrating Local Talent
The exhibit features the works of students who have been refining their painting techniques in weekly classes at the museum. Susan Liskey, the guiding force behind these artists, focuses her instruction on the art of color blending and edge softening, employing tools like the fan brush to achieve delicate transitions on canvas.
The artists taking part in this exhibition include June Bell, Luisa Freeman, Billie Hagerman, Penny Hansen, Mary Johnson, Cindy Kalisch, and Helen O’Hara. Each brings a unique perspective and style to the exhibition, promising a diverse range of artworks for visitors to enjoy.
To honor the artists and their efforts, the museum will host a reception from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10. This event is an opportunity for the community to meet the artists, learn about their processes, and celebrate their accomplishments.
Admission to the Modoc Gallery is free, allowing everyone to explore this exceptional display of local artistry during regular museum hours, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
For additional details about the exhibit or the reception, interested parties are encouraged to contact the Klamath County Museum directly at (541) 882-1000.