Artists

The Artists’ Workshop is a group of visual artists juried for membership to ensure the group’s artistic quality as well as diversity of style and media. Group members focus on painting and drawing with forays into collage, paper sculpture and mixed media.

Celeste Dumonceaux Delahey

Throughout my lifetime I have done many creative things.  I learned how to sew, quilt, cake decorate, and play piano and guitar.  I had always wanted to paint so … (more)

Jean Dudley

I grew up artistically at Kenderdine Campus and still miss it. I’ve been trying to find ways, forcing myself actually, to paint indoors during the winter but to no avail. … (more)

Kathryn Green

I love the richness, depth, and variety produced by combining different media and materials. To me, mixed media is like listening to a musical ensemble … (more)

Pat Katz

I’ve always been drawn to color and design. Artistic expression took many forms over the years. Whether it’s bolts of fabric, skeins of yarn, acres of tulips, … (more)

Monika Kinner

Born on the Prairie and raised by a landscape artist, I grew up with a deep appreciation for skies, fields, and ditches full of blooms. I was taught how to appreciate … (more)

Val Miles

What excites me most when I am painting is colour and how colours create a mood or a feeling. I love working with black gesso and will start a painting by drawing … (more)

Paige Mortensen

Life’s journey takes us in unexpected directions. Early on, my focus was on math & science with things to discover & clear answers to questions. Crafts were plentiful … (more)

Sharron Schoenfeld

I do not restrict myself to any one subject, colour palette or painting technique. Abstract, realist, mixed media, urban settings, northern lake scenery, … (more)

Leslie Stadnichuk

I have been creating since I could lay my hands on things to create with. Play-Doh, Light Bright and Spirograph gave way to needlepoint, cross stitch and petit point, … (more)


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