|Posted by Rosie Huart on June 16, 2014 at 6:00 PM||comments (0)|
I was commissioned to do three pieces for Town & Country Shopping Center. Those of you familiar with the center, the art pieces are located in the atrium close to Figilio's Restaurant. Stop by for dinner at Figilio's and take a stroll down the atrium and a further stroll to Town & Country Fine Art Center.
|Posted by Rosie Huart on February 3, 2010 at 7:50 AM||comments (0)|
There was a feeling of excitement in the air as students from Rosie Huart's Lifelong Learning
class joined her at Synesthesia Gallery's opening reception recently. It was a cold
evening outside, but with candles, music, art and wine the ambience inside was set and
the mood of warmth permeated throughout the gallery.
|Posted by Rosie Huart on December 17, 2009 at 9:08 PM||comments (1)|
It was a festive evening as members of the Western Ohio Watercolor Society were acknowledged during an awards ceremony. Here Rosie is accepting her 2nd place ribbon and check for her piece titled "A New Thought II" as seen below.
"A New Thought II" Mixed Media on Watercolor Paper 32" x 40"
|Posted by Rosie Huart on September 26, 2009 at 3:30 PM||comments (24)|
Friday evening was the opening of Rosie Huart's exhibition titled "Paper, Prayers and Poetry"
at Bears Mill in Greenville, Ohio. One of the memorable pieces displayed is a poem Rosie wrote for Eileen Lee on Japanese handmade paper and marbled sumi-e ink.. Rosie renamed 40 pieces of art with the name of Eileen to honor her friend. The artist plans to donate the poem piece titled "In Eileen's Time" to the Hospice facility after the exhibition. The exhibition runs until Saturday, October 24, 2009. In the poetry corner of Bears Mill is a display of poetry written by the artist. Rosie invites the viewer to the tactile experience and the soulful reading of poetry. (6 hours after the opening Eileen changed her earthly address).
Connecting Art & Spirit (book of Rosie's art and inspirational words)
Eileen's Messenger (Japanese kozo handmade paper, sumi-e and walnut ink)
Eileen's Majestic Words, Eileen's Majestic Sayings, Eileen's Majestic Whispers, Eileen's Majestic Thoughts (Japanese handmade paper, wax and sumi-e ink)
In Eileen's Words, Eileen's Majestic Sayings (mixed media) and Japanese handmade paper scroll with poetry
The Meeting Room with Eileen, Eileen's Courage, Eileen's Calm, Eileen's Journey, Eileen's Spirit (mixed media)
The Prayer of Eileen (3'x5' Canvas with Japanese kozo handmade paper)
In Eileen's Time (poem on Japanese kozo handmade paper and marbled sumi-e ink)
Eileen's Inner Dialogue Series (mixed media)
An Unfinished Life (mixed media and Japanese kozo handmade paper), Eileen's Serenity, Eileen's Essence (mixed media)
Eileen's Connection to Source and Eileen's Soulful Journey I, II, III (mixed media)
Eileen's Ascension (right) and Japanese kozo handmade paper scroll with poetry
Eileen's Earthly Garb (Japanese kozo handmade paper walnut dyed skirt, vest and belt)
Dedication Book (Japanese kozo handmade paper and cast paper, walnut ink and gold gesso)
|Posted by Rosie Huart on August 22, 2009 at 9:16 AM||comments (1)|
Town & Country Fine Art Center in Kettering, Ohio, celebrated its 6th Annual Beach Party with the theme "It's 5 o'clock Somewhere" Friday evening with art, Jimmy Buffet music, food and margaritas. The splash began at 5 o'clock with artists, supporting patrons, family and friends saying good-bye to the lazy days of summer. Demonstrations by artists were an exciting part of the evening's get together. A "Carribean Blue" exhibition displayed member's art in abstract and realistic representations. The show can be seen until August 31st. Food was generously donated from fine restaurants as Flemings, Figilo's and Buffalo Wild Wings. The economy is not affecting this art world as sales were jumping and many happy faces were enjoying the festivities.
The place to have been....
LtoR: Gallery Artists: Karen Benedetti, Trish McKinney, Helen Friedman and Rosie Huart
Carribean Blue Exhibition
Rosie Huart's art in background of the margarita table
|Posted by Rosie Huart on August 10, 2009 at 9:00 PM||comments (0)|
Art on the Commons, one of Ohio's finest art festivals, was the scene in Kettering, Ohio, featuring artists from across the country exhibiting and selling their art. The 90 degree plus temperature, heat and scorching humidity did not prevent art enthusiasts, friends, family and patrons from venturing out and enjoying the day's events with live music, food and art. Several purchases were made of fine art paintings consisting of wild life, abstract and mixed media from artists displaying their creativity, with pottery and jewelry being number one sellers. It was a wonderful day not only celebrating color, texture and shapes every where you could see, but connecting with family, friends andvenew acquaintances
New Tuscan colors by Rosie Huart
Enchanted in Tuscany (mixed media on paper) by Rosie Huart
Part of Rosie Huart's booth display
One of the exhibitors, Trish McKinney from New Carlisle, Ohio, whose paintings are in the foreground. Trish could be seen under a shade tree fanning herself.
|Posted by Rosie Huart on July 4, 2009 at 8:45 AM||comments (1)|
The art piece titled Surrender has been accepted into the Ohio Watercolor Society 32nd annual juried exhibition to be held at Troy-Hayner Cultural Center in Troy, Ohio. Awards and opening exhibition is August 29, 2009.
Mixed media art piece titled Surrender, 40" x 32," on paper
|Posted by Rosie Huart on June 28, 2009 at 5:41 PM||comments (0)|
For the past week, I have been enjoying the company of other calligraphers during the 2009 International Calligraphy Conference.
An excerpt from the St. John's Bible, which is being handwritten by Donald Jackson
|Posted by Rosie Huart on March 25, 2009 at 2:20 PM||comments (2)|
Rosie Huart and Miss Grace McKinney hugging at the WOWS award ceremony held at Town & Country Fine Art Center. Rosie received an Honorable Mention and the ribbon dangles from Miss McKinney's ear!
Miss Grace McKinney and Rosie Huart
Helen Friedman in foreground
Larry Hawkins and Sharon Stolzenberger prepare to announce awards. Katherine Cruse's art piece of horses in background.