JULEE GROSS began coming to AOS Painting Studio meetings last year bringing her pleasant personality and curiosity for making art. Since then she has been experimenting with different media to develop her drawing and painting style. We have learned that Julee paints narratively; each creation telling a personal story. Julee works as a receptionist at Christie Lane School and enjoys attending sports events.

Mom's Butterfly - available

Mom's Butterfly - available

Sunflower - sold

Sunflower - sold

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Mom's Rose - sold

Mom's Rose - sold

MARK HOFFMAN started coming to AOS Painting Studio early this year with great enthusiasm. Even when he has had a rough morning at work, Mark is anxious to spend some quiet time drawing with his friends in the afternoon. Architectural subjects have been his major interest thus far. Some of his structures are representational with much detail while others are freely interpreted designs. Whatever Mark has drawn, he is proud to share with his fellow artists and staff at work. We look forward to Mark’s next exciting works.

Red Barn

Red Barn

Ladder to the Haymow

Ladder to the Haymow

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Church

Church

The Sidewalk Ends

The Sidewalk Ends

Installation begins this week as we prepare the beautiful Ernsthausen gallery for the best work of 2017. Here are four more painting segments to kindle your curiosity for Visions Revealed on June 16th.

Tony Ringholz, Fred Wagner, Nathan Lucal, Tim Smith

Tony Ringholz, Fred Wagner, Nathan Lucal, Tim Smith

RICK FLETCHER always has a narrative to share about his work and often cites movies or videos which inspired it. He enjoys drawing caricatures of favorite celebrities or cartoon favorites. But, Rick is beginning to feel more adventurous and will have some very different work to show in the Visions Revealed 2015 Exhibit in June.

Crusty Crab's Friend

Crusty Crab's Friend

Samantha's Boat

Samantha's Boat

Mickie

Mickie