Spring 2020 Artist Demonstrations:
Feb. 6: Katherine Du Tremble, monotype
March 5: Kyle Stuckey, realistic oil painter
April 2: Mary Villon De Benveniste, pastels
May 7: Maggie Hoybach, watercolors
Welcome to Monotype:
with Katherine Du Tremble, February 6, 2020
Katherine Dietzel DuTremble has been an artist since the tender age of seven. She has been painting for over three decades. Her dramatic use of color has come to define her style. Katherine is an impressionist. She strives to use the brilliant colors of nature to tell a story with light. Katherine says, “I try to capture the essence of a scene by using quick, definite strokes and lots of color to give the viewer a ‘snapshot’ of what they have seen. I am not a realist painter, but try to make a particular scene or image ‘real’ as if seen in the mind’s eye. I love to use pure color, and love to play the chiaroscuro painting game….the lights against the darks which makes for a more dramatic impact. After years of painting and printmaking, achieving the color of the light is still my greatest passion.” Katherine will have some pieces for demonstration plus some small pieces for sale.
Katherine has most recently been a featured artist in the Vivianna Puello Gallery’s March 2019 “SHEROES” show in NYC celebrating International Women’s month. DuTremble’s nationally and internationally award-winning works reflect her versatility in her favorite mediums of painting and printmaking. Her work has been represented in Kunstgalerie im Elizabethenhof, Bad Wimpfen, Germany, The Agora Gallery in Chelsea, and the Vivianna Puello Gallery, both in New York City, the Louisiana State Museum, and featured in Art Tour International Magazine. She was elected as one of the top 60 contemporary artists of 2016.
Step into Katherine’s world of color and light. You are sure to have a memorably colorful experience. Commissions are welcomed.
Look for more information to come about her Monotype Workshop for Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020.