Artists:

  Marian Busey
  Peggy Cook
  Frank & Dee DiNino
  Curt & Robyn Elliott
  Rick Forsyth
  Larry Haught
  Reveille Kennedy
  Marilyn Kirkman
  Dan Masimer
  "Magdalina"
  Barb McAdams
  Tammy Meeske
  Mimi Mitchell
  Don Orr
  Jan Oyler
  Dale Pittock
  Kang Lee Sheppard
  Craig & Dusty Shutt
  Lorraine Watry
  Richard Williams
  Diana Zombola
   
   

 

 
         
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        Reveille grew up in Pueblo, Colorado and painted with old enamels and created
with the wood leftover from her father’s building projects. She wasintrigued by the flamboyant colors in bugs and flowers, and the running together of the paints. She ruined many uncleaned brushes with enamel paint. Reveille was in the first class to graduate from South High School in Pueblo, CO. in 1960 and attended two years at Pueblo Jr. College. She has taken many workshops and classes around the world and her paintings hang in England, Scotland, Japan and around the US. Reveille is currently teaching out of her house/studio. She is past President of Pike’s Peak Watercolor Society and also Arati Gallery where she is a member for 15 years in Old Colorado City. 

  



Reveille Kennedy’s Statement:
 I am a people watcher and light gatherer, scanning body attitude, expression,
and the drape of clothing, hair in sunlight and skin. I imagine people and animals in settings of my own creation and I feel that their strength, dignity, weakness or sorrow is evident in my work, such as the limp limb of relaxation or the limber body pressed to the dancers side. A baby unsteadily toddling, play and repose are part of my unique, colorful approach to painting. Animals have attitude too. Some are dignified and some are silly or playful. It is up to me to catch the light of their character in an impressionistic way. I also love interpreting the majestic Rocky Mountains, lyrical florals, seasonal scenery and wildlife engaging with me in my back garden. What is new to painting? It is that indescribable individual scrawl, stroke, line or choice of color. It is the puzzling mix of learned and experimented. Great artists become, and become until their hair falls out and their jaws droop. It is intuition, inspiration, and mystery. For me, it is the most intriguing career anyone could have. When I grow up I want to own a swimming pool full of color and invite everyone to get drunk with transparency.


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