• NOVEMBER 1 - NOVEMBER 29
  • Gallery at Marina Square, Morro Bay
  • November 1, 2017 to
    November 29, 2017
  • Category: Art & Museum Exhibits

Event Details

  • November 1, 2017 to
    November 29, 2017
  • 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Free

Venue

Event Description

Fine Art Drawings & Paintings by Louise Luthi

The featured artist in our Lower Gallery is Spanky Anderson showing fine art paintings in “Soul Scapes."

Spanky grew up in Georgia and learned to draw and paint at an early age. He later traveled the south and exhibited his artwork of the southern landscape. He graduated from the University of West Georgia with a BA in Art, where he was awarded two Permanent Collection awards from Peter Augustini, a world renowned sculptor from New York, and internationally known painter Donald Cooper. Upon graduation, Spanky began his career as a graphic designer and colorist with a major carpet and textile manufacturer.

In the mid-seventies Spanky accepted a designer colorist position in Southern California where he continued to paint and pursue his love of the local land and seascape. Most recently Spanky has moved to the Morro Bay area where he says “My peripheral vision of the central coast virtually dictates the color palette and brushstrokes onto my canvas.”

The featured artist in our Upper Gallery is Louise Luth, who will be showing her fine art painting & drawings.

Louise Luthi is an artist with expertise in printmaking, drawing, and painting. Her work can be described as a fusion of observation and revelation; through her feeling for light and atmosphere she imbues the visible with evidence of things not seen.

The “Late Afternoon Landscapes” were drawn on her parents’ property in the hills west of Templeton. Years ago Louise discovered in these bright hills with their massive dark oaks and lithe bay laurels the timeless joy of drawing and returns to them again and again.

Louise received her BA from UC Santa Barbara in printmaking and art history and an MFA in printmaking from Yale University School of Art. Her prints are in the collections of Washington University, Purdue University, UC Riverside, and ten US embassies around the world. She has taught all her working life at all levels from college to kindergarten and in many different settings.