Join us March 13th from 5:30 – 8:30 pm at St. Lukes Lutheran Church (722 Reynolds Ave., KCK 66101) for an art show featuring Susan Minteer Hovel.
Light refreshments provided! This is an open house style event but space is limited. To RSVP, email Rebecka!
About the Artist Susan Minteer Hovel
Watercolor painter, Susan Minteer receives much of her inspiration from everyday life experiences in her rural surroundings. Although no longer living ‘on the farm’, she attempts to ‘preserve’ the changing countryside with paper, water, and colorful pigments. Splashy florals and representational landscape paintings are her favorites. Minteer also enjoys making trips last longer by painting from photographs taken while traveling. Inspirational pieces give her opportunities to share her love for the Lord with others. After graduating from Baker University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Sociology, Minteer resumed an informal art education, crafted from workshops with local and nationally known instructors such as Eric Weigardt, Hugh Walkenshaw, Steven Quiller, Jim Kosvanec, Ken Hosmer, Jim Hamil and Barbara Nechis. These opportunities for further education and inspiration bring a creative recharge and renewed enthusiasm for painting. Artist’s Statement: My watercolor paintings are an expression of gratitude to my Father for the blessings in my life. I enjoy country living and its continual supply of inspiration for landscapes. A lifetime of gardening gives color, shape and pattern to my floral paintings. Gardens and the countryside are in my roots and in my genes, a heritage shared with many of my viewers and collectors. The intent is to express my visual ideas with emotion, vibrant color, and lively design. I find joy in sharing both the creative process and the resulting artwork with others. I believe that because “we are His workmanship”, creativity is a part of our being. I am grateful for the opportunities I have to share these gifts. To inquire about a current exhibit or to arrange an appointment, contact Susan at (913)-592-9100, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org. To view more of Susan’s work, visit www.susanminteer.com