June 18, 2024

Beauty Arts

The Arts Authority

Temperance artist giving still life demonstration in Monroe

Temperance artist giving still life demonstration in Monroe
Local artist Susan Grant’s favorite work is shown. “I love the contrast of the dark purple sky and water against the bright white lightning. I love the fine detail work on the boat,” Grant said.

Susan Grant is a lifelong artist who designed an etched window for Monroe County Local community College.


Tomorrow, the Temperance artist will share some of her wisdom at a nevertheless existence drawing demonstration, sponsored by the Monroe Artwork League.

Grant will guide the system at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the United Way building, 216 N. Monroe St. Admission is absolutely free the general public is welcome.

Significant faculty pupils through grown ups who have some drawing encounter are encouraged to go to. Contributors really should deliver a sketchbook, assorted pencils, erasers and a ruler.

“Join us for a fun evening, finding out and developing artwork,” Eve Weatherholt, president of the Monroe Art League, reported. “Susan was the first receiver of the Frances A. Maedel Art Scholarship at MCCC. She is an extremely talented young artist who will be sharing techniques she takes advantage of when creating her personal artwork.”

A piece by Susan Grant is shown.

Weatherholt and the Monroe Artwork League are hoping to improve membership in the league this 12 months. In January, the business hosted a well-attended demonstration by local artist David Larkins.

“I am excited for this future calendar year in the Monroe Artwork League. We have built a renewed exertion to reserve as numerous demonstrators as we can in the coming calendar year, and I am happy to present again in the upcoming,” Grant mentioned.