Preserves Tag

Painting in a Prairie

The following post is from Preserved! artist Kathleen Kalinowski. The post was originally posted at kathleenkalinowski.com where you can see more of her work.Learn more about the Preserved! art program and purchase tickets to the Grand Rapids gallery opening here. When visiting a place in west Michigan called Saul...

Walking on Sunshine

The following post is from Preserved! artist Kathy Mohl. The post was originally posted at https://kathymohl.com/blog where you can see more of her work. Learn more about the Preserved! art program and purchase tickets to the Grand Rapids gallery opening here. The first step of plein air painting is...

Serenity at Saul Lake Bog

Journey out of the bustle and noise of the city until the homes grow scarce and the freeways empty. Take the well-worn road past farm houses where women in black velvet helmets and sleek boots trot gleaming chestnut colored horses around bright cones. Don’t go...

Inspired at Whitey’s Woods

The following post is from Preserved! artist Randi Ford. The post was originally posted at http://www.randifordart.com/new-blog/ where you can see more of her work. Learn more about the Preserved! art program here. I recently spent my day hiking and painting at Lake Harbor Park in Norton Shores to...

Golden Hour at Wege

The following post is from Preserved! artist Kathy Mohl. The post was originally posted at https://kathymohl.com/blog where you can see more of her work. Learn more about the Preserved! art program here. I'm a sucker for long shadows and can't resist the urge to paint the streaks of...

Close to Home

The following post is from Preserved! artist Anne Corlett. The post was originally posted at http://annecorlettartworks.blogspot.com where you can see more of her work. Learn more about the Preserved! art program here. In the recent past, I traveled all over the United States in search of adventure in...

A Forest in Recovery

This summer, 5 acres of pine trees will be removed from Brower Lake Nature Preserve. But why would we cut down perfectly healthy trees? Unlikely as it may seem, sometimes cutting down trees is the best way to help an ecosystem flourish. Removing pine trees...

Sunny Side Up

The following post is from Preserved! artist Kathy Mohl. The post was originally posted at http://kathymohl.fineartstudioonline.com/blog where you can see more of her work. Learn more about the Preserved! art program here. I recently had the pleasure of painting at the Upper Macatawa Natural Area and was delighted...

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