|KWS Online Gallery
Sue Hinkebein teaches adult education and children's watercolor classes, is a
free-lance illustrator and has served as the Director of Education for the
Kentucky Watercolor Society. She enjoys painting "people pictures", "florals and
fun", sometimes surreal images, and encourages others to paint their passion.
She exhibits regionally and nationally and has won numerous awards. Sue can
be reached via email or by calling 502.458.5043.
Having earned her BFA, Pat Ritter has participated in
single and group shows locally and nationally. She
had a one woman show at Artemisia Restaurant. She
is a KWS Signature Member and is also a member of
the Louisville Artisans Guild, the Southern Watercolor
Society, and the American Watercolor Society. She
feels making art is a privilege and relishes the
versatile quality of watercolor. Pat can be reached via
email or at 502.458.2881.
George Gow has enjoyed painting for over 45 years, working with
oil, gouache, acrylic, and transparent watercolor. He paints
outdoors (plein air) or from memory, but seldom from photographs.
His work has won awards at local, state and national art exhibitions.
He is an exhibiting member of the Kentucky Guild of Artists and
Craftsmen, and is a Signature Member of the Kentucky Watercolor
Society. His paintings can be seen at the Kentucky Artisan Center
in Berea, Kentucky. He can be reached via email or at
favorite medium. While she was first trained at
Kalingrad University as a research biologist, she
worked at landscape, interior, and stage design...yet
she always continued painting. Later, she studied art
at Kalingrad, taught computer art and watercolor, and
earned her Ph.D. in Art Education. Since then, she
has been a free lance artist. She came to the United
States to be an artist in residence at Bernheim and
has taught at the University of Louisville. She also
teaches classes through the Kentucky Watercolor
Society at our Mellwood Gallery (details). Email her or
visit her website mycolorworld.net
|Ann Lawson Adamek
Ann Lawson Adamek is a Louisville, KY native who creates watercolor paintings and
sterling silver jewelry with real flowers set in casting resin. Ann is a KWS Signature
Member. She is also an Exhibiting Member of the Kentucky Guild of Artists and
Craftsmen. Her paintings and jewelry can be viewed and purchased through her website,
Ann Adamek at kentuckyartists.com
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While Judy Mudd is primarily a
children's portrait artist, she frequently
finds herself painting commissioned
home, landscape, and still life
paintings. Self-taught, Judy comes
from a family of artists and has studied
with numerous master artists in the
United States. She has been hired to
paint comissions by clients in the
United States, Canada, and Europe.
To learn more about Judy's art, please
contact her via email, visit her website:
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|Shirley Klein Kleppe
By emphasizing strong and unique ideas, Shirley Klein
Kleppe's art reflects a passionate, intuitive view of life.
She believes that art and life contain a universal
quality, which can be found in any age or culture. Email
Shirley or find her on her Facebook FanPage or her
website Outrageous Red; Shirley can also be found on
Twitter and LinkedIn and you can explore her
photography product line at Lense On.
Nevenka Martinovic started painting while living in Canada. After attending art school, she
continued to study with local and nationally recognized artists.
Nevenka works with watercolor and acrylic, but experiments with other mediums and techniques.
She is a KWS Signature Member and has served as the Director of Exhibitions for KWS. She is
also a juried member of the Louisville Artisans Guild and a member of LVAA. She can be
reached via email.
|Hollyhocks, too by Pat Ritter
|Above and right, paintings by
|Above and left, paintings by Shirley Klein Kleppe
|by Nevenka Martinovic
|Above and right, paintings by Sue Hinkebein