For some people, their Valentine’s Day shopping was all done in one place.
On Saturday, Feb. 3. the Riverchase Women’s Club hosted their 12th Annual Riverchase Loves Art at the Riverchase Country Club, featured art in mediums ranging from pottery to glass to leather to paints. Each artist from the show was hand-picked.
“Continued partnership with the Riverchase Country Club also allowed us to have one of the best art shows we have ever had,” Art Show Chair Lynne Cooper said. “Each year just gets better and better.”
This year, they hosted 50 talented local artists, some returning and some new. The money raised at the event allows the Riverchase Women’s Club to support their chosen charities as well as the art community, Cooper said.
Read more and view additonal photos of the recent RLA show at the Hoover Sun here:
… is known as a Southern innovative artist. While staying “true” to her work, she is constantly evolving and creating new ideas in the art field. Ten years ago, Kendall gave up a successful interior design business to become a full time painter. Through that career change, she has become known throughout the southeast for her peaceful, yet sometime feisty style. Always using a type of texture in her work, Kendall loves to create movement in her pieces. Whether it be paste or stain or watercolor or abstract, Kendall creates a dance on her surfaces. As a wife, mother, and grandmother to 4 (almost 5), she loves to spend time with her family. When not painting, she enjoys traveling, tennis, golf, cooking, sewing and anything crafty!
Michael Davis is a watercolor realist inspired by the beauty and timelessness of the southern landscape. His passion for nature is reflected in his many paintings of the Southeast from the Appalachian Mountains to the Gulf Coast. Although he began painting in oils when he was young he quickly developed a love for the beauty and detail he could capture with watercolor.
His paintings have received numerous fine art awards and have been featured in many solo exhibits as well as galleries and museums. He was awarded Best of Show at the 2015 AWF Fine Art Exhibition, his work was juried into the 2016 WSA National Exhibition, and in 2017 a Solo Exhibition of his work was featured at the Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts. Michael is a member of the Watercolor Society of Alabama, the Southern Watercolor Society, the Mountain Brook Art Association, the Blue Ridge Art Association and the Gulf Coast Arts Alliance. His paintings are in private and corporate collections throughout the United States.
Visit Michael’s Facebook page here to view more of his fabulous art. Riverchase LOVES Arts … and we are super proud that great artist like Michael are exhibiting again in the 2018 RCLA show.