artConnect March 2011: Ken Heitzenrader

Fall on the Truckee River by Ken Heitzenrader Ken Heitzenrader
$325 (edition 50)

Giclée print on 100% cotton rag, signed and numbered. Print is 30.5x22.5 inches on 34x27 inch paper.

PURCHASE >>

About the Artist:
Painting in the tradition of au plein air, Ken translate the beauty and poetry of his surroundings in watercolor. He believes, just as the plein air painters of the early 20th Century believed, “that nature is revelation and that art is the medium of interpretation.” He also believes, as those early painters did, “in scenic location and in the power and spirit of place.”

"I often use and/or combine different types of water-soluble pigments, such as dyes, stains and watercolor crayons. My current objective is to incorporate a method used by past master painters – the monotype which is neither a print nor a painting, but a unique combination of both."

In addition to this print which benefits the Reno Philharmonic, Ken's prints are available at the Nevada Museum of Art, and directly from his website.
www.throughtherighteye.com

The beneficiary: the Reno Philharmonic
The Reno Philharmonic Association’s mission is to produce inspirational orchestral performances of the highest quality for broad audiences, support exceptional educational and outreach programs, and provide leadership in the performing arts community. The orchestra presents the popular MasterClassics series, the new Phil Up! Pops series and several specialty performances throughout the year. The RPA also boasts an award-winning education department, which includes three youth orchestras with 200 musicians, a series of Young People’s Concerts presented with the Washoe County School District, Celebrate Strings – a violin lesson program - and an in-school Discover Music program.noa, Lake Tahoe Music Festival, and the perennially sold out, Pops on the River.
www.renophilharmonic.com/

Print Previous Next