GRA features works by Braud, Driscoll and Leitheiser in January

Great River Arts will feature works by Kathy Braud, Sandra Driscoll and Shelly Leitheiser through Feb. 1. Pictured is one of Shelly Leitheiser’s works.

Great River Arts will feature works by Kathy Braud, Sandra Driscoll and Shelly Leitheiser through Feb. 1. Pictured is one of Shelly Leitheiser’s works.

Great River Arts (GRA) will feature the works of Kathy Braud, Sandra Driscoll and Shelly Leitheiser to its main gallery for the month of January in a collective exhibition “Art: Out of the Ordinary.” The show will be open for viewing through Feb. 1, with the opening reception Saturday, Jan. 18, from noon – 2 p.m., held in conjunction with the “Minnesota on Canvas” reception for Randy Asseln.

Demonstrating years of experience, the artists portray traditional and nontraditional uses of watercolor and acrylic paints.  Each woman brings a multitude of techniques and themes to the exhibit, highlighted through bold use of color and expressive brushwork evident in each piece.

The women are residents of Little Falls and St. Cloud, play active roles in the Central Minnesota Watercolorists and are lifelong supporters of the arts. This exhibition is a colorful treat for the frigid month of January, organizers of the event said. For more information about the artists visit www.greatart.org/currently-displayed.

Great River Arts is located at 122 S.E. First St., in historic downtown Little Falls.  Business hours are Wednesday-Friday, from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Visit www.greatart.org to view other upcoming events.

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