Exhibitions - LCMA's Summer Colors

Summer Colors: August 19 - October 1, 2022
Opening Reception August 19, 2022 | 5pm - 7pm

LCMA is excited to present our watercolor exhibit "Summer Colors" featuring Central Florida Watercolor Society's many talented artists. This exhibit will highlight works from Janet Asbury, Sandi Baier, Jane Brinckerhoff, Cathy Caine, Teresa Chin, Karen Cole, Mary Dall, Diane Darnall, Diana Eagles, Heather Earnest, Susan Greenlee-Mamon, Susan Grogan, Sandi Hanlon-Breuer, Stewart Jones, Judith Kaye, Marcela Moglia, Jackii Molsick, Marianna Ross, Leslie Rossetti, Susie Schreiber, Cindy Sturla, and Rebecca Wilkinson. (Bios in bold, see below)

Join us for opening reception August 19th from 5pm-7pm and speak with the artists! The exhibit will run through October 1st every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 12 noon to 4pm.

Bios of featured artists:

Teresa Chin:
Teresa Chin is a watercolor artist who works both on rice papers using sumi ink and Asian pigments, and traditional watercolor papers with traditional tube paints. Paintings have been juried into the Central Florida Watercolor Society Members' Shows, Osceola County Center for the Arts, Annual Members Exhibition of the Sumi-e Society of America, OMA 1st Thursdays, and Artists Registry members shows.

Classes taught: Sumi-e and Gyotaku at Casselberry Art House, and Art & History Museums Maitland. Beginning watercolor at Creative Arts for Life, Maitland.

B. A. degree in Graphic Design from UCF, and courses in photography, printmaking, drawing and watercolor. Profession: graphic design freelancer. Eleven years spent at Harcourt Schoolbook Publishing as a Grade Level Art Director for Math and Science, student and teacher editions.

Susan Grogan:
Susan Grogan is an award-winning artist, her passion is in watercolor and alcohol ink.She started her art career as a fashion illustrator for a local department store in Cincinnati Ohio. Wanting to pursue her artistic interest, she concentrated on painting, and teaching classes. Now in Florida for 7 years, she sells her work and teaches beginner, intermediate and advanced watercolor class at the Mount Dora Center of the Arts.

Susan is an active member of the Central Florida Watercolor Society and is the workshop chair. She is currently on the public arts commission in Mount Dora, and has been for 5 years. She also is the Volunteer art coordinator for the W.T. Bland library in Lake county.

You can view her artwork online at etsy.com/shop/artbysusangrogan

Sandi Hanlon-Breuer:
Sandi Hanlon-Breuer spent her childhood enjoying the beaches on the "Treasure Coast" of Florida and her summers exploring the beautiful countryside of southern Virginia, beginning a life long love of water and nature. After completing a Bachelor of Art in Art at the University of South Florida, she continued her enjoyment of the ocean by working on board the cruise ships of the Oslo, Norway based Royal Viking Cruise Lines for the better part of ten years. Lay-overs in port cities provided the opportunity to visit art museums around the world. The art in museums such as the Uffizi, Musee D'Orsay, Metropolitan Museum of Art and The National Gallery of Victoria continued to stimulate her interest in art. Her fascination for the workings of nature and her curiosity about the bodies of water led her to graduate work at the University of Florida and a career in limnology (fresh water science). Her watercolor paintings continue to reflect her love of the natural world.

Most of her artwork is representational and emphasizes both dynamic color and the interplay of light and shadow. She also often stresses patterns and movement in her composition and design. She believes that transparent watercolor displays a special luminosity that cannot be duplicated by other mediums.

Sandi Hanlon-Breuer works primarily in transparent watercolor. She has been a full time professional artist for seven years. Her watercolors are included in private collections in the United States, Canada and Europe. She has been recognized with awards in state, national and international exhibitions. She has signature status in American Watercolor Society (AWS), Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, Florida Watercolor Society (FWS) and Watercolor West (WW). Recent venues for her work include juried group exhibitions at The Crary Art Gallery in Warren, Pennsylvania; The Mennello Museum of American Art, Orlando, Florida; The City of Brea Art Gallery, Brea, California; The Wichita Center for the Arts, Wichita, Kansas; The Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Tarpon Springs, Florida, The Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture, Delray Beach, Florida; The A. E. Backus Museum, Fort Pierce, Florida; The Salmagundi Club, New York, NY; The Shenzhen Art Museum, Shenzhen, China; Fallbrook Art Center/Signature American Watermedia Exhibition, Fallbrook, California and The National Watercolor Society Gallery, San Pedro, California.