Local artists Toni Rash and Betty McRainey present Diversity – 2018, an exhibit of their works, at the Kirtland Public Library during May and June 2018.
Toni Rash works in a variety of media but prefers oils, acrylics and watercolors. Mrs. Rash has exhibited at the Ding Darling Wildlife and Nature Preserve on Sanibel Island. Many of her landscapes of Slovenia were displayed around in Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania and at the Slovenian Embassy in Washington, D.C. Most recently she and her daughter and granddaughter exhibited a “Tri-Generational Nature & Nurture” collection at Lake Farm Park.
Betty McRainey, 92 years young, is a watercolorist. She studied formally at the Vesper George School of Art in Boston, MA. She belongs to a group of watercolorists who paint together ‘en plein air’ in rain or shine!
Both women have been members of the “Creative Artists Association” for at least fifteen years. They have been painting since their college days.
There will be a reception for the artists on Sunday, May 6, 2018 from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Some of the art work will be on sale.