Time: July 10, 2018 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Location: French Broad River Park
Street: 508 Riverview Dr
City/Town: Asheville, NC 28806
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/p…
Event Type: demonstration
Organized By: Sue Dolamore
Latest Activity: Jun 7
You are invited to join us from 9:30 - 12:30 for a demonstration of plein air painting by Terrilynn Debreuil with pastels.
Demonstration will be held at French Broad River Park and begins at 9:45. Arrive at 9:30 to allow time to find the demo and get settled. Bring a chair and your painting gear.
Feel free to watch as much or as little of the demo as you like, dispersing to find your own location to paint whenever you like. We will reconvene at at 12:30 to share our work.
I will be collecting donations to help fund our featured artist series. Though these and all of our paint outs are free, I need and greatly appreciate any amount to fund the 2018 demos.
Travel and art share a life-enriching and creative partnership in the artist’s life. Terrilynn has a passion for exploring new places throughout the world and creating original art with a focus on
pastel paintings, and also uses watercolor, oil, photography, and other media. Joy of life, creative expression, and spiritual sensitivity are the characteristics of the artwork. Color, light,
and texture convey a balance between impressionism and realism. A subject, or experience, speaks to the artist and she aims to allow a spiritual interpretation to flow, not from her, but through her.
Beyond a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree she has studied in wide-ranging situations to expand personal knowledge and creative resources. She has taught various media and techniques of
art to people of all ages for thirty years. In teaching, she says that she often learns more herself than she shares with her students. Keeping a hand in many types of media helps her instruct
students in their personal areas of interest as it expands her own.
To date she has traveled or lived in fifteen countries. She exhibits and sells artwork in diverse venues and has pieces in private collections from Maine to California, Spain and France, to Ecuador and Chile.
French Broad River Park has views of the river, tree lined paths, a gazebo, the bridge over the river, a dog park and more. Parking can get crowded so car pooling is a benefit to all.