Frontier Homestead State Park Museum is pleased to announce a special exhibit by the Kolob Society, celebrating the National Park Service Centennial. The public is invited to an artist’s reception on Saturday May 7, from 1:00–3:00 p.m. Members of the Kolob Society will be painting on-site throughout the day, providing an opportunity for the public to observe the creative process and interact with the artists.
The Kolob Society is an informal group of plein air painters who meet on Thursday afternoons and Sunday mornings to go out on paint on location. Plein Air is a French term which means "in the open air" and is used to describe painting outdoors. Members of this society enjoy being outdoors and immersed in their subject matter as they paint.
The Kolob Society was formed in June 2011 through Artisans Art Gallery, and started out with just a few members, but now numbers over 160 artists. All artists are welcome to join the Society, using any medium. Member artists represent all skill levels, from beginner to professional, who use a variety of mediums, including oils, watercolor, pastels, pencil, and photography. After the paintings are completed, the group will meet to talk about them and offer critiques, suggestions, and encouragement.
Individuals interested in the Kolob Society can contact Debbie Robb via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The exhibit will continue at Frontier Homestead through June 30.