The public is invited to an artist’s reception at the Canyon Theatre Guild, 24242 Main Street, Newhall, on Friday Feb. 8, 2019, from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. as award-winning local artist and art instructor, Charlotte Mullich presents a one-woman show from Jan. 25 – Feb. 24.
The exhibit titled “Nature Up Close,” includes a series of nature-inspired watercolor paintings. In her watercolor paintings, Mullich searches for the grace, strength and hope of the Earth found in simple natural objects. Her paintings are layered in rich colors, organic shapes and textures that highlight the elegance and beauty of nature. Many of Mullich’s subject matter focus on close-up views of nature, the changes of the seasons, the change of colors, and fleeting moments of time.
“In a world of technology, my hope is that my paintings create for the viewer a moment to pause and reflect on the beauty of nature,” Mullich stated. “In my work, leaves, twigs, flowers and animals symbolized beauty, surprise, wonder, the fragility of nature and ultimately optimism and hope in the renewal of the Earth.”
Charlotte Mullich is the current President of the Santa Clarita Artist Association. She is a member of the Los Angles Art Association, the Valley Watercolor Society, and the California Art Club. She has exhibited in many art shows and festivals throughout California including the Beverly Hills Art Show, Calabasas Art Festival, the Sierra Madre Art Show, the Pasadena ArtWalk, San Diego Little Italy Mission Artwalk, and Los Altos Art Festival. Charlotte Mullich paintings can be found in client’s collections throughout the US and internationally.
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