Dixie Watercolor Society is proud to announce Gallery 35, an all watercolor gallery located at 35 North Main, in St. George Utah


This new gallery is a place where members of the Dixie Watercolor Society can exhibit and sell their transparent watercolor paintings.


The Gallery will open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 

From 10am to 7pm 

Our Featured Artist, Mel Scott, will have her artwork up in the featured section of the gallery from Febuary through April.
She has a wonderful selection of original watercolors available to view and for sale. Come in and take a look.
 

Professional Artist and instructor Mel Scott is proficient in a variety of mediums. She is adventurous and has a no fear attitude regarding unusual mediums and is working with alcohol ink, pouring watercolors, acrylics, oils, pastel, pencils and mixed media.


Mel is a graduate of Dixie State College and SUU. She is affiliated with the Southern Utah Watercolor Society as one of the 10 original founding members and was the first president of that organization.


Mel is a member of the Southern Utah Art Guild showing with the Red Cliff Gallery in St. George and the Dixie Watercolor Society as a signature/charter member in Gallery 35 in downtown St. George. Her paintings hang in private homes throughout the country and in Europe. She has a painting in the St. George City permanent collection also. You can find her Alcohol Ink tiles in the Juniper Sky Gallery in Kayenta, Utah. Currently she is also a member of the Virgin Valley Arts Association in Mesquite.


After retirement from teaching art at Dixie State College and her 10 years at Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts and serving an LDS mission Mel began teaching watercolor classes for Dixie State University as part of the ICL program. She is involved with The Arts to Zion in St. George. 


The MEL SCOTT studio/gallery is open the 3rd Thursday, Friday and Saturday each month.


For further information call 435-862-7384

 

Come and see the wonderful watercolor artwork at 35 North Main. This is a wonderful venue for talented artist exhibiting transparent watercolors.