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 6pm
Lola Krummenacher hails from Rexburg, Id., where she attended Ricks College and BYU with a major in elementary education and a minor in art. After graduating, Lola taught school in Issaquah Washington, while her husband was finishing Army OCS training. They have moved around the country, but when her husband Jeff was deployed to Vietnam, she returned to BYU, and majored in their art program.
Lola became a juried member of the Northern Arizona Watercolor Society in Sedona, Az., where she received instruction and also taught. There she has studied with well known Arizona, Utah and National artists.
Jeff and Lola lived in Europe for a year where she was exposed to many cultures and great art. Returning to the states, they raised a family of six children and Lola taught for community colleges and attended classes. Lola and Jeff eventually moved to Moab where they lived for seven years. There she taught classes in watercolor and stained glass for the City of Moab.
Thirteen years ago they moved to St. George where she has taught for the Southern Utah Watercolor Society, Hurricane Valley Art Alliance, the Dixie Watercolor Society, and DSU Exploritas Program, Mesquite Gallery, Las Vegas Watercolor Society, and is currently teaching workshops at the “A Passion for Painting” gallery. Lola has won many awards in shows and art exhibits throughout Utah and Arizona.
Her work can be found in Gallery 35 in St. George.
Come and see the wonderful watercolor artwork at 35 North Main. This is a wonderful venue for talented artist exhibiting transparent watercolors.