At The Gallery
March 1 - 30
Mountain Valley Arts Council is excited to announce the next exhibit in our 2018 lineup: a solo exhibit featuring beautiful watercolors by Linda England. The exhibit opens March 1st and runs through March 30th.
Linda England’s fascination with nature and her inescapable eye for detail stems from a deep love and admiration of God’s beauty in creation. The passion to capture the intricacies of line, design, and color are prominent in her work. With an eye that looks deeply into the natural phenomena, her keen perception sees and expertly replicates not just the subject, but the beauty that lies within.
Mostly self-taught, she has studied art since 2003 with exclusive intensity in watercolor in the last few years. She credits her achievements to the guided talents of wonderful mentors, persistent practice, the “trial and error” of experience, and to her Lord, the Great Creator, who fashioned it all and gifted this talent to her.
Red Door Art has come about through the encouragement of many. The name Red Door Art speaks to the “red door faith” required for stepping into the exciting, challenging, and creative journey that is art. As a result, her award winning pieces have been accepted into statewide juried art events, and grace many southern homes and businesses.
The artist currently lives and teaches near Morris, Alabama. A partial gallery of her work may be viewed on Facebook at Red Door Art Watercolor by Linda England. Please visit, view, like, and share. She may be contacted there as well.
There will be an artist reception celebrating Ms. England’s work at the MVAC ART Gallery on March 1st from 5-7pm.
MVAC is in dire need of art supplies, and we are calling on the people of Marshall County to help us. These supplies will then be utilized by county agencies such as the Crain Court Youth Center, the Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates, Guntersville Child Development Centers of Marshall County, Kelley’s Rainbow Shelter, the Child Advocacy Center, and many more. Some of the supplies needed include but aren’t limited to: pencils, crayons, coloring pages, and cardboard.