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R'lene Winters

Have an Associates Degree from the College of DuPage in Illinois.  Also

attended Governor's State University and the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Participated in a plein air workshop in Meeker, Colorado from the

University of Colorado.  Recently  attended a watercolor workshop with

artist Stephen Zhang. Studied with private artists through the years.


Had a one person show in the LaGrange Art League  and Contigny, both in

Illinois, and Homestead Winery, Grapevine. Two person show at the

Premier Gallery in Flower Mound, Texas.    Also had paintings in the

Premier Gallery, Flower Mound, Homestead Winery Grapevine, Tierneys in

Lewisville, Blue Moon Gallery and Tolberts Texas Trading Company in

Grapevine, Tx., and Lewisville State Bank.


Paintings in shows in Art House Flower Mound, Gallery 8680,Frisco,

Irving Art Assn.,MCL Grand Art Gallery Lewisville, VAGF Frisco, The

Atrium Frisco, Gap Grapevine,Richardson Civic Art Society, Richardson .


Participated in the design and development of a mosaic for a base

supporting the sculpture which is outside the front of the MCL Grand

Building in Lewisville.


Paintings in private collections in Texas, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio,

Florida, and California.


Belong to the Visual Art League of Lewisville, GAP in Grapevine and

VAGF,  in Texas.


On the Board of the Visual Art League of Lewisville and the Lewisville

Senior Center.  Active in fundraising, grants and publicity with the VAL

Board.  Member of RSVP.


Have been painting over fifty years.


Am basically a realist painter creating still life, landscape and

floral.  Always challenging my artistic skills in new directions and

have been investigating the art of the abstract.  I enjoy taking a

flower and turning it into an artform.    I enjoy working with shapes

and colors and to constantly sharpen my skills.


WEBSITE: winters/rlene.wixsite/my

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