Late Fall projects are just now getting completed. Everyone worked so hard to finish things for the Fall Art Show that they are all just now finishing their newest work.

Adults and kids are doing remarkable art. From beautiful oil paintings, very detailed drawing to cute sculpting projects, there is always an amazing variety of work in progress at the Artful Heart Center.



  Lorie
Acrylic Painting

Stunning!
 
Student Project Example   Orbs in the yard
Garden Orbs

It's good that these are finished or they would be under a foot of snow.
 
Student Project Example   Lorie
Garden Orbs

Most of this orb is 'Under the Sea' with colorful fish and creatures. Most orbs are the size a a beach ball and take lots of time but the finished orb is well worth it. Too cute!
 
Student Project Example   Jerre
Colored Pencil

Jerre choose to create this rendition of a very famous mosaic in Colored Pencil. It is fabulous and the detail is amazing. I'm sure that it took as long to create as a garden orb!
 
Student Project Example   Joanie
Colored Pencil

There is a hidden coyote, frog and rose in this drawing. Each represents something very special. The entire composition of really fascinating and beautifully rendered.
 
Student Project Example   Erinn
Youth Drawing

I'm so proud of what my artists create, but the kids are really, really special. Serious, young artists are so talented and fun to work with!
 
Student Project Example   Erinn
Youth Drawing

Erinn loves to use graphite and chooses dramatic photos to draw from. There was a time when she was really afraid to draw people. Now, she makes it look easy.
 
Student Project Example   Tyler
Youth Sculpting

Tyler enjoys working with clay. He has made great progress in seeing 3-D shapes. This elephant is really well done with great proportions.
 
Student Project Example   Dani
Youth Oil Painting

This is Dani's second oil painting. She really worked hard and it is always challenging with a new medium but Dani did a beautiful job!
 
Student Project Example   Dani
Youth Oil Painting

Dani is working on her third oil painting of a grizzly bear. She gave it to her favorite teacher for Christmas. The teacher cried tears of joy.
 
Student Project Example   Tyler
Youth Sculpting

Tylers turtle is too cute. Unfortunately, it is hard to see in this photo. He is getting really good with the little details and painting the finished product.
 
Student Project Example   Atticus
Youth Drawing

Atticus is my youngest artist and he really is learning a lot. He is starting to see the shapes and colors really well. It's all a learning process.
 
Student Project Example   'Teach'
Garden Orb

I wanted to show an orb before it is grouted. I recently finished this new orb. There are six quail. The next image shows the orb grouted.
 
Student Project Example   'Teach'
Garden Orb

The grouted orb really looks different. The lighting isn't very good in this photo. Orbs look really great when the bright sun light reflects off the glass and tile.
 
Student Project Example   Joan S.
Acrylic Painting

Joan has outdone herself again. She has developed this loose and free style that we all admire so much. Joan has also learned to see colors extremely well and then expand her pallet with blues, violets, etc.
 
Student Project Example   Jerre
Colored Pencil

This was Jerre's very first project. It was finished before the Artful Heart Workshop opened. Jerre just recently came back and I was finally able to photograph it. What a beautiful bird.
 
Student Project Example   Lorie
Colored Pencil

Beautiful pumpkins and pomegranites with the reflection on the black counter.
 
Student Project Example   Laura
Acrylic painting

Laura combined several images to create this stylized painting of her adorable daughter.
 
Student Project Example   Jerre
Acrylic Painting

Jerre loved the rocks in Southern Utah and choose them for her first painting. Loose and interesting, I didn't get a good photo.
 
Student Project Example   Joan S.
Acrylic Painting

Free flowing and fun. The little bird is just adorable. Joan just has a good time with art.