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  • Lost in a Kaleidoscope Exhibit

Lost in a Kaleidoscope Exhibit

  • July 07, 2018
  • July 28, 2018
  • 237 Main Street, Ridgway, PA 15853

Local artist John Mosebarger began painting with watercolor after seeing a piece done by Pete Winklbauer. 

"I saw the freedom of his brush, flowing across the paper like it was alive. Pete taught me techniques on how to manipulate water and paint to create color I had never imagined. He sent me in my own direction, helping me find my own style that has evolved into the work I do now and hopefully will continue evolving. His work showed me a different path which opened up a whole new vision; I can only hope that I can have the same impact on others as he did on me."

John's debut exhibit can be seen in the ECCOTA Gallery July 7-28. Join us for the artist's reception on Friday, July 13th, 5-8PM.


 

ECCOTA receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency

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ECCOTA
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237 Main St.
Ridgway, PA 15853
814-772-7051

The Elk County Council on the Arts is dedicated to promoting the cultural enrichment of the residents of Elk County by expanding the opportunity for public participation in the arts. The Council’s goal is to enhance the lives of county residents and the various local arts by offering experiences in the arts, providing educational opportunity and advice, and by supporting performers, musicians, artists, artisans and writers.

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