The Saratoga Sun -

By Liz Wood 

A palette of cultural art

 

Liz Wood

Irene Mikkelson, left, and Annette Mason work on a beeswax painting on the hot plate Sept. 1 at the Brush Creek Presents, an artist presentation sponsored by the Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts. The women volunteered to create a collaborative piece after artist Gayle Curry demonstrated the process.

Around 20 people attended the Brush Creek Presents program Sept. 1 at the Platte Valley Community Center. The program, which is sponsored by the Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts introduces artists from all over the world to the Platte Valley.

The artists shared samples of writing, music, film and visual arts at the presentation.

One artist, Gayle Curry, invited people to come and try creating some art, for which local residents Irene Mikkelson and Annette Mason volunteered. The duo created a Platte River painting with a trout jumping out of the river – working simultaneously while the...



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