Spokane artist Gloria Fox is a graduate from UW with a BA in General Art, a BFA in Sculpture and a Secondary Teaching Certificate. Since that time, she has offered children’s summer art camps, in addition to continuing her 30 year involvement providing programs and events for the Museum of Arts and Culture. Gloria is a member of the Spokane Watercolor Society, River Ridge Association of Fine Arts and has exhibited in a number of shows and events in the Spokane area, winning numerous awards as a watercolorist.
Karen Robinette is an award-winning graphic designer and watercolor artist, and has exhibited her work from Spokane and the surrounding area to the west side of Washington State. She applies her understanding of design concepts and color relationships, as used in advertising and publishing, to her watercolor paintings. Mostly inspired by nature, Karen’s watercolor paintings reflect her interest in remote places in the outdoors, as experienced on hiking and bike trails, as well as national, state and city parks, and botanical gardens.
To view the artwork of Gloria & Karen stop by Pottery Place Plus in the historic Liberty Building at 203 N. Washington St (next to Aunties) this September, every day from 11am until 6pm.