Cimarron Song Gallery is hosting its Second Annual Holiday Show December 1 from 5-8 P.M., featuring works by Julee Hutchison and Gregory Packard. This exhibit is sure to be a vibrant display of the seasons by two impressionists who revel in combining lots of paint, color, and texture to create a poetic and often heightened sense of reality.
‘Tis the season for vibrant color, changing textures, and painting opportunities! Cimarron Song Gallery in Montrose, Colorado, is overjoyed to soon be presenting the captivating work of Julee Hutchison and Gregory Packard.
Packard is a true impressionist at heart, using small strokes of thick paint to create a vibrating, patterned surface that bursts with color. Even his winter scenes, such as “Introspection,” reveal a dynamic range of colors that continually engage viewers — and collectors.
Hanging next to his paintings will be those of the talented Julee Hutchison, who continually finds inspiration for her work in nature and animals. In particular, Hutchison’s pictures of farm animals such as goats, horses, and cows reveal her observational skill and ability to capture each subject’s individuality and character.
To learn more, visit Cimarron Song Gallery.
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