...serenity in motion

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Photo credit: JR McCurdie

Now Open for In Person Studio Visits!
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The Pastel Art of T Kurtz

Now offering Art Classes through Spokane Art School and The Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center!

"Art should influence your path through life.  It can make you feel an emotion; so strongly that you need to pause on your journey, and just feel. Any piece that pulls me away from my trajectory, makes me stop, is something that I deem successful.  I may love it, I may hate it, it can make me think or just exist but the moment, that is what I see as a success.  When people are rushing by and need to stop for a moment to stare at my work, I feel as though I have arrived as an artist."

Living in North Idaho for 25 years, T discovered a source of material that astounds her. There are rivers, forests, amazing vistas and lifestyles that beg to be captured in art.  She has  been painting for 6 years and is excited about what that will mean for her growth in the coming years. She can be critical of her work but will always let herself get lost in the moment of creation. "T" enjoys painting her clients “furbabies” as well and is very happy to take commissions of most subject matter as long as the images belong to her or her clients.

 

Galleries:

Angel Gallery of Fine Art & Antiques
423 E Sherman Avenue
Coeur d'Alene ID
83814

208-665-7232

 

Spokane Gallery and Framing
409 S Dishman Mica Rd
Spokane Valley, WA
99206

509-747-0812
 

Misty Mountain Furniture
502 Cedar Street, Suite D
Sandpoint, ID 83864

866-265-4190

 

Schweitzer Mountain Gallery
Schweitzer Moutain Resort
10000 Schweitzer Mountain Rd
Sandpoint, ID 83864

208-265-1776

 

for class information please contact;

Spokane Art School
spokaneartschool@gmail.com

(509) 325-1500



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Art that has no heroes, no message; only a moment of peace and serenity. Art that pulls people off their busy path and gives them an unexpected moment of peace. I don't believe in influencing the way people think; rather, give a soul momentary release of stress and worries to help recharge a person.