216. Katie Ryan Donohue

Acrylic, watercolor, guache, on paper, canvas, and wood

Katie Ryan Donohue's artwork is created using acrylic and watercolor and features intricately detailed illustrative scenes inspired by the intersection of wild nature and humanity. Her themes include how humans affect the environment and how the environment responds, the regenerative strength of nature, the peace it offers, and the wonder it inspires.

Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

1711 S 1st St

katieryandonohue@gmai.comkatieryandonohue.com

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    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

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  • 210. Scott Wilkes

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    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

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  • 211. Connor Teseny

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  • 212. Janis Fowler

    Gouache, oil, resin

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

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  • 213. Evan Runyon

    Acrylic, watercolor, oil pastel, colored pencil, graphite, ink

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 214. Carla Yeatts

    Polymer clay, paper clay, acrylic paints/inks, fabrics

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 215. Bryan Macilko

    Encaustic

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 217. JR Rapier

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    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

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    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

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