The one thing artists can offer the world during a pandemic is their art. I invite you to visit the virtual exhibition Force of Nature: Georgia Weithe and Helen Klebesadel which will be on web-display October 1-December 26, 2020 thanks to River Arts Inc. Also plan to join in a Live Zoom Q&A with the artists: Tuesday, Oct 20, 6-7pm. Continue Reading »
Tag Archives: Helen Klebesadel
Written on October 1, 2020 at 9:00 am, by helen
Written on June 17, 2017 at 4:27 pm, by helen
I just finished a wonderful four-day watercolor intensive. It was preceded by a month-long once a week nature journaling class offered at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum. Both were wonderful experiences for me as the guide and facilitator. I argue that its always better to learn from someone who loves what they are teaching, especially Continue Reading »
Categories: Ability, art and technology, art collaboration, Art Techniques, Artist Resources, Beauty, Biographical, Career Development, Creaivity Coaching, Creative Play, Creativity, Exhibition, Fabulous Artists, Teaching Art and Creativity, Uncategorized, Watercolor, Watercolor techniques, Workshops and Classes
Written on July 6, 2014 at 7:41 pm, by Helen
I have just returned from a splendid ten days of non-stop plein air painting (and skitter swatting) in the lake country around Boulder Junction, Wisconsin. It was my extreme pleasure to bring my art research through observation to the University of Wisconsin Trout Lake Station as a part of a new artist residency program. I Continue Reading »
Categories: A Painting A day, Activist Art, art and technology, art collaboration, Art Residencies, Art Techniques, art-science collaboration, Artist Resources, environmental art, Plein air Painting, Watercolor
Written on July 22, 2012 at 5:32 pm, by Helen
I just spent a blissful week of teaching, learning, and expanding my circle of inspiration sources with eleven other wonderful women artists who participated in my ‘Watercolor From The Center’ workshop at the Wyoming Valley School Cultural Art Center near Spring Green Wisconsin. Some participants were first-time painters, others were experienced artists and teachers Continue Reading »
Written on July 6, 2012 at 3:05 am, by Helen
I am just back from an enjoyable weekend teaching my workshop, Watercolor: a Fresh Start, at the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Wyoming Valley School Cultural Art Center to a wonderful group of creative learners. The WVS is just 40 miles west of Madison and six miles from Spring Green, Wisconsin in the heart of the Wisconsin River Continue Reading »
Written on May 18, 2012 at 9:52 pm, by Helen
The more I have looked the more I have found systematic outrage across the country at the efforts to regulate women’s reproductive lives by imposing particular moral and religious perspectives. ..Many individuals, including artists, are fighting back in our own ways.
Written on February 19, 2012 at 6:31 pm, by Helen
There are lots of different ways for an artist to approach developing an on-line presence and build a social media network to bring visibility to their art. Developing a social media network is really developing an electronic way to stay in touch with people you know, and to meet and build relationships with others who share your interests.
Written on August 6, 2011 at 2:35 am, by Helen
The final day of the 33 Paintings in 33 Days Project of Alaskan artist Nikki Kinne and Wisconsin artist Helen Klebesadel. I cannot believe the thirty-third day has come so quickly. This has been an amazing experience.
Written on August 5, 2011 at 2:50 am, by Helen
Written on July 29, 2011 at 1:45 am, by Helen