Winter, Shadow and Light
Lobby Gallery, Main Level
Monday – Friday 10am-5pm,
Virtual Gallery Link: https://airtable.com/apppEHuXxbM1XEvw3/shryezrKacNmzwjka
Download a free art catalog of the work on exhibition.
Meet the artist during a brief reception on Monday, November 13 from 5-6PM. The CMW member meeting will begin at 6PM that evening. You are welcome to stop by Studio C (lower level) as a guest to learn more about CMW and experience a live demonstration by Carol Spohn.
Always Free to Attend. Always Inspiring.
Throughout the year, the Central Minnesota Watercolorists (CMW) gather at the Paramount to connect as members, explore art techniques through live demonstrations, share opportunities to sell and exhibit work. This November, we invited CMW to host an exhibition that features the artwork created by its members – showcasing what they learned in 2023.
This exhibition titled, “Winter, Shadow and Light” explores water media used to create work inspired by the stark wintery days – illustrating the delicate dance between shadows and light across the paper.
About the CMW
The Central Minnesota Watercolorists (CMW) began as a small group of artists with a great love for the watercolor medium. The first formal meeting of about ten local artists was held January 19, 1981, to share ideas, experiences and information; and for the purpose of mutual learning, encouragement and motivation. The first meeting consisted of painting together. Artists brought their paints, ideas and other supplies. Demonstrations of new painting techniques were provided by the members, and critiques were held. As the artists increased their skills, the members were encouraged to participate in exhibits and in one person art shows. Our group now consists of more than 100 area painters, several of whom are “professional artists.”
Connect with Loretta virtually.
- Website: centralmnwatercolorists.org
- Email: email@example.com
- Facebook: Central Minnesota Watercolorists
Like what you see?
Consider adding a piece to your collection and supporting a Minnesota artist. All the artwork noted
in this catalog that is on exhibit at the Paramount is for sale, unless otherwise noted.
Purchasing the Work
• Bring this catalog to the Gallery Gift Shop located at the Paramount (right side of the
building facing St. Germain Street). Let the cashier know what item you would like to buy.
• If not today, you can also contact the Paramount at 320-259-5463 and purchase it by
providing a credit card over the phone while it is still on exhibit.
Purchase Location: Gallery Gift Shop (Main Level)
Monday – Friday: 10:00AM – 5:00PM, and Saturday: 10:00AM – 2:00PM
*Open one hour before most performances