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Cityscape Material List

CITYSCAPES one point perspective.

In this class, we will explore painting the cityscape using one one-point perspective.

Please bring with you:

T ruler, pencil, rulers, and if you have one, a proportion and perspective measuring tool.

Drawing Paper and watercolor paper.

My Minimal colors plus black, Indigo, or shadow colors.

I’ll bring some for you to try out.

Violet Shadow

McCracken black

Mars Black

Hermanite black

Moon Glow black

Lola Krummenacher grew up in Rexburg, Idaho, where she attended Ricks College and BYU with a major in elementary education and a minor in art. After graduating, Lola taught school in Issaquah, Washington, while her husband finished OCS. They moved around the country, but when her husband was deployed to Vietnam, she returned to BYU and majored in their Art program.

Jeff and Lola lived in Europe, where she was exposed to many cultures and great art. Returning to the States, they raised a family of six children in Arizona. Lola taught for community colleges and attended classes. After moving to Williams, Arizona, Lola became a juried member of the Northern Arizona Watercolor in Sedona, where she received instruction and taught. There, she studied with well-known Arizona and National artists.

Eventually, Jeff and Lola moved to Moab, Utah, where she lived for seven years. There, she taught classes in watercolor and stained glass for the Moab Arts and Recreation Center.

Over 18 years ago, they moved to Saint George, Utah. Lola started teaching for the Southern Utah Watercolor (now Dixie Watercolor Society), the Hurricane Valley Alliance, the Las Vegas Watercolor Society, the Southern Utah Watercolor Society in Cedar City, and Mesquite Nevada. She has taught groups in Moab and Idaho.

Lola has won awards in art shows and exhibits throughout Arizona and Utah 

Pam Jacobson – Glass Artist

Growing up in Colorado, art has always been a part of Pam’s life. She took a multitude of classes in school, through college, and into adulthood, seemingly trying every art medium. Thirty years ago, she and her husband bought a house that had the perfect place for stained glass windows. She decided that instead of paying someone to make the windows, she would take a class to learn to make them herself, thus introducing herself to glass. She then moved into fused glass and was so taken that she immediately had to buy a kiln of her own, and she has been fusing glass ever since.

Even though art was Pam’s love, her profession was teaching; for thirty-one years, she taught nearly every grade level and special education and even had a job as a mentor for teachers. It was the perfect job while raising two sons and allowed for time to be creative. For creativity, Pam also included painting, knitting, crocheting, card-making, and general crafting.

Pam retired from teaching in 2014 and moved to Mesquite with her husband, Alan, in 2016. Alan had to promise a workshop and room for her three kilns to convince Pam to relocate. One of the qualities she loved about Mesquite was that it seemed to be a very “artsy” town. Once here, Pam jumped right into an assortment of activities through Sun City and is currently the president of Glass Crafters (Fused Glass Club). She sells her wares at the Mesquite Fine Arts Center, at local shows, and through her ETSY site. Her newest venture is making fused glass tutorials on YouTube so others can share her passion.

Being a member of the Virgin Valley Artists’ Association since 2016, Pam currently chairs the committee that organizes the Christmas Boutique and the Spring Bazaar, and she will be teaching fused glass classes in the new VVAA classroom facilities. Participating in VVAA has allowed Pam to connect with other artistic-minded people as she enjoys this phase of her life in Mesquite, Nevada.