Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Whole Foods Reception for Kathy Morlock

More than 70 family and friends joined Kathy Morlock at Whole Foods Market on February 3 to view Kathy's one-woman show. Thirteen of Kathy's paintings are on display in their Cafe from December 1 through February 29.

Here is Kathy with her watercolor titled "Picking Flowers."

Kathy creates both watercolors and oil paintings. She has taken classes at the Armory Art Center and the Lake Worth Art League. You can see by her paintings that she is inspired by the beauty of Florida and other tropical locations that she visits, such as Hawaii.

Kathy really got the word out about this reception, and invited her friends, family, and neighbors. Here she is with her husband Don, standing in front of her oil painting of the Jupiter Lighthouse.

Here is her watercolor titled "Sunset Palms."

Norm and Ilene Adams and Sandy Axelrod enjoyed their evening of art, friends, and music.

Whole Foods Market provides a variety of wines for tasting, and some of their wonderful cheeses and cookies. If you liked their choices, be sure and go back and visit their wine and cheese departments.

Bobbin Salisbury and Adrianne Hetherington helped Kathy sell her prints. She brought prints of four different paintings, and sold quite a few. Please contact us if you're interested in a print and didn't get a chance to purchase one. Joanne MacLeod, who was our first Whole Foods artist, also attended to show her support for Kathy. Leslie Pfeiffer, who is part of the Whole Foods art program selection committee kept the show running.

Kathy's watercolor titled "Leaf Frog."

At each artist reception, we ask for a $5 donation to go toward the Wellington Art Society scholarship fund. This reception raised $350! Thank you to Kathy and the Whole Foods committee who worked so hard to make this happen. The next Whole Foods artist will be chosen shortly. We'll see you at the next reception.

1 comment:

  1. The friendships I have formed and the techniques I have learned through the Wellington Art Society are invaluable! This is a wonderful post about a delightful event.