Welcome to the Grand Junction Brush & Palette Club

The Brush & Palette Club meets on the third Thursday of the month at 1:00 p.m. at the Art Center, 7th & Orchard, Grand Junction, CO. The meeting starts with a short discussion on club events and member voting on the mini-show (club members are asked to bring a recently completed painting for the show). It is followed by a program at 1:30.

All meetings, workshops, and demonstrations are open to the public. Members receive a discount for paid events.

Keep on painting!

Brush and Palette Club Member Artwork
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Past presidents from left to right: Lois Lampert, Pat Blackburn,  Helen Stenmark and Mary Sue Bonds.

presidents pic

October Meeting & Mini Show Winner

After a nice summer break, Brush and Palette Club meetings started again in October with a demonstration by Tesha Hammonds, who is an expert painter of horses. She has spent many years drawing and painting horses, and for this meeting, she showed us how she first...

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Kay Crane Presents a Rooster in April

Members and guests of Brush & Palette were treated to a demonstration provided by Kay Crane, manager of The Blue Pig Gallery in Palisade, Colorado.  Kay presented at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Grand Junction on April 21 at 1:30 PM. Kay displayed several...

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Nancy’s Post: March Demonstration

March 17, the day aka St. Patrick's Day, saw Art Blom as the featured artist providing a demonstration to the Brush and Palette Club.  Blom's art medium is painting with a palette knife and oils. From the Brush and Palette website where Elise wrote: Art has...

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Nancy’s Post: January Meeting

Brush & Palette welcomed Cheri Isgreen with a record attendance at our January meeting at the Art Center.  This is watercolor artist Cheri prior to her presentation when she explained how she used watercolor thinned with water (to consistency of cream). She...

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Nancy’s Post: Jac Kephart Workshop

Jac Kephart provided a two day workshop over January 23 and 24 to a packed gallery of 18 eager participants (sponsored by the Grand Junction Brush & Palette Group). As Bob Martin said, "He is one of the most benevolent artists I have encountered," and never were...

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