Ted Nuttall is a signature member of A.W.S., N.W.S., The Transparent Watercolor Society of
America, Watercolor West and Western Federation of Watercolor Societies. He is a figurative watercolorist whose painting expression was born out of his observation of people, his experiences with travels as a youth in a career Air Force family and a twenty five year career in graphic design.
Ted is the quitessential people watcher, a habit that has engendered an ituitive ability to capture in his paintings the quiet, underlying character of his subjects. His work continues to win awards in juried exhibitions and his workshops and classses have benefited many through his personal and insightful instruction.
|Summer art camp sign ups in full swing|
|Make-It-Yourself at the Library with ‘Make Magazine’ founder Dale Dougherty|
|School’s Out! Drop in! art camps at KMAC|
|Kids art classes Saturdays at Preston Arts Center|
|Poet and literary lecturer, Mary Ruefle, delivers a round of words for UofL’s Axton Reading Series [Books]|
|Best-selling author Camille Paglia discusses Western art from A-to-Z at the Library [Books]|
|Spoken word poet, Anis Mojgani, will deliver keynote reading at Writer’s Block Festival [Books]|