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|ORAG features Eberle as May artist of the month|
The featured artist in May at Ouachita River Art Gallery is Monroe painter, Anne Eberle.
When Eberle moved to Monroe one of her first purchases was a book, "The Southern Gardener." The rich soil and warmer, wetter climate of the area led to high expectations and a joy in the available beauty in local gardens. Eberle feels nature offers a serenity not easily found elsewhere. She said, "I offer homage to beauty that lies all around us."
In this exhibit Eberle returns to one of her first and lasting loves, the beauty of flowers. Titled "A Touch of Floral", the exhibit displays some different approaches to painting flowers. Watercolor is her first choice as a medium for this endeavor, as she feels it lends itself to the transparency and delicacy found in flowers.
Graduating from Purdue University in Applied Design, Eberle worked for Hallmark, Inc. and later taught silver jewelry making. She has a Masters in Painting from then Northeast Louisiana University. Eberle has taught watercolor in the Monroe area. She has had many paintings accepted in exhibitions and many works held in private and public collections.
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