Karen Woodall’s Paintings at Gallery Relox 46
By Natalie Woodall
A native New Mexican, Karen Woodall was a fiber artist, but always had a desire, deep in her heart, to paint. Twelve years ago, a door opened; she walked through, and it was time to paint. The opportunity to study art and live in San Miguel de Allende was a gift. Since attending classes at Bellas Artes seven years ago, Karen credits her maestro, Ernesto de la Peña, for her passion, devotion, and inspiration to art. He made it fun and encouraged her.
The work of the contemporary folk artist Karen Woodall
Sun, Nov 16, 3-6pm
Gallery Relox 46
A style developed very quickly and her background in designing pictorial quilts added to color coordination. Like primitive art, Woodall’s art is simple and decorative with rich colors. It has a lot of sophistication underneath, which you feel but really don’t see. More importantly, Karen Woodall’s style offers nourishment of imagination, humor, and wonder. Certainly, this is an art opening of celebration to be shared and enjoyed. On Sunday, November 16, from 3-6pm, Gallery Relox 46 will host a premiere gallery exhibit, introducing paintings by Karen Woodall.