RuberryArtPatch

RUBERRY ART PATCH

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RuberryArtPatch

RUBERRY ART PATCH

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Karen Ruberry

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Karen Ruberry

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NO POSTAGE AND HANDLING on anything in my shop! Check it out. If you are local, and will pick up, I will give you a 10% discount.



Two paintings were on exhibit at the offices of state delegate, Michelle Guyton, in Annapolis, MD. They were “Snowy Red Wagon” and “Searching.” Both are for sale, and prints available upon request. There is also a painting, “Autumn Roads” in the offices of Delegate Nino Mangione. Thanks to both of them for displaying my art work.

My painting, “Glorious Sunflowers” has been chosen by the Ronald MacDonal Baltimore Foundation, decorating the new Ronald MacDonald House, opening in May, 2019 in Baltimore. I am honored to have it hanging there! Giclée prints are available in my shop of that painting.

I am teaching watercolor at Edgemere and Seven Oaks Senior Centers through the Community College of Baltimore County. Check with the senior centers to sign up.

PLEASE FAVORITE MY SHOP AND THOSE PAINTINGS YOU LOVE!
It gives me an idea of what people are looking for, and your comments and messages are always welcome!


Pictured above:
“Georgia Bridge,” matted and framed. See my listings for price.

Giclée Prints of new original paintings are available upon request, $60 each.
Please message the artist if interested.

All Giclée prints are Edson Ultrachrome K3 inks on Hahnemuhle William Turner Watercolor Paper 310 gm. The paintings were originally scanned on TTI Digital Copystand with a Betterlight 8000 Digital Scanning Back. Thank you Archival Arts.

@2019Karen Raukko Ruberry
All art is the property of artist, Karen Raukko Ruberry, and may not be reproduced, resold, or used in any form without the artist’s written permission.

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Last updated on Feb 4, 2020

NEW! NEW!

NO POSTAGE AND HANDLING on anything in my shop! Check it out. If you are local, and will pick up, I will give you a 10% discount.



Two paintings were on exhibit at the offices of state delegate, Michelle Guyton, in Annapolis, MD. They were “Snowy Red Wagon” and “Searching.” Both are for sale, and prints available upon request. There is also a painting, “Autumn Roads” in the offices of Delegate Nino Mangione. Thanks to both of them for displaying my art work.

My painting, “Glorious Sunflowers” has been chosen by the Ronald MacDonal Baltimore Foundation, decorating the new Ronald MacDonald House, opening in May, 2019 in Baltimore. I am honored to have it hanging there! Giclée prints are available in my shop of that painting.

I am teaching watercolor at Edgemere and Seven Oaks Senior Centers through the Community College of Baltimore County. Check with the senior centers to sign up.

PLEASE FAVORITE MY SHOP AND THOSE PAINTINGS YOU LOVE!
It gives me an idea of what people are looking for, and your comments and messages are always welcome!


Pictured above:
“Georgia Bridge,” matted and framed. See my listings for price.

Giclée Prints of new original paintings are available upon request, $60 each.
Please message the artist if interested.

All Giclée prints are Edson Ultrachrome K3 inks on Hahnemuhle William Turner Watercolor Paper 310 gm. The paintings were originally scanned on TTI Digital Copystand with a Betterlight 8000 Digital Scanning Back. Thank you Archival Arts.

@2019Karen Raukko Ruberry
All art is the property of artist, Karen Raukko Ruberry, and may not be reproduced, resold, or used in any form without the artist’s written permission.

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About RuberryArtPatch

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Retired and loving painting! I love color and love to play with color in my paintings.

Karen Raukko Ruberry grew up on the shores of a small, quiet creek in southeast Baltimore County, loving and enjoying the water and rural farm fields surrounding her childhood home. She still lives in northeast Baltimore County. The rural life of Baltimore County, Maryland and Pennsylvania are captured in her paintings. Her memories of life on the Chesapeake takes the viewer on a rambling tour through the region. She also paints flowers from her gardens, and gardens in the surrounding areas.

Her interactions with art began with projects in elementary school and high school that included watercolor painting. She attended MICA, CCBC and graduated with honors from Goucher College with a B.A. in Art, and has a M.Ed from Loyola University.

She has worked in education at the Walters Art Museum and later in the graphic arts, sewn and sold cloth dolls, and made handmade greeting cards. Mrs. Ruberry taught art at St. Ursula School in Parkville, MD for over 20 years, and home school art for the Y of Central Maryland. She returned to painting in watercolor when she retired, studying with James Drake Iams, Dorothy Bishop, and of late, Jennifer Kohn Murtha, Barbara Schmid, Susan Crouch, Joanna Barnum, Brenda Swenson, Janet Rogers and Shirley Jenkins. She is a member of the Baltimore Watercolor Society, Artist Compound LLC, MAPAPA, and the Art League of Ocean City.

Karen teaches watercolor at Seven Oaks Senior Center and Edgemere Senior Center through CCBC as an adjunct professor.
Karen has shown her works through Artist Compound, LLC. at the Hotel Brexton show in Baltimore, won awards at Seven Oaks Senior Center, Rosedale Senior Center, and the Maryland Senior Expo and the Maryland State Fair.
She has had art work on display at the Delegates' offices in the State House in Annapolis (spring, 2017), curated by The Artists Compound of Baltimore, and exhibits (March-June, 2017 and March-June, 2018) at BWI Marshall Thurgood Airport, "Historical Maryland" and “Winter” through the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County .
She has had a show at Launch Workplaces in Gaithersburg, MD November-January, 2018, curated by the Artist Compound.
She took part in Art A Day 2018 and 2019, exhibited at Joe Squared in Baltimore’s Station North.
In the spring of 2018, her painting, “Autumn Valley,” was juried into the Overlea Artfest.
In the summers of 2018 and 2019, she participated in, and exhibited with the Artist Plein Air Event in Ocean City, MD.
In October/November 2018 she exhibited at Quiet Waters Gallery, Annapolis, MD with the Baltimore Watercolor Society.
She has had her work on display at state Delegates Michele Guyton and Nino Mangione’s offices in Annapolis in 2018/2019.
She has had several exhibits through BCPL at Parkville Public Library.

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