Luminous. Dramatic. Joyful.
Mitch Caster is a Colorado-based fine artist and life drawing instructor. In his oil paintings, pastels, and drawings, his subjects come to life with exceptional use of light and shadows, and extraordinary depth.
“I’ve been painting and drawing for as long as I can remember. After many years as a news and courtroom artist, I covered some of the nation’s most notorious trials, and now want to concentrate on showcasing the positive aspects of the world. I love capturing bits and pieces of the good that is around me.”
Current and Upcoming Exhibitions and Events
May 11 – June 9
Opening Night Gala, May 10
The Colorado Governor’s Art Show & Sale is one of the largest fine art shows to exclusively feature Colorado artists, and is endorsed by the Governor of Colorado. It introduces the public to 62 of Colorado’s top fine artists. The show is truly “Art with Heart,” as it benefits Loveland and Thompson Valley Rotary Clubs’ charitable projects and causes.
The National Oil & Acrylic Painters’ Society (NOAPS) invited painters from all across North America as well as International Artists, and honors the very best in oil and acrylic painting.
Image: Taos Hollyhocks, 20 x 20
Award Winner: Best Use of Light and Color
Minnesota Museum of Marine Art
Through May 5
Founded in 1978, the American Society of Marine Artists (ASMA) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to recognize, encourage and promote marine art and maritime history. Reflective Impressions is the 19th national member exhibition featuring more than 100 of the best contemporary marine artists in the United States. The exhibition showcases the artists’ finest work, drawing inspiration from each individual artists’ relationship with water. Artworks include paintings, watercolors, drawings, sculpture, scrimshaw, and mixed media.
Image: Marshall Point Lighthouse, 12 x 24