A trio of talented, tenured and diversified painters are the featured artists in Fine Line Designs Gallery’s third and final exhibit of the 2022 season. The exhibit kicks off with an artist reception on Aug. 11, 4-7 pm, with artists Richard Patt, William Millonig and Allan Servoss on hand for the event. Servoss will be conducting a colored pencil demonstration on Aug. 12, 11 am – 1 pm.
Patt’s childhood on a farm and the rural setting around him filled him with a “residue of images that have remained with [him] to this day.” Working exclusively in acrylics, he paints diverse representations of barns, fields and rolling landscapes with bright hues and gritty textures.
Millonig has a blend of influences – being exposed to art at a young age by his mother, earning undergraduate and graduate degrees in Biology, a love for the writings of Aldo Leopold and an avid outdoorsman father. Millonig lives and works in the heart of Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine, using traditional techniques to capture wildlife, landscapes, cityscapes, still lives and people.
Servoss, one of Fine Line’s longest represented artists, currently works exclusively in colored pencil. He brings viewers into his work by drawing and painting just the necessities of a particular place or a moment in time. Drawing only from his memory and his imagination, he strives to create landscapes that are “someplace but not anyplace.”
Exhibit III is on display through Sept. 16. For more information, visit finelinedesignsgallery.com.