Creating intuitive art is a journey of passion for me. It is a continually evolving process reflecting my life path and experience of nature and the world around me. I continually try to express myself in a deep, organic and original way.
I apply acrylic paint or ink to canvas, wood or paper. I often use water color pencils, paint-pens, decorative paper and other medium that inspires me. My process is intuitive. My style is a blend of whimsical, folk, fantasy, and abstraction inspired by nature, my dreams, my imagination and the mystery and magic of life.
Dawn Gettig is a mixed media artist. She has studied art for years. She continues to explore different expressions of art. Dawn lives an artful life in Kirtland, Ohio with her husband, two daughters and two cats.
Traditional Fine Art training:
Lakeland Community College – Life Drawing, Drawing I & II, Painting I & II, Watercolor Classes
Majored in Art at Solon High School
Watercolor classes with Florian Lawton and Billie Richards
Self Taught and Studied under Flora Bowley 2015 and 2016, Alena Hennessy 2015 and 2016 and Tracy Verdugo 2015
Exhibitions and Collections:
Kirtland Community Center May 2016
Kirtland Community Center Jan 2016
Lakeland Community College Aug 2010
Ohio, California, Georgia, USA
Holden Arboretum’s Leaves Magazine numerous monthly issues in 2001 and 2002