About Rainier League of Arts

Rainier League of Arts” is a non-profit art club located in Tacoma, WA. Meetings feature artist demonstrations of techniques and materials such as: Oil, watercolor, pastels, colored pencil, charcoal, acrylic, 3D art, photography and mixed media. “Rainier League of Arts” club shows art in local area venues. Fred Oldfield was one of the founding members, some current members are also professional artists. The club was started in 1968 by Roseli Souza, Paul Chalk, Hazel Gibbons, Fred Oldfield and Aletha Deuel. “Rainier League of Arts” welcomes new members including fine artists, photographers, as well as new emerging artists. There is no fee to attend the first meeting, after that, yearly club dues are $25 for 2018-2019. “Rainier League of Arts” (RLA) meets the third Tuesday of each month at 7PM at the Mid-County Community Center, 10205 44th Ave. E, Tacoma, WA (Located behind Central Avenue Elementary School) No meetings in July, August or January. December's Holiday Potluck in lieu of meeting.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Denise MacDonald

Artwork by Denise MacDonald:



Colored Pencil by Denise MacDonald
"Aged to Perfection", Colored Pencil, 8in x 10in, by Denise MacDonald, private collection



Colored Pencil by Denise MacDonald
"Beauty and The Beach", Colored Pencil. 16.5" x 10.5", by Denise MacDonald, private collection, Giclee print available


Colored Pencil by Denise MacDonald
"Cattitude", Colored Pencil, 9in x 12in, by Denise MacDonald


Colored Pencil by Denise MacDonald
"First Dance", Colored Pencil, 24" x 26", by Denise MacDonald, private collection


Colored Pencil by Denise MacDonald
"Heartbreaker", Colored Pencil, 8"x 11", by Denise MacDonald, private collection



Colored Pencil by Denise MacDonald
"I'm This Many", Colored Pencil, 12.5" x 12.5", by Denise MacDonald, private collection



Colored Pencil by Denise MacDonald
"One of a Kind", Colored Pencil, 8" x 10.5", by Denise MacDonald, private collection



Colored Pencil by Denise MacDonald
"Shoelace", Colored Pencil, 8" x 10", by Denise MacDonald,  private collection