Original Plein Air Paintings Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Washougal artist Jean Hauge uses watercolor, acrylic, or pastel to capture experiences en plein air, often in the Columbia Gorge. After one or two studies, Jean transfers memories of places onto paper or canvas in her studio. She may add people and animals that may have been present during the process of painting outdoors.
Mrs. Hauge is best known for her collaboration with Spokane Indian artist George Flett in the creation of Red Dawn: Spokane Indian Legends of Emily Phillips (2011).
Jean Hauge is a Juried Member
You may visit Jean’s work online at JeanHaugeArtworks@Facebook.com.
The Old Squeezers
Veteran’s Day in the Rain
Granary at Eagle Cap
Winter Welcome to Aniche
The Evening Snow