On tap this week is a local artist who is a steady presence on the gallery and art festival scene. Rena Brouwer is a watercolorist who has created work and exhibited throughout the Lafayette region and the state of Indiana, and indeed internationally.
Rena is co-owner and directs the Opera House Gallery of Contemporary Art in Delphi, Indiana, where she teaches and exhibits her work. She is also an Indiana Artisan, member of The Brown County Art Guild, Indiana Artists Club, Hoosier Salon, Indiana Plein Air Painters Association, and a Cardinal Fellow member of the Watercolor Society of Indiana.
All of that makes her about as Hoosier an artist as I believe you can get, and her story tells itself.
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