Impressions of Southwest Ohio – Howard Krauss

Representational art was first used to spread news, document the lives of people, and preserve ways of life.  People gathered to see the latest artistic interpretations.  Today more people watch TV or go to movies in one day than visit all galleries and museums combined.  In this exhibit, I try to capture moments in time that preserve their places in history.

Howard Krauss is a watercolor artist who maintains a studio at the Oxford Community Art Center. Howard paints primarily in watercolor and teaches art classes at the art center, various locations in this country and abroad. His paintings reflect places he has visited. Many of Howard's works are done plein air.