PC.02 Gladys Gray
watercolor & collage, 35.75 x 45.5 inches
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Watercolorist, Gladys Gray, grew up in Truckee, CA, where she was a pupil of Rex Brandt and a long-time resident of Lake Tahoe, then moved to the Central Coast in 1951. She was a prolific artist, who began painting the steam engines and the men who worked on them at the SLO train station. In 1977, she helped form the Central Coast Watercolor Society. The Grays were active patrons of the Art Center, and donated generously to the construction of our main galley, which was named the "Gray Wing" in their honor.
National Watercolor Society