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About George Harth

George Harth George Harth, also known as �Trey� by family and friends, lives in Medina, Ohio. He began painting watercolors during high school in Leavenworth, Kansas. George started developing his love of art, at the age of thirteen, while taking private drawing lessons. He grew into watercolor painting and experienced early success. At the age of fifteen, George placed first in Leavenworth�s Annual Art Exhibit of 1960, and he finds that it helps to keep in touch with his youthful feelings. As all artists have learned, it is the �inner child� that brings life and originality to the best paintings.

George has been called a �Renaissance Man� by many of his acquaintances because of his many interests and talents which include writing, photography, painting, and an occasional invention. While he has studied with many well-known watercolor artists in America, his favorites include Harriett Elson, Fred Graff, Hal Scroggy, Skip Lawrence, and Stephen Quiller. His work has been exhibited at the Canton Museum of Art, the Mansfield Art Center, Medina Art-in-the-Park, and in many one person art shows throughout Ohio. His work is in many private collections around the world.

George is a long standing member of the Medina County Art League. His paintings have been accepted by the Ohio Watercolor Society for the Annual Exhibition in 1998, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2015, and 2017. He is also a Full Signature Member of the Ohio Watercolor Society.

George paints with pure transparent watercolor media in a representational fashion. His main goal is to present the viewer with a story to ponder and to bring dramatic life to subjects in the story. This is accomplished by the use of dramatic lighting and by creating interesting viewpoints and arrangements of the subject matter. George invites the viewer to wonder through the story with the interplay of interesting shapes and the subtle interplay of colors. He has a talent for developing a feeling for the mood and atmosphere in the scene that heightens the impact of the visual image.

As a colorist, George uses pure primary colors for greater impact near the focal point of his work. His tendency to use the juxtaposition of complimentary colors adds more interest and excitement to key areas of his paintings. More recently, under the influence of artists such as Steven Quiller, he has increased his use of muted (grayed) colors in areas away from the focal point.