Rita G. Springer
321 Fairway Drive
Anniston, AL 36207
Attended Mary Washington College of the University
of Virginia as an Art Major. Attended Heidelberg University in
Heidelberg, Germany as a student of German in the Interpreters School.
Rita has studied abstract oil painting under Al
Sella, professor of art at the University of Alabama. Her primary chosen
medium is water color which she has studied in France, Italy, Mexico,
Scotland and the United States under such outstanding artists as Gerald
Brommer, Frank Webb, Charles Reid, Zoltan Szabo and Wayne Spradley. She
enjoys painting scenes from her travels
Her works have been exhibited in juried and
invitational shows. She has exhibited work at Brooks and Black Gallery
in Atlanta, the Winter Market of the Anniston Museum of Natural History,
the JSU Visual Arts Members Show, the Watercolor Society of Alabama as
an award winner and at the Fine Arts Building at the Donoho School.
Rita's work is in private collections through out
the southern states as well as such institutions as the University of
Alabama in Birmingham. Her works can be seen
at the Art Works Gallery in Anniston at 921 Noble Street.