A group of artists studying technique from instructors Dorothy Hale and Susan Liskey will exhibit their work through March and April at the Klamath County Museum’s Modoc Gallery.

Hale meets weekly with adult students to teach use of watercolor, colored pencils and pastels. She shares ideas on mixing colors and use of different brushes to achieve great results in finished paintings.

Liskey offers instruction in oil and acrylics, with a focus on blending colors on canvas and softening edges with a fan brush.

“There is a special brush for every project, from a 1/8-inch brush to a 2-inch brush, and you never stop learning how to use them,” Liskey said.

Exhibitors include June Bell, Luisa Freeman, Billie Hagerman, Penny Hansen, Melinda Hopper, Grace Johnson, Mary Johnson, Annie McDougal, Pat McLaughlin, Helen O’Hara, Manuela Pascual, Peyton Prosser, and Mary Rabe.

Admission to the gallery is free during regular museum hours, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

For more information contact the museum at (541) 882-1000.

“Lighthouse” by Helen O’Hara is among the paintings that are on display through April in the Klamath County Museum’s Modoc Gallery