Galleries where you can see my artwork
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Located at Historic Savage Mill
4600 Foundry Road
Savage Mill, MD 20763
(Cotton Shed (or Barn) building)
The staff at HorseSpirit Arts Gallery are some of the nicest people I've ever met.
See some of my art they carry in their online store.
Columbia Art Center Gallery Store
A few of my smaller paintings are available in the gallery store.
Call for their hours: 410-730-0075
Visit them at:
6100 Foreland Garth Columbia, MD 21045
Links to Art Organizations
April M Rimpo is a signature member of seven watercolor societies, the International Society of Acrylic Painters, and the International Society of Experimental Art (ISEA). You can learn more about these organizations below. Each society has their own set of criteria for achieving Signature status. Most commonly the criterial for Signature Artist is acceptance in three annual juried exhibitions held by that organization. My status in ISEA recently was elevated to Nautilus Fellowship for achieving a higher number of points beyond Signature Artist.
Baltimore Watercolor Society, Inc. (BWS)
A MID-ATLANTIC ORGANIZATION OF WATERMEDIA ARTISTS The Baltimore Watercolor Society was established in 1885 and is a registered 501 (c) (3) organization.
Georgia Watercolor Society (GWS)
The Georgia Watercolor Society was formed in March 1975 to advance the art of watercolor painting.
Illinois Watercolor Society (IWS)
The mission of the Illinois Watercolor Society is to advance the education and caliber of watercolor painting throughout Illinois.
International Society of Experimental Artists (ISEA)
ISEA was founded in 1991 to create an organization that celebrated experimentation and exploration and provided a way to share ideas and information.
International Society of Acrylic Painters (ISAP)
Our mission was to represent and encourage artists using acrylic media and to promote the use of acrylic by painters worldwide.
Missouri Watercolor Society (MoWS)
The Missouri Watercolor Society recognizes the use of any water based media as long as it is done on paper or a paper product: transparent watercolor, acrylic, casein, egg tempera, gouache and pen and inks.
Pennsylvania Watercolor Society (PWS)
Our mission is to encourage, promote, and enhance water media painting on paper through the education of the artist and the public.