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Lucia Rothgeb

Dec 31, 2008 04:00PM ● By Super Admin

Lucia Rothgeb, Placerville Arts Association President, is very involved in the art community of the foothills. As a Cameron Park resident since 1999, Rothgeb has since found herself a member of the El Dorado Hills Arts Association, Sacramento Fine Arts Center, a volunteer at Snowline Hospice, and President of the Pacific Scribes Calligraphy Guild in the South Bay.
 “I echo what every retiree says; ‘when did I have time to work?’” says Rothgeb.

Rothgeb’s interest in drawing and painting began in childhood, and she graduated from San Jose State University with her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts, earned a teaching credential, and later completed her Master’s in Organizational Development at the University of San Francisco. Rothgeb enjoys calligraphy, papermaking, watercolor, acrylic, and collage, and her favorite expressions are through light and color, landscape, still life, abstract, and figurative work. “Several years ago I added a studio to the back of my garage and it has been a wonderful place to work and play at my painting and projects,” shares Rothgeb. 

She has exhibited work in Italy, West Sussex and the UK, as well as Lake Tahoe and local shows in Placerville and Sacramento.

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