"In all creation, only mankind has the ability to pick up a pen, pencil or brush and render an understandable visual idea -- truly we are made in the likeness of God, our Creator." --ag
Ada German’s art was mostly drawing and sketching from childhood until introduced to oil painting in Oregon through a Department of Recreation program. She studied with European-taught artist, Richard Grove of Ashland. Her formal studies were at the Kachina School of Art in Phoenix, Arizona and portrait studies with renown Muralist and Portrait Artist Jay Datus in Who's Who in American Art.
Before moving to Idaho, Ada was a juried member of the prestigious Arizona Art Alliance. Her portraits and other artworks are in private collections in the U.S. and abroad.
Her chosen style is a mixture of Realism and
Impressionism painted in acrylic and/or oil on canvas or panel board.
She is an active member of the Coeur d’Alene Art Association.