Kinnaman returns to Tahoe Art League Meeting |

Kinnaman returns to Tahoe Art League Meeting

Staff reports

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The Tahoe Art League will welcome Roger Kinnaman as the demonstrator for its April 13 meeting, at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center.

Roger Kinnaman has been a working artist for thirty-five years. He graduated with a master’s degree from Indiana University and taught at the college level for a number of years. He taught at Lake Tahoe Community College between 1977 and 1995. More recently he has been living and teaching in Reno.

A multi-talented artist, Kinnamon works in oil, pastel, acrylic, charcoal, clay and stone. His largest painting is an 8 foot by 21 foot architectural scale acrylic for the conference room of the South Lake Tahoe School District. Roger’s works are rather large, generally in a 30 inch by 40 inch range. The diversity of his landscapes, leaf studies, ballerinas and belly dancers can be viewed at His demonstration, for TAL, will include “Bits and Pieces” in the pastel medium.

Roger’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited in more than 100 one-man and group exhibitions including participation in a dozen exhibits in five museums. He is in the permanent collection of the Nevada Museum of Art, The Indiana University Fine Arts Museum, The Perry Foundation, Harrah’s, US Bank and Embassy Suites Hotels, Renown Regional Medical Center and Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center, as well as a number of private collections. Roger has received grants from the Sierra Arts Foundation, the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

For greater detail about Roger’s career and accomplishments, refer to his resume:

Those interested do not need to be a member of TAL to attend the presentations. Presentations are meant to educate/benefit the community. TAL’s monthly meetings are held at the SLT Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd., the second Wednesday of the month, from 7 to 9 p.m. with the presentation at 8 p.m. For more information on TAL, visit

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