My show at the Alaska House Art Gallery has been extended until April 13. There will another artist reception on Friday, April 5, 5-8pm. Hope to see you there
I will be at the Alaska House Art Gallery again this Saturday, March 16, 1-3pm, here in Fairbanks. I very much enjoyed doing a demonstration painting last weekend and talking with viewers about my current show there.
The Fairbanks Watercolor Society met August 15, 2012, for their annual Creamer’s Field Paintout.
A number of FWS members will be teaching at the Arts Festival starting tomorrow. Go to http://www.fsaf.org for more information and to register or come to the Great Hall at UAF Sunday, July 15, at 2pm.
Among the workshops offered by our members are:
Dan Kennedy Exploring the Natural World (9-3:30,week 2)
Nikki Kinne Watercolor on Yupo (evening, week 2)
Nikke Kinne Portraits in Watercolor (evening, week 1)
Carol Wilbur Abstract Watermedia Techniques (1-3:30pm, both weeks)
Tom Nixon Drawing w/Right Brain (evenings, both weeks)
Gael Murakami Landscape Composition (1-3:30pm, week 2)
Sandra Westcott Zentangle class full
There are also classes being taught by other guest artists (Oils and Acrylics, Watercolor, Experimental Painting, Relief Printing, Digital Photography, Felting, and Art in Healthcare) Please see the website for more information.
Have you ever had paintings that didn’t quite “work”? My friend Rita Osborne asked me to share a table with her at an upcoming Holiday Bazaar and I didn’t have anything to sell. But I also needed to clean my studio. Found that with a little editing, had lots of small work appropriate for greeting cards. And that got me started painting more just so I could cut them up.
I will be selling my original watercolor greeting cards at the UWA Holiday Bazaar at the UAF Wood Center in Fairbanks on Saturday, November 5, 10am-4pm. My table is #102 located on the lower level. The Bazaar takes place both Saturday and Sunday, but I will only be there on Saturday. Parking is free on campus on weekends and there is a shuttle bus from the Taku parking lot off Farmer’s Loop. This is your chance to obtain some original (tiny) work.