Dick Rauh and Joyce Seymoe are having a show. The reception is this Saturday, Dec. 12 from 5-6:30pm. The exhibition runs through Tuesday, Dec. 29 during regular library hours. The majority of works will be available for purchase with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Wilton Library. For information or directions, visit www.wiltonlibrary.org or call 203-762-3950, ext. 213. Wilton Library is located in the heart of Wilton Center at 137 Old Ridgefield Road.
Our botanical art show is ready to go 🙂 The opening is from noon to 4pm this Saturday! Anyone in the area is invited to join us. Many of the artists and their friends and family will be attending. The show will be up for a month so if you can’t make the opening please drop by and see the show another day….Ward Pound Ridge is especially beautiful this time of year, come for a walk and enjoy the day 🙂
Please drop off your art work next week at the WPA Gallery. The gallery is the stone building to the right of the gate at the entrance to Ward Pound Ridge Reserve. You can drop off you work from October 28th-31st.
Click on the pdf file below for labels to attach to your art work. Print out the labels and attach securely to each one of your art works. I will also have labels with me in class.
Spring Art Show! All works chosen for the Spring Art Show must be submitted the first week of May :O) Works should be framed in neutral frames with light matts and wire for hanging, no bracket hangers. Please include a label on the back of each piece with name of subject, medium and cost or NFS (not for sale). The show will be the weekend of the plant sale May 16th, 17th and 18th. I will have sign up sheets in class for the Plant Show Sneak Preview on Friday evening and the show on Saturday and Sunday from 11-3:30. Looking so forward to Spring!!!!
Margaret Anne Robinson first studied classical painting and drawing from 1950 to 1952 with teachers from the Accademia delle Belle Arti at the Pius XII Institute, Villa Schifanoia, Florence, Italy. Upon her return to New York, she pursued a career as a copyeditor, first at American Heritage Books, and later as a freelancer for Art in America magazine and other publications. Returning to painting in her sixties, she earned a certificate in Botanical Art and Illustration at the New York Botanical Garden and participated regularly in juried botanical exhibitions and group shows around the United States including a solo exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden in 1999. She also exhibited regularly in local shows in Croton and other Westchester venues, and was a published botanical illustrator and member of the American Society of Botanical Artists and the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators. There will be a reception on Sunday, February 3, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Because of the devastation of our parks, the power outages, gas shortages and a Nor’easter moving in this Wednesday (ugh!) we will begin classes next week….hopefully life will return to normal for most of us by then…
We will begin a 5 weeks session for $225.00 on Nov. 14th. We will take Thanksgiving week off for travel and cooking! The last classes of the session will be the week before Christmas week followed by our winter break. Classes will start up again the end of January. For details please go to the “classes” section at the top of this page.
I am going to offer a watercolor class in January. It will a basic class in color, washes and mastering details with dry brush. There is no prerequisite. This will be a three day workshop. Supplies and dates and times will be posted in the next few weeks.
We will have a reception this year to celebrate your work over the last two years…a chance for you all to see each others work, and enjoy holiday treats :O) The reception will be December 9th from noon until 3pm. Family and friends are welcome! Bring in you framed pieces the week following Thanksgiving so I can hang the show =) Please bring one or two pieces framed in a simple light wood frames with white mats and wire hangers.
Please donate, if you can, to the Red Cross to help those that are still suffering and have lost so much.