In My Opinion Pat Grabill Since I took my first watercolor class at the end of the 90's--thanks to an Eli Lilly Foundation summer Teacher Creativity Grant--I have enjoyed making friends in the Watercolor Society of Indiana and learning that I can recognize without looking at the name on a painting those painters whose work I admire very much. For example, I don't have to
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DUE TO A GAS ISSUE AT THE LAWRENCE LIBRARY TODAY'S MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED!
I have a painting in my studio that is close to being finished, but here's my question: When is a painting really finished? How does an artist know when to STOP? Joe DiGuilio presented a wonderful workshop for WSI several years ago, and I asked him the same question. His answer was, "I'm done when my wife Sharon says, 'Joe. Step away from the painting.
As a consumer and recycler, I am disappointed by the volume of paper that arrives in our mail every day. We go through the process of tearing off the addresses on catalogs, etc., and anything else we don't want to keep (which is most of our mail), and then the remaining items go into our recycle bin. Our recyclables are picked up every other Friday,
Happy New Year to all. I am sitting at my computer as I write this blog piece looking out onto a snowy, cold winter landscape. It seems to me that we've had fairly mild winters in Indiana the past few years, but this year has been tough for those of us who prefer sunny skies and warm days. Snow is pretty--but it's not THAT pretty.
Sign Up Now for Waycross 2018! April 20-22nd. Featured Artist, WSI member, Donna Arnold, WSI See Flyer below for more details
The 2018 James C. Lentz Memorial Art Scholarship Application is now available. All applications are due March 1, 2018. 2018 Scholarship Application
WSI will be welcoming Sandy Maudlin to conduct our Fall workshop. Sandy will be conducting a 4 day workshop from October 29 - November 1, 2018. More details to follow!