Painting Drop Off 10 -11:30 AM -- BE EARLY Architectural Tour Meet at 11:20 AM View Juried Exhibit Images Rm. 356 Membership show paintings on display at approximately 12:00pm Luncheon beings 12:30 pm Jerry Smith Presentation following luncheon
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Happy April to you! Spring may or may not arrive any day now. As I'm writing this, the weather is sunny and warm, but who knows? It IS the Midwest, after all, and anything can happen weather wise. I love music and I love to dance, so to combine those two loves into an aerobic exercise program, I began going to Jazzercise several times a
I was SO looking forward to meeting Valerie Allen on St. Patrick’s Day at the Lawrence Library. I even had my GREEN all ready to wear. Unfortunately, life had other things for me to do on Sunday, so I missed the meeting. On the WSI Facebook page, I asked for comments about the presentation so I could read about it, and I’ll include some of
2019 Membership Show ApplicationDownload
2019 Juried Exhibit Prospectus MergedDownload
February? Already? It's been a long, cold winter so far, with more to come, but at least in February we can celebrate Valentine's Day and share the love and eat guilt-free chocolates, because they were a gift from a sweetie, right? All of this led me to wonder about the man after whom the day is named. There have been several saints named Valentine, evidently,
The 2019 James C. Lentz Scholarship Application is now available! The application deadline is March 1, 2019. See the link before for more information. Are you a member artist or know an aspiring artist or high school senior? Please pass this application along to your local high school art department. 2019 Scholarship Application
Happy New Year, WSI members and water media artists. Each new year always makes me uncomfortable because it forces me to evaluate myself and what I did/did not do or did not do well in the previous year and make some decisions about what to do better in the coming year. I don't call these "resolutions." I call them "think abouts." My dad used to
Greetings, WSI members and friends. Let me begin by wishing you the happiest of holidays. I celebrate Christmas, but whether you celebrate Christmas or Hanukah or Kwanza, or you follow another faith path and just celebrate with the rest of us at this time of year, I wish you the very best joys of the season and a new year full of good surprises. In
I'm glad it's November for more than one reason. First of all, November brings us one month closer to spring. I am not a fan of winter. It's pretty and everything--especially if you like leaving the white of the paper in a painting--but it's cold. I don't like the cold. An additional reason I'm glad it's November is that Halloween is over. I REALLY don't