Monday, November 4, 2013

WATERCOLOR SOCIETY MEETING AND PROGRAM

Our November meeting will be one you may not want to miss if you're in the area.  
Taft Museum of Art Curator, Tamera Muente, will give a talk and a PowerPoint show of paintings from Winslow Homer's Andirondack watercolors.  Tammy gave an excellent talk and show of John Singer Sargent's watercolors last year and received such a great response to that program that I was asked to bring her back to talk about another favorite watercolor artist.  

The meeting is Wednesday, November 6th from 10 - 12 at The Cincinnati Art Club building on Parkside Place in Mt. Adams.  Come join us and learn more about Winslow Homer and his Andirondack inspiration for some of his amazing watercolors.  This will be the closest thing to viewing Homer's work in a museum.


3 comments:

CrimsonLeaves said...

That sounds like a wonderful presentation! Wish I could go!

Helen K. Beacham Fine Art said...

You all are so lucky to have such great topics on the agendas! Wish I live close by!

RH Carpenter said...

Helen, I am very proud of the work I've done as Program Chair (a two-year appointment done as a volunteer for the group) to get a variety of good quality artists and speakers each month. My term ends in March 2014 and they, apparently, can't get anyone else to do it so not sure what the group will become since it's mostly about the programs drawing people in.

Sherry, you are welcome to come any time but I have a feeling it's a LONG drive for you!