41th Fall Show SECOND PLACE: Artist Priscilla Wicker Title Pink Iris Size H30xW20 Price $850
Each year, WWG holds two annual workshops conducted by an artist with a national reputation that last several days. We offer mini-workshops taught by local artists that usually last one day. Some WWG members also offer instruction in their homes or other locations. These are all great opportunities to learn new techniques and meet other artists.
To view general information for registering, paying, canceling and scheduling for the two annual workshops, scroll down.
One of the member's benefits is a reduced fee for the two annual workshops. Questions contact Show Chair.
Don Andrews is a nationally known watercolor artist and workshop instructor. He has conducted painting workshops throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and Africa for over 30 years. Read more
Carol Carter Coming May 10-14, 2020
Carol Carter growing up in Florida, her strongest visual impression of an environment for human activity is water. Read more
Schedule and Logistics Information: The WWG monthly meetings include a short demonstration from one of the WWG members. The 3rd Third Thursday of every month at the St Mathew's Episcopal Church, 8134 Mesa Dr. in the Northwest Hills area of Austin. The meetings are from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Most workshops are held between 9.30 am - 2.30 pm or later if students wish to stay on and paint. The workshops usually begin with a demonstration or presentation. Members attending will be required to set up their own tables and chairs, and put them away after the workshop is finished. Please get to hall early enough to do this, around 9.10 am. Students may bring lunch, however there will not be a separate lunch break during the day. Students may eat whenever they wish while the workshop progresses. Mini workshops will be advertise in "WetPaint, WWG newsletter.
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