http://truecom.com/component/content/37-producten/home/48-contact/component/user/draadloos/oplossingen/wlan/oplossingen/draadloos/ In case you missed it / President Recap for – http://jeanninemarie-blog.com/minnesota-wedding-photography/winter-engagement-session-amber-karson/ February 11, 2018
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We welcomed 56 members and 6 guests to our Feb. meeting.
Members were reminded of our “Sell and Trade Book” – for who have extra art supplies. “How to” instructions on the cover of the book.
Tickets sold well for the 50/50 and chance to win!
Febrary 17-Plein Air at Dickson-Azalea Park, 100 Rosearden Drive, 32803
February 24, 2PM – We had a docent-led tour for members of the CFWS for: Towards Impressionism – Landscape Painting from Corot to Monet, the new exhibit at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum on the Rollins College Campus in Winter Park, Florida.
We congratulated the artists who were juried into the 2018 Leu gardens Members Show!
We know everyone worked hard at their art and they would like to show their work to a large audience. Therefore, the CFWS Board has decided that later in the year we will be looking at having a non-juried online exhibit, on our website, so that all members have an opportunity to show their work to a greater audience.
March 3 from 9 – 10 am drop off paintings at Leu Gardens
March 11, 1:45 pm general meeting with demo by our juror Suzanna Winton
March 12,13,14 – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Suzanna Winton workshop at McRae Art Studios.
March 14, 6 – 8pm, Reception in Camellia Room at Leu Gardens
March 25, 2018 1-4 pm. Polasek Pop Up One Day Event of CFWS watercolor plein air demonstrations, and outreach to the public. Check our website for more information and register to paint in the gardens.
After our announcements we were treated to a fascination and fun demonstration by Faye Tambrino. She started with a pour of colors and let the paint do what it wanted. Then she used a variety of tools to add textures to spark creativity. Faye is a wonderful teacher who uses humor and tips in her instruction.
She teaches watercolor at the Mayflower Retirement Community.