Programs are held at the Red House from 10:00 -noon on the 4th Monday of the month.
June 24 we will have a presentation by watercolor artist, Suzanne Shaffer at 10:00 AM and a following 1/2 day workshop that will focus specifically on some exercises to identify your painting style, and then develop thought processes, organizational skills and techniques in approaching your subject matter, resulting in a more fulfilling and fun art experience and project.”
“How many times have you been in an art class where everyone paints the same composition, but each painting looks entirely different from the others? That’s because each of us brings to our art a unique outlook and experience, that we translate into a painting. But how often can we identify our own style, learn to love it, and develop skills to enhance not only our painting, but our artistic experience?
Suzanne Shaffer is a professional watercolor artist, as well as a Clinical Art Therapist. She has taught watercolor at several locations in Asheville, including the Botanical Gardens, Deerfield Episcopal Retirement Center and the College for Seniors. She is a signature member of the Watercolor Society of North Carolina, and also a member of Asheville Gallery of Art.
The workshop will be June 24 from 1:00 to 4:00 and cost $45 each. A materials list will be provided.
Those interested in taking the workshop should send a check for $45 made out to SVFAL and mailed to Stan Skeen 350 Bee Tree Rd. Swannanoa, NC 28778 or put in the money box.
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Red House Gallery
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11:00 -3:00
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is SVFAL Featured Artist
at the Madison Inn
Kaaren McNulty grew up in Michigan and went to Hillsdale College for two years, majoring in art. After realizing she had to make a living, she eventually got a Business degree from Madonna University near Detroit.
Moving to Atlanta in 1984, she had the opportunity to travel extensively with her job, but visiting art museums at every opportunity. She studied art whenever she could, taking classes here and there. When she retired, she moved to Asheville and has immersed herself in the art scene, wishing she could have done this 30 years ago.
She is now an avid supporter of the SVFAL and loves the opportunities that lie ahead to continue her art studies and her art “doing”.
See her work at:
The Madison Inn
15 Dixon Road
Black Mountain NC 28711
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