February 14, 2018, 7:30pm – 9pm
Marlyland Hall – Room 205
There are certain colors that are a challenge to make look natural. Joan’s mixing and blending of color is at the essence of this demo.
One of the most difficult is black. Joan will show how to paint brilliant blacks using her, soon to be famous, Eggplant Still Life painting. (See attached photo) as the model.
She plans to talk about the Jeanne Dobie palette from Jeanne’s book “Making Color Sing” that she has been using for years. Jeanne is a nationally respected American watercolor artist, author, educator, and juror.
Joan Bevelaqua has made a mark on many aspects of the art community. A painter who works primarily in watercolor and oil, Joan has held teaching positions, juried art exhibitions, and directed several galleries. She also has held a number of organizational positions, including serving as President of the Watermark Gallery in Baltimore, Md. and on the Board of Directors for Foundry Street Studios and Gallery in Savage, Md.
Please take a moment to check out her Portfolio of Works at http://joanbevelaqua.com/
Upcoming Demonstrators for 2018
February … Joan Bevelaqua
March … TBA
April … Spring Fling
May … Sue Corrigan Yo
June … Ronaldo Dorado
These demonstrators are subject to change throughout the year.
January … Rob Wood
December 13 … Holiday Party
November 8 … April Rimpo
October 11… Linda Luke
September 13…. Joanna Barnum
June 14th …Ken Karlic
May 10th… Diane Gibson
April 12th ….Spring Fling with Chris O’Neil
March … Pam Wenger
February ….Anne Hathaway Chamberlain
January ….Stacy Lund Levy
December ….Holiday Party
November …. Nancy VanMeter
October …. April Rimpo
September ….Christine O’Neill