6:30 - 7 pm: Members' Painting Salon
Remember to send in your recent artwork by Nov 8th to
Andrea Naft. Note TITLE and SIZE. Back story
about painting to share is appreciated.
If you want to ask for opinions, the members can leave their
critiques in the chat room, which will be recorded and
emailed to the artists who participated in the Art Salon.
7:00 - 7:15 pm: President, Linda Luke, gives club updates
7:15 - 9 pm: Demonstration
Our demonstrator will be a remarkable photo-realist watercolor artist from Mississippi. Laurin McCracken combines many of the skills he learned as an architect with his experiences of studying art history, drawing, taking photographs and visiting many of the world’s leading museums to use as a watercolorist. His paintings have been included in multiple shows in China and included in many publications, both national and international.
From his artist's statement:
I am a realist watercolorist whose work is largely influenced by the Dutch and Flemish Still Life painters of the 16th and 17th Centuries.
My goal is to record the world around me with a high level of detail. This is not a painting style that is typically associated with the medium of watercolor. Look closely at one of my painting and you will not only see the objects in the paintings, but you will also see reflections of other objects within the very objects I paint.
P.O. Box 6030
Annapolis, MD 21401
The Annapolis Watercolor Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.