Watercolor and Pastel Artists at CHAW
Here’s what I’ve seen lately from my fellow Wednesday Studio artists.
Tara Hamilton has done an elegant and beautifully rendered watercolor painting of flowers.
Vince Iannacchione sketched this sculpture by Arturo Martini when he was on vacation in Rome (Vince, not Arturo, though, who knows, Arturo might also have been on vacation when he did it.) The sculpture is untitled, but is likely St. Francis, according to Vince. It is outside the Basilica Santi Cosma e Damiano, which is near the Coliseum.
Wan Lee finished the fabulous watercolor he was working on when we were sitting side by side in the studio. The dimensions are 20″ by 14″. I have never worked on a painting that big, and Wan’s meticulous work covering so much territory always amazes me!
I feel compelled to add something from myself, even though it’s still not finished. So here are two kitties I am working on from a postcard (I’ve had this book of kitty postcards for decades, and I’m now mailing them to friends and family who are shocked–SHOCKED–to receive something via snail mail).