THE WEDNESDAY STUDIO

Watercolor and Pastel Artists at CHAW

New Wednesday Studio show explains artists’ process

What did we do last summer? Find out at our upcoming exhibit, Summer Work.

All 15 members of the Wednesday Studio have one piece of art in this show, which will have an unusual feature: Through explanations and sketches placed next to each work, visitors can find out everything they always wanted to know about our art but were afraid to ask. 

Each of us has described our process in creating the finished piece—how we chose the subject, colors and approached attempted, problems encountered along the way, lessons learned.

The show will be in place September 4-29, 2018, with the opening reception on Friday, September 7, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. Hope to see you there.

Here are the finished pieces you will see:

Linda Andreatta. Red Sky at Morning

Linda Andreatta: Red Sky at Morning. Pastel.

Martha Pope Upper Missouri Pastel on sanded paper

Martha Pope. Upper Missouri. Pastel on sanded paper.

Lynne Schlim Yellow Ball

Lynne Mallonee Schlimm. Yellow Ball. Watercolor.

Kay Elsasser Shipwreck Aran Islands, Ireland

Kay Elsasser. Shipwreck, Aran Islands, Ireland. Watercolor.

Nancy Arbuthnot Gull on the Simmering Flats

Nancy Arbuthnot. Gull on the Simmering Flats. Watercolor.

Vince Iannacchione Fluid Mechanics pastel and wc

Vince Iannacchione: Fluid Mechanics. Pastel and watercolor.

Tara Hamilton A Gathering of Tulips

Tara Hamilton. A Gathering of Tulips. Watercolor.

Carolyn Rondthaler LOTUS watercolor

Carolyn Rondthaler. Lotus. Watercolor.

Anne Shields A Scene of Visionary Enchantment

Anne Shields: A Scene of Visionary Enchantment. Pastel. The title is how Merriweather Lewis referred to the white cliffs of the Missouri River.

7 Wan Lee final

Wan Lee: Mouth of the Mississippi. Watercolor.

Fran Tomlinson Final

Fran Tomlinson: Joy at the Piano. Pastel.

Pat Stocks Peachy Keen

Pat Stocks: Peachy Keen. Pastel.

Linda Norton In the Mangrove

Linda Norton: In the Mangrove. Watercolor.

Marian Wiseman Blooms

Marian Wiseman. Dianne’s Spring Blooms. Watercolor.

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4 comments on “New Wednesday Studio show explains artists’ process

  1. Dianne Yunkman
    September 3, 2018

    Lovely!!! Surely wish I could be there to hear all of the backgrounds on these gorgeous paintings!

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  2. Winnie Pannell
    September 8, 2018

    Anne,
    Your painting is even more engaging than the photos of the cliffs. CongratulTions!

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