Each month the Capitol Hill Art League selects a theme and challenges its members to create art suitable for the theme. The November CHAL challenge was “Tabletop,” and several Wednesday … Continue reading
This is definitely NOT a lame duck. It’s more like I’m a lame blogger. This poor duck wanted so much to be with the other birds for November DAB-Day, but … Continue reading
From watercolor and clay to a Sharpie and an oil-can spout, artists find a way to render birds for October DAB-Day
Here are the fabulous birds submitted for this month’s Draw-A-Bird Day. Marian WisemanWatercolorist
Ellen Cornett recently sent us a photograph of a six-foot thistle she had seen on her daily walk. Several of us accepted the challenge to render it in art somehow. … Continue reading
Here are some beautiful pieces that Linda Norton has created this summer. This first one is a scene in the Eastern Market neighborhood that we here on Capitol Hill are … Continue reading
As always, I love this month’s birds.
I love seeing so many differences in the birds that people submit for DAB-Day. Not only different birds, but also the differing media and approaches. Here are the July birds!
Welcome to DAB-Day in the Wednesday Studio. You, too, may contribute your rendition of a bird to our DAB-Day blog posts. The deadline for the July DAB-Day post is midnight, … Continue reading
Here are a few works from the Wednesday Studio.
For May 2020 DAB-Day, most birds demonstrate ways to stay safe. This is Pat’s first submission to the monthly DAB-Day fly-in. Truly a beautiful oriole, Pat. Welcome to the Wednesday … Continue reading