Linda Andreatta wins first place in Student Show
Congratulations to Linda for winning first place for her pastel Koi Pond in the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop Student Show. Every adult student at CHAW is invited to submit one … Continue reading
November birds showcase American Democracy
November 8 was Draw-a-Bird Day and also election day. With that in mind, I declared American Democracy to be the theme for November DAB-Day and suggested that contributors draw birds … Continue reading
Honoring Ukraine with Birds on April Draw-a-Bird Day
This month we wanted to pay tribute to Ukraine, and to its people who are so unjustly suffering. All of the birds in this blog post are birds of Ukraine.
Record number of birds submitted to recognize birds of the Anacostia River basin
When we heard about what the current artist in residence at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop is doing, we wanted to play in his yard, so to speak. Which meant … Continue reading
Wednesday Studio well represented in CHAW adult student show
Art by Wednesday Studio members took two of the top three awards and four honorable mentions at this year’s student show at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. The judge for … Continue reading
Lots of birds fly in for November DAB-Day
What a treat to have so many birds in the November Draw-a-Bird Day flock. Here they are!
More art from the Wednesday Studio
Here are some more of the works Wednesday Studio members have been producing.
Lots of birds come home to roost for the April anniversary of the original DAB-Day
Many of you may not know that Draw-a-Bird Day began because of an incident in 1943 when a seven-year-old girl visited her uncle in a war hospital in England. He … Continue reading
New year, new DAB-Day, great birds
What wonderful bird art we have to start 2021. Yes, January 8 was the first Draw-a-Bird day of the year. An exciting development around these parts is that a painted … Continue reading
The Wednesday Studio uncovers the beauty of thistles
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