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
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
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
As always, I love this month’s birds.
Art from the Wednesday Studio will be on display starting this Friday, December 7, in the Adult Student Show at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop gallery. Here’s what the exhibit … Continue reading
Fran Tomlinson’s work on this pastel falls in the category of Ripley’s Believe It or Not, or perhaps painting the Sistine Chapel. The picture in the upper left is the … Continue reading
I love the birds that flew in this month! Here they are.
Editor’s note: In this post, Pat describes her approach to art. Her pastel Peachy Keen is currently part of the show “Summer Work” at the CHAW Gallery, 545 7th Street, SE, Washington, DC. Pat … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading