Out of 600 works of art submitted, paintings by Tara Hamilton, Wan Lee, and Carolyn Rondthaler were chosen for the current “TREEmendous” exhibit at the Hill Center in DC. The … Continue reading
Wan has recently completed a watercolor using the pouring technique. Here are some glimpses of the process and then the final version.
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
When we got together last Tuesday to hang our art in the gallery, it was a reunion for all of us after being out of school all summer. While we … 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
Every year the Hill Center presents a juried exhibition of regional artists, meaning artists from DC, Virginia, and Maryland. This year, Wan’s wonderful painting of chard leaves was juried in: … Continue reading
The opening reception for the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop Adult Student Art Show is tonight. Below are the AWESOME entries from the Wednesday Studio. I am missing one image, which I … Continue reading