It’s been a busy week. Thought I’d take a moment to share some of the recent and upcoming activities I’ve been involved with. First up is the opening of the show with the Hill Country Collective currently displayed at the Old Bakery and Emporium at 1006 Congress Avenue in Austin. This show will be going on into April and has been discussed in previous blogs. I have seven original watercolors hung and have a number or prints available for sale in the bin. Here are some pictures of the venue before the crowds descended!
Next up is another show, The Four Faces of Jesus. discussed extensively on the blog, particularly as it applies to the sculpture, Gethsemane. We finished hanging the show yesterday and it’s now open for viewing at McArthur Hall, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church , 6000 A FM 3237, Wimberley, Texas. All art on display was created by artists attending St. Stephens. Check out the art that can be viewed through April 9.
Last up is the watercolor demo I will be conducting at the monthly meeting of the Wimberley Valley Art League tomorrow at the Wimberley Community Center, Wimberley, Texas located at the intersection of River Road and FM 12. While there you can take in the currently hung show where Arezzo Lancer is currently hanging. Here are two prepped paintings I will use to demonstrate various watercolor techniques frequently seen in my work.The first is a view of Onion Creek near my studio. The second is a scene on the Wimberley Square. Time to get back to the studio and put final touches on the presentation!