Woman on the Pier.
The woman in the folding lawn chair on the pier. . was the one selected by the Ohio Watercolor Society to be in the exhibition at the Zanesville Museum of Art.
Misuk Goltz's Portrait workshop write up and photos are on this web site:
The write up and photos of the June Social and Scholarship winners are on the link below:
Welcome to our June Celebration!
This is our exciting party time and the celebration of our volunteers, awards to our High School Seniors, who will be bringing a sampling of their creativity that made them winners this year. All members are invited to bring two pieces of art for a People's Choice Award. And it's the night for all of us to bring a dish to share and enjoy gourmet creations while listening to fun Musical Entertainment. Come as early as 5:30 to bring your artwork and food. This last meeting of the season begins at 7:00 and then the party begins!
Two portrait painting in watercolor workshops will be offered by Misuk Goltz at the Fairborn Art Association Gallery in Fairborn on June 3, 5, and 6, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 9 am to 4 pm AND at the Hithergreen Center in Kettering, on June 11, 12 and 13, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm. These workshops are for watercolor artists who would like to brush up their portrait painting skills to a higher level and complete a portrait that she/he is inspired to paint.
Susan Bertke will be teaching an 8-week acrylics class on Tuesday afternoons (1:00-4:00 p.m.) from May 21 to July 9, 2013,
at the Fairborn Art Association Gallery located at the rear of Fairborn Senior Apartment Building, 221 N. Central Ave, Fairborn, Ohio.
The class will focus on the sheer versatility of acrylics, with each week exploring a different subject, application technique, and/or support. For example:
SUPPORTS: canvas, paper, cardboard, illustration or mat board…
TECHNIQUES: glazing, impasto, scumbling, drybrush, wet-in-wet, collage, blending, painting with a knife…
EnPleinAir is a juried painting exhibition presented as a collaboration between B-W Greenway Community Land Trust & Fairborn Art Association. It was established in 2009 to heighten public awareness of our local greenspaces and the need to preserve them, as well as to foster an interest in painting from nature. Each year a different location in the Fairborn, OH, area has been chosen as the subject of the paintings. The 2013 location is Downtown Fairborn. See the attached prospectus for complete information.