Virtual from my home
7-9:00 pm, Monday March 20
"Having been a career fine artist for the past 45 years has given me the opportunity to grow both personally and artistically. I am very interested in infusing my work with both light and color. The design, shapes and the underlying abstract quality behind the painting are of great interest to me and ultimately determine if the work will succeed. My years as an artist have been about equally divided between the mediums of oils and watercolor. Always a challenge, making art allows one to explore more deeply and inevitably find out more about the maker. The process of painting is what the journey is all about...the resultant paintings are the mile markers along this wonderful journey of discovery. I hope you enjoy my work as much as I did in creating it.”
It’s taken a couple of years of planning to expand our successful pandemic Zoom experience, but
this year we will aggressively return to that useful technology.
Our January, February and March demonstrations will now be done on Zoom so that our many elderly
members don’t need to drive on dark, wintery nights for art conversation and demonstration. Better still, we can draw from a rapidly growing nationwide inventory of artists using Zoom to find wider recognition.
We too hope to gain wider regional recognition -- and increased LCAL membership -- by broadcasting our live local demos and perhaps our popular twice-a-year critiques to non-members over YouTube. Take a look …
January Demo by Sarah Sedwick, oil, Zoom from Oregon studio
February Demo by Sangita Phadke, pastels, Zoom from New Jersey studio
March Demo by Bill Miller, discarded linoleum medium, Zoom from Pennsylvania studio
April Demo by Ken Call, watercolor, live at Libertyville Civic Center, and broadcast
May Critique concluding Spring Membership Show at Waukegan’s Jack Benny Center
June To Be Determined
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