|Busy writing, afternoon mini-workshop.|
And then the fun! Warm up writing exercises helped participants get into the mode of fluid, right-brain writing (NOT English-teacher correct composing) followed by discussion of and/or actual practice with topics and techniques "OF A MORE EXPLORATORY AND PLAYFUL NATURE."
|Evening group thinking.|
Just exactly what explains creativity?? A topic we will return to in its many forms...
|Discussion is part of the fun!|
|Presenter Barbara McEvoy in center.|
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Future Events include
February 23, a new exhibit "Good-bye Winter; Hello Spring" two separate times
Noon to 2:30pmand 6-8 pm.
March 9, 6-8 "Here's Looking at You," Gallery Artist Peg Scully will be demonstrating portrait painting with a model on hand. Bring pencil and sketch pad, or just come to watch and chat!
March 23, 6-8 "Seeing with a Photographer's Eye," Gallery Photographer Joel Rhymer will have a power point presentation and discussion about why some photographs are more appealing than others. Bring one or two of your own photos to share and critique.
April 13, 6-8 "Photo Walk with a Professional," Gallery Photographer Joe Viger will do a photo walk starting at the gallery, and discuss photo tips on the way and back at the gallery. Bring photo phone or camera.
April 27, 6-8 "Your Turn," Bring a poem to read, your own or a favorite, or just come to listen and enjoy other perspectives.
May 11, 6-8 "Light, Shadows and Reflections in Our Lives" Gallery Artist Terri Brooks will talk about her fascination with reflections and light and demonstrate how she does this in watercolor. The artist will work from photos and explain what she does. You are welcome to bring your own paints, (come early to set up) but bring your own photos.