President Kay hosted our November 6th General Zoom meeting and introduced Andy Evansen, our January Premier Workshop instructor. Andy gave us a clever presentation "talking over" a previous recording he had done. This allowed him to fast forward through the drying periods. Enjoy the show and sign up for one or both of his 2-day workshops in January.
Don Andrews was the awards judge for Color My World. His comments on each of his selections are interesting and informative. We are grateful for his thoughtful evaluations of each winning painting.
Check-out this article “Magic Happens When creating Watercolors” featuring SAWG’s President Kay Sullivan sharing her journey with art and volunteering. Kay was recently made artist of the month at SaddleBrooke Fine Arts Guild.
SAWG Online gallery classes, taught by some of our most talented artists/experienced teachers continues. Our newest class, “Drawing for the Fearful” taught by Dru Hill, is offered Tuesday, December 1st. Don’t miss out on this 2 - 3 hour class for only $35. Please share with your friends across the country. All classes are open to the public.
If you missed the completed classes, they are now available as virtual video rentals. Registration is now open on our website under Gallery Classes for Dru’s class, and all of the completed classes for virtual video rental.
Please enjoy this short video that introduce Dru Hill "Drawing for the Fearful" Enjoy!
President Kay Sullivan presided and discussed recent updates within SAWG and on the website. Read here for overview. Continuing with our tradition of having the Premier Workshop instructor presenting a demo at our General Meetings, Kay had the privilege of introducing Don Andrews, the November Premier Workshop instructor.
Internationally recognized artist, Andy Evansen will be delivering two 2-day virtual workshops for the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild, January 12-13, 14-15, 2021. Watch his video below to hear what Andy will be covering in his workshops. To find more information on his workshops visit our Premier Workshop page.
In a climate-controlled storage unit here in Tucson, there are nearly forty very special paintings that rarely get to see the light of day.
Over the years, our founding members and Premier Workshop instructors have donated paintings to SAWG. On occasion, a few have been displayed in the gallery on a rotating basis. We are pleased to tell you that now, for the first time, you are able to view the entire collection on this six-minute video.
We hope you enjoy it!
Check-out this article "Meet Your Makers" from Tucson.com, featuring our very own SAWG Member Sue Emer sharing the impact of art on her life and SAWG.
SAWG Paint Out (Benefitting the Community Food Bank)