The Wednesday Studio

  • The March of the Chickens and Roosters
    We did it! We worked hard, we played hard, and now we are the Artists in Residence at Iona in NW Washington. Our work (over 100 pieces) will be there until November 15. You’ll hear more about the gallery in future blog posts. We had a crazy idea to paint hens and roosters to be shown along with our other art. We each did one bird, and if you don’t think they are just the bomb, then you should just go crack corn. Or something. Here they all are. Linda ... Read More
    Published on Wednesday, September 13, 2017By wisemarian
  • September Draw-a-Bird Day Garners Two Woodpeckers, an Egret, and a Peacock
    d Here are the wonderful birds submitted for this month’s DAB-Day, September 8. Linda Norton: Pileated Woodpecker. Colored pencil. Hattie Babbitt: Magellanic Woodpecker. Watercolor. Vera Armstrong, age 6. Peacock. Colored pencil. Tom Eichenberger: Great Egret. Wood and acrylic paint.   Please remember that EVERYONE can play on DAB-Day. The Wednesday Studio blog welcome submissions from anyone who loves birds. Actually, even anyone who doesn’t like birds, but wants to draw or paint or sculpt one. Take a photo of your bird and email it to [email protected] Next deadline: Midnight, October 7. ... Read More
    Published on Saturday, September 9, 2017By wisemarian
  • Ellen Cornett has one-woman show opening at Marymount University
    The Barry Gallery at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia, is featuring pastel and charcoal drawings by Wednesday Studio member Ellen Cornett. Here are a few of the works in the show: The Princess and the Pea The Herd Mr. McGregor Lapful of Bunnies Bremen Town Musicians The show opens September 7, and will close October 8, 2017. If you hurry, you can join Ellen at the opening reception on Thursday, September 7, from 5 to 7 pm.  The gallery is on Marymount’s main campus at 2807 North Glebe Road.   ... Read More
    Published on Wednesday, September 6, 2017By wisemarian
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