The Wednesday Studio

  • Kay Elsasser works from Italy are in Glen Echo show
    I learned so many things today! Here are some of them: Wednesday Studio watercolorist Kay Elsasser went to Italy for a week this year as part of a trip led by artist Walt Bartman. Some of Kay’s paintings from Italy are in a show at Glen Echo Park in Maryland. (Scroll down to see three of these paintings.) Glen Echo has three art galleries of its own; it also has several resident artists who have their own galleries there. The Yellow Barn Studio, where Kay’s art is exhibited, is one… ... Read More
    Published on Sunday, June 25, 2017By wisemarian
  • Wednesday Studio artists shine at CHAW’s Spring Student Show
    Of the 10 pieces by Wednesday Studio members in the Spring Student Show at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, four won prizes, including Best in Show and the annual  award for best watercolor. These are the winners: Linda Andreatta, Best in Show Award for her pastel Black Ankle Vineyard #2. Lynne Mallonee Schlimm, Maureen Yonis Watercolor Award for Oysters. Linda Norton, Honorable Mention Award for her watercolor First Blush. Martha Pope, Honorable Mention Award for her pastel Sea Island Inlet. Below are  photos of all nine Wednesday Studio works of art in… ... Read More
    Published on Tuesday, June 20, 2017By wisemarian
  • Martha Pope and Tara Hamilton in art show at Dr. Halim’s
    On Friday I attended the open house for the summer 2017 art show in the office gallery of Nishan Halim, a Capitol Hill dentist. Since opening his practice two years ago, Dr. Halim, has featured the work of a number of artists, typically opening a new show every two or three months. Currently, 12 watercolors by Tara and 8 pastel paintings by Martha are on display in the office’s waiting room, reception area, and exam rooms. Of these 20 works, I had previously seen only a few and, as always,… ... Read More
    Published on Sunday, June 18, 2017By wisemarian
  • Draw-a-Bird Day, June 2017
    Another great flock of birds this month. Hill Sparrow by Tara Hamilton. Watercolor. Robin’s Revenge by Anne Shields. Pastel. Birds at the Feeder by Linda Norton. Colored pencil. Untitled by Eileen Leahy. Terra cotta with paint and wax. Baltimore Oriole and Prothonotary Warbler by Lynne Mallonee Schlimm. Colored pencil and ink. Bluejay by Vera Armstrong, age 6. Crayon. Startled by Tom Eichenberger. Pencil. West Virginia Cardinal by Marian Wiseman. Crayon and colored pencil.     ... Read More
    Published on Friday, June 9, 2017By wisemarian
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