Sunday , Nov. 1 WAL event. Unfortunately, the demo by Gad Nusinof scheduled for this upcoming Sunday will not take place as he has come down with the flu. However, the brief meeting scheduled for 1:30 is still on and weather permitting, I am bringing along my easel, prepared canvas and all materials needed to go out plein air painting close by for a couple of hours to capture the afternoon light. Anyone is welcome to join me.... read more
Gad Nusinof will demonstrate painting in oils on Sunday, Nov. 1 at 2pm, preceded by our meeting at 1:30 at the Warwick Senior Center, 132 Kings Highway, Warwick, NY. We will be serving light refreshments during the break. Feel free to bring something for the table if you wish. For more information, email email@example.com or call 845-987-8748.... read more
I would like to reach out to the Warwick Art League membership about doing an Autumn Plein Air Paint Out in the newly accessible Wickham Woodlands ( the former correctional facility off Kings Highway) in Warwick. Weather permitting, of course, I was thinking of going there on Friday Oct 23rd around 8:30a.m. / 9a.m. to catch the early morning by the Wickham Lake. Sugar Loaf Mountain is in the background and the season’s colors should be ripe and riotous. Could also go out there again on Sunday, 25th at the same time to either follow up or start a new one.
Contact me if you are interested in joining me on either or both of those times. 845-987-8748 or firstname.lastname@example.org... read more
The members of the Warwick Art League have been invited by the Warwick Historical Society to participate in a very significant mural project for the newly restored former UAME Church building on Forester Ave. which will be dedicated on Oct. 18th as the African American Heritage Center. They are looking for artists to help carry out the project following the dedication ceremony at which time, the artists who would like help to out can see the murals that are in place with a temporary display of photos to use as resource material for the design of the future paintings. There are 16 panels in all to be designed and painted as time allows throughout the next few months.
This will be a very important historic site destination for our community and furthermore these panels are also designed to be turned around for ongoing changing exhibits and events as well.
Please contact me if you can help out. It promises to be a very stimulating worthwhile artistic experience to be able to work together on this. I look forward to working with you.
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