At our March program, Ryan Delgado spoke about his artistic journey from formal art education to self-study through the use of books, including “Classical Painting Atelier” by Juliette Aristides. Ryan also shared that he is inspired by the works of Velasquez and Cesar Santos. You can see some of Ryan’s recent work at the Hilliard Gallery’s 12th Annual Contemporary Figurative Art Show through May 25th, 1820 McGee Street, KCMO.
The Raytown Artists’ Association program for February was presented by member Jodi McGee. After a brief presentation on the materials and tools needed to create various jewelry designs, Jodi assisted attendees in making bracelets.
More of Jodi’s work can be viewed at local craft sales. Such as Raytown South’s Craft & Vendor Fair on March 2nd located at 8211 Sterling in Raytown, MO.
Thank you Jodi!
All of the participants in our Saturday, July 21st workshop went home with a lot more knowledge of color schemes and knowing how to use their handmade colored tissue in collages. The workshop was given by Erlene Flowers and enjoyed by all.
Visit Erlene’s website for more examples of her talent.
At our April meeting local watercolor artist Phil Schmidt demonstrated how to paint the sky; during his demonstration he was quite candid and informative with our members and quests.
He shared his artistic journey starting with being a “hobby” painter to becoming a professional painter. His catalyst? Conversations he had with displaying artists of the Plaza Art Fair a scant four years ago!
More of Phil’s wonderful work may be viewed on his website.
Thank you Phil for sharing your talent with us!
Our longstanding and talented Raytown Artists Association members Joyce Veazey and Diane Brown are displaying at the Roeland Park City Hall during the month of March with a reception on Friday, March 23rd from 5pm to 8pm.
Several of member Mary Maude’s ceramic sculptures will be part of the group show, “Synesthesia of Song” at the Drury on C-Street Gallery with an opening this coming Friday, March 2nd and continuing through March 30th. Mary Maude’s sculptural creativity derives from music and fits right in with the “Synesthesia of Song” theme of putting music into other mediums of art.
Drury on C-Street Gallery is located at:
233 E Commercial St, Springfield, MO 65803
Member Dawn Thomas will be leading a watercolor workshop at Images Art Gallery for artists who are familiar with watercolor and want to improve on their composition and technique. The cost is $100 dollars due on or before the first session, Monday March 5th from 1pm – 3pm. There will be a total of four sessions each meeting on a Monday in March.