Opening Day Workshop in the Books

day one

Watercolor Workshop in Art Center of Corpus Christi

The Watercolor Society of South Texas has shown an abundance of professional-level skill with their 46th annual exhibit now featured at the Art Center of Corpus Christi. And today they demonstrated that they know how to run a workshop. I love leading workshops in watercolor, and I have had a few. But there is no describing the speed and skill I saw on this first day of painting, with overflowing enthusiasm among these members. This group of artists had me wanting to go out and paint until dark when our session ended at 4:00 this afternoon. I cannot wait to meet them again in the morning.

Tomorrow is going to be a longer day: we have our session from 9:30-4:00, and then the Art Center extends its hours into the evening, with the Watercolor Society of South Texas holding a reception for their exhibit that just opened, and I in the neighboring gallery having my own artist’s reception for the “Week on the Laguna Madre” exhibit.  We will be there till 7:00.  Outside the Center, the Farmer’s Market will hold its weekly event, and food trucks will line the street.  We’re hoping for a large, enthusiastic crowd.

Thanks for reading.

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2 Responses to “Opening Day Workshop in the Books”

  1. Elaine Jary Says:

    Woo hoo! Wish I could be there.

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