Current & Upcoming Events

July 19th 2019 - September 14th 2019

´╗┐IWS Small Waters Show

The Schoenherr Gallery
171 E. Chicago Avenue
Naperville, IL 60540


A national juried exhibition of small scale watercolors limited to a maximum size of 144 square inches. Juror Ingrid Albrecht, selected April's painting "Full Swing" for inclusion. This painting is 14" X 10", which is just barely under the 144 square inch requirement. This is April's second time in this national exhibition, which is held approximate every other year.
August 24th 2019

Introduction to Experimental Watermedia

HorseSpirit Arts Gallery
8600 Foundry Rd, Cotton Shed Building Cotton Shed Building
Savage, MD 20763


The August workshop focuses on the use of Rice Paper to create textures for trees and bushes. April will provide the rice paper. You provide watercolor paper, brushes, and paint. You may work in either Watercolor or Fluid Acrylics. Fluid acrylic come in a bottle and are in liquid form. April generally uses DaVinci Fluid Acrylics or those by Golden. This is not the same as Acrylic Resin paint. Register by calling HorseSpirit Arts Gallery at 301-490-2001. The class runs from 11am through 5pm with a 30 minute break for lunch for $85 per student.
September 7th 2019 - October 26th 2019

28th Annual ISEA International Exhibit

LowellArts

Lowell, MI


The International Society of Experimental Artists hold an annual exhibition and symposium each year. The location of the event moves each year. This year to be held in Lowell, Michigan. Image: April's painting, "Wondering," is one of 95 paintings selected for the exhibition.
September 12th 2019 - September 28th 2019

Student / Faculty Show

Columbia Art Center
6100 Foreland Garth
Columbia, MD 21043


Reception/PotLuck on Sept 14, 2-4pm This exhibition celebrates the work of the Students of Columbia Art Center. Attend the reception and vote on your favorite student piece. 2-D and 3-D art will be on display. April plans to have 3 paintings representing her work based on the techniques she teaches in her Fun with Fluid Acrylics classes.
October 2nd 2019 - October 17th 2019

Color Columbia

Columbia Art Center
6100 Foreland Garth
Columbia, MD 21043


Exhibit featuring painting from the October 26th Plein Air Paint Out. Artists from throughout the region will share their paintings of either Wilde Lake or Lake Kittamaqundi in Columbia, MD. See the Awards Presentation at the Gala and Reception on November 2 from 2-4pm. Maybe you'll go home with a painting you just can't live without. Image: Lakeside - April's painting for the 2017 exhibit. This will be updated after the plein air event n October 26th. Feel free to watch the artists on the day of the painting event.
October 6th 2019 - October 25th 2019

Erase Hate Through Art

Columbia Art Center
6100 Foreland Garth
Columbia, MD 21043


This examination of hate crimes and bullying as seen through the eyes of the artist enters its sixth year in a world of turmoil like no other in its history. Please lend us your works of all mediums as a statement of hope born of acceptance over tolerance. 50% of the proceeds are paid forward to The Matthew Shepard Foundation. Image was April's submission in 2018. It will be updated once April creates her painting for the 2019 exhibit.
October 19th 2019

Intro to Watermedia - Experimental Col

HorseSpirit Arts Gallery
8600 Foundry Rd Cotton Shed Building
Savage, MD 20763


The October workshop focuses on color and simplified shapes. April will have a variety of referencs. You provide watercolor paper, brushes, and paint. You may work in either Watercolor or Fluid Acrylics. Fluid acrylic come in a bottle and are in liquid form. April generally uses DaVinci Fluid Acrylics or those by Golden. This is not the same as Acrylic Resin paint. Register by calling HorseSpirit Arts Gallery at 301-490-2001. The class runs from 11am through 5pm with a 30 minute break for lunch for $85 per student.
November 1st 2019 - November 30th 2019

Erase Hate Through Art

The Chesapeake Art Center
194 Hammonds Lane
Brooklyn Park, MD 21225


Reception 11/7 at 6PM. A continuation of the 2019 Erase Hate Through Art Exhibition. This examination of hate crimes and bullying as seen through the eyes of the artist enters its sixth year in a world of turmoil like no other in its history. 50% of proceeds will be paid forward to The Matthew Shepard Foundation. Image: April's entry to this exhibit in 2016. April will update this once her painting is completed for 2019.

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