Would you like to share your artwork and ideas with other artists? Don’t be shy! Do you need some tips, comments, or positive remarks to help finish a certain piece you are working on? Please bring 1-2 W.I.P. (works in progress) to our zoom monthly art critiques. Open to all members and free! You can also just sit in and watch/listen if you like or add your “two cents”. Online with zoom!
Sundays monthly art critique group will meet January 10 at 4pm with Anne Albright as our zoom moderator. Come one, come ALL and share your work. Anne will send a group invite via our google group email. RSVP your space to receive a zoom invite/password.
Tuesdays morning art critique meets January 12 from 10am-noonish. Please look for emails from our moderator volunteer: Carolyn Rondthaler and RSVP your space to receive a zoom invite/password.
Once a month on Sundays, CHAL members bring 1-2 artworks in progress to get tips, comments, and positive critique from other members. You can also join just to watch. Host: Anne Albright, please contact Anne for the zoom link invitation.
Every month, CHAW’s website and CHAL’s presents a blog called Mind of the Artist. One of our CHAL members submits their own short bio about their artwork along with artwork images.
October, we present: Anne Albright. Anne joined CHAL in 2020 and is on our volunteer Steering Committee while also serving as president of Washington Water Color Association. She paints and continues her studies in watercolors after her 35 year career in IT.
Read about Anne and see her work here: https://www.chaw.org/blog/mind-artist-anne-albright.
If you have not been featured and would like to participate in the Blog, please send a note to our Steering Committee volunteer: Tara Hamilton. We’d especially like to hear from our new CHAL members!
Our neighbor, Hill Center, offers Knife Skill classes several times every year. To tie in with their ongoing classes (next one is Sept. 16 Wednesday from 6-7:30pm), our challenge art theme for August is Knives Out.
Our artists will be posting images/artwork with the theme: Knives Out. Hill Center staff members will chose ONE favorite “knife” image and award the artist a $20 gift certificate, announced the first week of September. You can reinterpret knives in many ways!