January Demo – Watercolor
Thank you to Sam Caldwell for January’s Demo! It was one of our most interesting, informative, and entertaining!
Library Art Changeout
Thanks also to all who helped us switch the art works on display at the Kingwood Public Library. The new wall looks fabulous! Stop by and take a look.
February General Meeting:
February 21, 2017
23320 Hwy 59N
6:30pm Meet & Greet
7:00pm Meeting & Demo
February Demo Artist – Lynda Jung, Experimental Watercolor
Lynda Jung: Sam Houston State University Bachelor of Fine Arts and Advanced Education, retired art teacher, mentor of numerous student winners in juried art competitions, owner of First Choice Art and Designers, member of Watercolor Art Society Houston, Lake Houston Area Art Association, Texas Watercolor Society, top exhibit juried awards winner in WASH, 2016 International Show Art winner, Lone Star Art Guild 2016 Convention Best Floral winner, Conroe 2016 Fall Best of Show Watercolor winner, and regional and state competitions in watercolor, oil, acrylics and mixed media. She is also a gallery exhibitor, married, mother, great grandmother, has completed Glassell School of Art advanced studies, and studied with numerous workshop mentors that has enriched her knowledge and developed her skills to create a portfolio consisting of varied art renditions. Lynda’s imagination, skill, and passion led her to explore the process in using color, value mastery, texture, and experimental collage to create abstracts, impressionistic punk, floral, and scenic paintings. These include watercolor (her preference), oil, acrylics and unusual mixed medium on yupo and various paper surfaces for exhibition, and considerations for private acquisition and enjoyment. Lynda’s paintings may be found in numerous private collections, and Monster Head Advertising Agency in Dallas.
“For me it is all about the art process and the unexpected challenges. As I develop my abstract paintings, I begin with color, making variations in shapes, arrangements, imagery, brushstrokes, and figures which are supplemented by brilliant use of colors to create an effect that an observer will find pleasing and challenging to interpret. You may also note a special blessing on some paintings and my name which appears to be hidden.”
Contact: Lynda Jung
Don’t forget our upcoming Art Show and Competition!
April 8, 2017