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    • 12 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • 31 Aug 2021
    • 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • ONLINE
    2021 ONLINE Mid-Atlantic Regional Watercolor Exhibition

    Exhibition June 12 - August 31, 2021

    Juror of selection and awards: 

    Anne Abgott, AWS/NWS

    EXTENDED Entry deadline April 9, 2021

    Entry Fee: Members $30 (using coupon code 2021MA),  Non-Members $35

    Gold Medal $1500, Silver Medal $1200, Bronze Medal $1000

    Notification to artists by May 10, 2021
    Exhibition   June 12- August 31, 2021

    Online Reception   Sunday, June 27, 2-4pm

    A 20% commission will be taken.  All paintings must be for sale.

    Download the prospectus and instructions for creating and submitting digital image : 2021 Mid-A prospectus for WildApricot v2.pdf

    Submit your images at   (You may view the details of this exhibit by searching for 2021ONLINE Mid-Atlantic, but you must have a free ARTIST login and uploaded images prior to registering for this event.)

    If you have questions, consult 2021 FAQS (revised for ONLINE) and digital instructions.pdf

    If you need help with your jpg file, help is available for a promised $5 donation for catalog support.

    Questions and requests for help can be directed to Sharon Green at

    • 09 Aug 2021
    • 9:00 AM (EDT)
    • 13 Aug 2021
    • 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual
    • 2
    Registration is closed

     This is a virtual workshop

    Watercolor on Aquabord"

    - "Landscapes  

    with April Rimpo

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

    August 9th, 10, 12th, and 13th 2021

    no class on the 11th

    from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

    BWS Member Registration:

    June 5th 2021 10:00 a.m.         $130 

    Non-Member registration:

    June 19th 2021 10:00 a.m.       $145 

    Not a Member? Consider signing up as an Associate

    Registration ends July 26th unless it is filled before. Class size limited to 20

    We are pleased to have nationally recognized artist April Rimpo. She is a prize-winning artist, teacher, demonstrator, juror, and Signature member of six National Watercolor Societies, the International Society of Acrylic Painters, and the International Society of Experimental Artists.  Her acrylic and watercolor paintings have appeared in three North Light Best of Acrylic books and in two Best of Watercolor book, Splash 19, and the Splash 21 publication.

    In this 4-day virtual workshop we’ll focus on creating a painting on Aquabord. This surface has some properties like working on watercolor paper but other properties that lean toward working on more slick surfaces.

    Learn how to work with watercolor washes to produce vibrant, textural paintings. Reference materials and instructions on preparing the Aquabord prior to the class will be supplied via a Workshop Reminder email about 1 month prior to the workshop.

    There will be a step by-step instruction demonstrations, and one-on-one interaction during the class. Knowledge of basic watercolor is helpful. 

    Videos will be recorded and shared daily. They will be available to watch for 30 days.


    April will be doing a landscape with trees, likely including water. She has provided a few references that you can use if you don’t have your own reference, but using your own is highly recommended.  By using your own photo, free from copyright, and of your own design would open more opportunities where you might use your finished painting.

    We're hoping April's sample photographs below will give you some ideas on what you might want to paint. 



    L to R (top to bottom):

    Fall Trees, Springtime by the Stream, Spring Woods,
    Getting Ready to Fish, and Treeline.

    Be sure to order your Aquabords well in advance of the class. It is not unusual for art suppliers to run out of Aquabords and wait for the next delivery that could be a couple of months.

    We recommend you use an 8” x 10” or 11” x 14”.  Working larger on Aquabord is quite different from working on watercolor paper so a small size gives you a higher chance of completing large portions of the painting during the class. 

    Preparing Your Aquabord

    At least 2 or 3 days before the workshop wet the entire surface with water using a wide soft flat, like a hake. Make sure it is very wet and saturated with water then let it sit until it is totally dry. There can be air bubbles in the clay surface that will be released by wetting. Better to do before the class or you first layer of paint will have small bubble marks.

    Please also transfer your image to the Aquabord™ before class.

    Please order your Aquabord™

    early as they are sold out frequently. You can either paint the sides of your board or frame it in a deep Floater Frame as described below.

    • Ampersand Aquabord™ Panel - 8'' x 10' OR
      11" x 14" x 7/8'' deep Cradled (For workshop painting)
    • Ampersand Aquabord™ Panel - 6'' x 6'', 1/8'' (For practicing color blends and layering)
    • Ampersand Floater Frame - 8'' x 10'' for a 7/8'' deep panel, black wood with 3/8” bold edge face OR
      11" x 14" for a 7/8'' deep panel, black wood with 3/8” bold edge face
    • if you don't want to frame, but paint the sides instead, please buy Daniel Smith Watercolor ground

    April will provide a link to her YouTube video in which she demonstrates installing a deep cradle Aquabord panel in the frame. 

    Supply List:

    Brushes: You will need soft brushes either natural hair or natural and synthetic blend brushes to reduce lifting earlier layers of paint.

    #10 or #12 Round (April uses round brushes from KingArt Original Gold Brush (9020) Round or Princeton Aqua Elite Professional Watercolor Brushes.)

    #6 or #8 Round

    #2 Script Liner or Lizard Lick brush (Cheap Joes - CJLL-6)

    ¼” to ½” soft flat wash brush that can hold a lot of paint
    (April uses Cheap Joe’s Dream Catcher CJDC-25 or CJDC-50)

    2” – 4” hake or other soft brush for wetting the Aquabord

    A water mister may be helpful, but not essential.

    Paint: You can use whatever watercolors you have, but recommend you have the 15ml or larger tube watercolor. We'll start with paint from the tube (not dry paint in your palette)

    Download the Supply List for Paint, Brushes, Aquabords, Floater Frames Options and see what April will use during the workshop. It includes links to the supplies in Dick Blick.  Remember to order your Aquabords as soon as you sign up.

    paper towels

    palette and/or butcher’s tray for color mixing

    water containers (2 recommended: 1 for rinsing your brush and 1 for clean water)

    If you have any questions about the class materials, please email April at 

    Check out April's work online at:


    Instagram: @aprilrimpo


    I very much appreciate your thorough preparation and ideas for supplies that were new to us, as well as the excellent guidance ... You're an excellent teacher! Hope to see you again in a workshop.”  Judy Harkins 

    From April's the Last Aquabord™ Workshop

    "I wanted to "Thank you" for this workshop!  You are so organized, professional and Welcoming!  Thank you for being so generous with sharing what you’ve learned. I’m so enjoying listening to you and watching you paint.  It’s just the inspiration I needed." 

    • Price: $130 for all BWS members and $145 for non-members 
    • Please pay online if possible with your Credit Cards. Otherwise, checks should be made out to Baltimore Watercolor Society and mailed to Sabine Yeager at the address below. Please enter the name of the program on your check.
    • For online registration, visit and go to Public Events.
    • Participants will be limited to 16 
    • The program will take place virtually
    • Confirmation of your registration will be sent upon receipt of your check or online payment. Checks must be received within 5 days of registration to be considered as registered. Please reference the check to the workshop.

    Mail checks to:

    Sabine Yeager 

    BWS Workshop Chair 

    11315 Maplewood Dr.

    Ridgely, MD 21660



    80% refund if notified no later than July 28th. Later refunds of 80% are given only if there is a substitute participant.

    Before cancelling remember videos will be recorded and shared daily with the registered students. They will be available to watch for 30 days.

    Please direct questions to our Program Chair

     Aquabord is a Trademark of Ampersand Art Supply

    • 09 Aug 2021
    • 9:30 AM (EDT)
    • 11 Sep 2021
    • 9:30 AM (EDT)
    • 91 West Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157
    • 3
    Registration is closed

    Carroll County Arts Council

    91 West Main Street

    Westminster, MD 21157

    will host an Exhibit for 

    BWS  Signature Members 

     August 9, 2021-September 11, 2021

    Reception and Award Ceremony from 5 to 7 pm on Thursday, August 12th.


    • Opens  June 1, 2021
    • CLOSES ON July 12, 2021 or when it fills up, whichever comes first.


    Registration fee: $10.00

    One Painting per artist

    The gallery will collect 27% of all paintings sold

    Our Exhibit Rules have Changed

    Please read the exhibit rules and regulations that apply to all of our Member's Exhibits. These have been significantly revised to include a variety of new platforms and presentation options.  Other rules have been clarified as well.

    Drop off is at the gallery from  August 2, 10:00-4:00 PM

    2021 and August 3, 10:-7:PM 2021

    Pick up is  September 13,2021 10:00-4:00 PM  and September 14,2021 10:00-7:00 PM  

    BWS now has multiple drop-off and pick-up locations
    and times for this exhibit. 

    Those living in the Owings Mill, North Baltimore area may contact Valerie Anderson at 410-804-2937

    Those living in  Montgomery, Frederick, county and points south and west of D.C. may contact Deb Cohan at

    Those living in Eastern Montgomery, Howard, Carol and Eastern Frederick counties may contact Jeff Turner at or phone # 443-537-0446

    Those living in the Annapolis, South Baltimore, Glen Burnie Area may contact Kathy Daywalt at phone # 410-507-1662

    Please note that your membership in BWS must be current in order to register for this show.

    No refunds (except in the case of the event being cancelled for weather or other reason.)

    On-line payment is preferred, however, if you prefer to pay by check, write the check to BWS and mail it to Jeff Turner, 9314 Old Line Drive, Columbia, MD 21045

    For any questions contact Jeff Turner


    • 05 Oct 2021
    • 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • 06 Oct 2021
    • 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual
    • 16

    Transparent Watercolor

    with Janet Means Belich

    Tuesday and Wednesday

    October 5th and 6th 2021

    from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

    at the Howard County Arts Center

    8510 High Ridge Rd. 

    Ellicott City, MD 21043

    BWS Member Registration:

    August 7th 2021 10:00 a.m.         $130 

    Non-Member registration:

    August 21st 2021 10:00 a.m.       $145 

    Not a Member? Consider signing up as an Associate

    Registration ends September 28th unless it is filled before. Class size limited to 16

    BWS is pleased to have nationally recognized artist Janet Belich teach at the Howard County Arts Center. She is a prize-winning artist, teacher, demonstrator,  and Signature member of American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Pennsylvania Watercolor Society (SGG), Philadelphia Watercolor Society, and the Baltimore Watercolor Society. She has won various awards in those exhibitions.

    Janet resides in Germantown, MD and is a graduate of Westminster College in Wilmington, PA where she earned her BA degree in Art Education.

    "I attribute my love of watercolor to having studied there with Robert Hild, AWS. I have always kept in mind his mantra that 'with quantity comes quality' and so even in the years of moving constantly and raising a family, I painted in an effort to keep skills from rusting. Good thing too, as so much has changed since then, but I still try to be a 'Purist' with drawing and brushwork. I tend to see everything in terms of watercolor...'virtual watercolor glasses', if you will, so my subjects and interests span the gamut. Over the years, I have enjoyed meeting so many wonderful painters and have learned a great deal from the uniqueness each brings to the medium."

    In this 2-day workshop we’ll focus on using transparent watercolors and Gouache, creating a painting using both mediums to create a painting of Janet's choosing. 

    Learn how to work with watercolor glazes to produce vibrant, textural paintings. 

    There will be a step by-step instruction demonstration, and one-on-one interaction during the class. Knowledge of basic watercolor is helpful. 


    Janet: "Observing the intricacies of Indian corn can help one develop skills to paint anything. The simple act of observation is the most important key to telling your story in watercolor...or any medium, really.  We will see shapes and their relationship to each other, the contrast of light & dark values and that dreaded perspective all taught through the subject of corn. 

    With multiple glazes of transparent watercolor we will develop the rich darks that make the light values jump out and add dimension to the flat surface. We'll also compare characteristics of transparent pigments to gouache by looking at paintings done with that medium."

    Janet  will supply a photo reference to be transferred on to the paper before coming to class the first day.

    Janet's Supply List: 

      **PAINT: Any brand of professional transparent, tube watercolor. (I use Daniel Smith (DS) and Winsor Newton(W/N). Bring what you have and don't limit yourself to my brands or color choices. 

             Some of my favorite colors are: W/N Olive Green, W/N Violet (Dioxazine), W/N Cadmium Yellow, DS New Gamboge, DS Undersea Green, DS Quin Gold, DS Quin Gold Deep, W/N Antwerp Blue, W/N Cadmium Scarlet, W/N Alizarin Crimson, DS Indigo, DS Ultramarine Blue, DS Quin Rose, Maroon Perylene, DS Isoindoline Yellow. 

    **PAPER: ARCHES #140 COLD PRESS PAPER. 2 or 3 Half sheet sizes(15"x20") will be good. Plus, smaller pieces to use to test things. 

    **BRUSHES: GOOD quality preferably natural hair or blends of various size rounds. Ones I go to mostly are Winsor Newton or Escoda Reserva #10, #8, #6, #4 and a larger mop brush or one that holds a lot of water. Again, these are what I use but bring what you have. 






    *ERASER (non-abrasive) 






    *Open mind and a tolerance to puns and silly jokes 


    • Price: $130 for all BWS members and $145 for non-members 
    • Please pay online if possible with your Credit Cards. Otherwise, checks should be made out to Baltimore Watercolor Society and mailed to Sabine Yeager at the address below. Please enter the name of the program on your check.
    • For online registration, visit and go to Public Events.
    • Participants will be limited to 16 
    • Confirmation of your registration will be sent upon receipt of your check or online payment. Checks must be received within 5 days of registration to be considered as registered. Please reference the check to the workshop.

    Mail checks to:

    Sabine Yeager 

    BWS Workshop Chair 

    11315 Maplewood Dr.

    Ridgely, MD 21660



    80% refund if notified no later than July 28th. Later refunds of 80% are given only if there is a substitute participant.

    Please direct questions to our Program Chair

    • 25 Oct 2021
    • 9:30 AM (EDT)
    • 28 Oct 2021
    • 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • The Hawthorn Center, 6175 Sunny Spring, Columbia, MD
    • 16

    "Capturing Essence with Watercolor" 


    Keiko Tanabe

    October 25-28, 2021


    Members: July 31, 2021................10:00 a.m. $475

    Non-Members: August 14, 2021.....10:00 a.m. $550

    Not member? 

    Consider becoming an Associate Member for $25/year

    Remember that these popular events sell out fast

    Registration ends October 17, 2021, or when the event is full

    FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION VISIT: and go to Public Events.

    Due to the high demand for workshops, all registrations have to be paid within 5 days of registering. No exceptions please.

    Keiko Tanabe Bio

    Mostly self-taught, she embarked on a professional art career in 2005.  Since then, her paintings have been in many national and international exhibitions, both juried and invitational, and gained world-wide recognition.  Her work has been purchased by private and corporate collectors from all around the world.  She also had her paintings published and featured in leading art magazines and a number of publications in the U.S., Europe and Asia.  A sought-after workshop instructor since 2011, she has conducted more than 230 workshops and numerous live demonstrations around the world.  Her approach to teaching is to help students identify and solve their problems to further advance their technical skills and refine their style. She has frequently served as a juror in art exhibitions both on national and on international levels.  In 2018, she was appointed to the advisory board of the American Watercolor Weekly. She  has several books  and 2 DVD’s published.    She  is currently  a member of National Watercolor Society (signature),  American Watercolor Society (signature), North American Watercolor Artists, American Impressionist Society and Laguna Plein Air Painters Association. Keiko was born in Kyoto, Japan and currently lives in San Diego, California.

    The Baltimore Watercolor Society is excited to feature a workshop with the internationally respected watercolor artist Keiko Tanabe.

    The workshop will begin Monday October 25th and continue through Thursday October 28th 2021 at the Hawthorn Center in Columbia, MD. 


    Proposed workshop curriculum

    by Keiko Tanabe

     Theme:  Capturing Essence with Watercolor



    All levels (basic knowledge & some previous experiences strongly recommended to benefit from this workshop)


    This workshop is designed for those who would like to gain a better understanding of methods and techniques to make a watercolor painting that is simple yet strong.  The goal is to capture the essence of the subject that conveys a certain mood. The process of simplification begins with visualization.  In representational art, this ability to see the end result of a painting, through the mind’s eye, is instrumental in realizing an artist’s vision. Through complete, step-by-step demonstrations, Keiko will show you how to take the initial inspiration, through the simplification process, to an expressive painting that is strong in composition and content that is full of light and atmosphere.

    Subject matters include landscape, cityscape, waterscape and interior. The introduction focuses on the fundamentals including getting to know our materials and seeing things with an artist’s eye. The areas of topic covered in this workshop include: a preliminary drawing and composition, a variety of techniques in paint application and brush handling, what makes a good design, understanding of relationship of dark and light values, planning & intuition, and how to edit complex visual information.

    There will be a demonstration, plenty of one-on-one guidance and a question-and-answer session on a daily basis. A class critique may be conducted at the end.

     For more information about Keiko visit

    All levels are welcome but students should have an understanding of the watercolor medium.  



    *This is a general list.  Some items below may not be for the workshop you’ve signed up for.  You don’t usually need an easel if a workshop is conducted in the studio, for example.

    - Paints: professional quality brands (such as Sennelier, Winsor & Newton, Holbein, Daniel Smith).  My basic palette consists of cobalt blue, alizarin crimson, burnt sienna, burnt umber, quinacridone gold, lemon yellow, cobalt turquoise.  I also include: French ultramarine, yellow ochre or raw sienna, Dioxazine purple, cadmium red, cadmium orange or Winsor orange, viridian, lavender, titanium white.  You may bring your own favorites, too.  Include one color suitable for a monochromatic painting such as neutral tint, sepia, Payne’s gray.

    - Palette: any kind.  Plenty of mixing areas will be useful.

    - Brushes: Large brushes for a wash such as Raphael Softaqua (#6 or 8), Isabey natural hair mop (#8) and Escoda Ultimo (#18 or 20).  Medium-sized rounds (#12) such as Raphael Kolinsky 8494 and Escoda Ultimo or Versatil.  Brushes for details such as Raphael Precision and Escoda Perla (up to #14).  Other brushes useful: liner, rigger, dagger, flat (hake), etc.

    - Paper: rough or cold-pressed; 140 lb (300gm) or heavier; professional quality such as Arches, Saunders/Waterford and Fabriano Artistico.  Please, no student grade paper.

    - Paper Size: For my demos I use 14”x20” (36x51 cm) or half-sheet (15”x22”), and sometimes 18”x 24” (46x61cm).  In an outdoor workshop, a smaller size (12”x16” for example) may be more practical especially for quick studies.

    - Others (required): Drawing board, gatorboard, foamcore or anything that supports paper (If you use a block, this will not be necessary.), masking tape, clips, or staplers to secure paper to the board, Pencil (2B, 4B or 6B) & eraser, Sketchbook or drawing pad for thumbnail sketches and small studies, Container for washing brushes, towels or sponge

    - Others (optional) e.g. table-top or foldable easel, masking fluid, salt, atomizer, tissue, color chart, viewfinder, value finder, ruler, hairdryer; portable chair, umbrella, sunscreen, bug spray, etc. that you think might be useful.

    If you would like to purchase a basic painting/drawing set, here’s a link (This is not everything so you still need TO add other items on this list)

    Any questions about materials?  Please email me                                  

    * A roll of absorbent kitchen paper towels, absorbent cloth or sponge to soak up extra water on your brush. 

    *Something to hold about a quart of water. 

    • The price for the workshop is $475 for BWS members (Signature Artists and Associates) and $550 for non-BWS members.
    • The class size is limited to 20 people, and the workshop cannot be split with another person.
    • Please pay online if possible; The payment system allows the use of your Credit Cards. Otherwise, checks should be made out to Baltimore Watercolor Society and mailed to Sabine Yeager at the address below. Please enter the name of the workshop on your check.
    The workshop will take place at 

    The Hawthorn Center in Hickory Ridge
    6175 Sunny Spring 
    Columbia, MD  21044

    • Confirmation of your registration will be sent upon receipt of your check or online payment. Checks must be received within 5 days of registration to be considered as registered.
    FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION VISIT: and go to Public Events. 
    Remember that these workshops fill up very quickly. When filled, you can register on the waiting list.

    • BWS maintains a workshop waiting list. When openings occur, BWS fills the openings from the waiting list on a first-come, first-served basis. 
    • BWS adds names to the waiting list according to the date and time .
    • You can join the waiting list if a workshop is filled.
    • You can't join a waiting list before registration opens.
    • Paid registrants who cancel on or before Oct. 17th will receive a full refund less a $25 cancellation fee if the spot can be filled from the waiting list. If the spot cannot be filled, the amount refundable is 80% of the workshop price.
    • Paid registrants who cancel after Oct. 17th will receive a full refund less a $50 cancellation fee if the spot can be filled from the waiting list. If the spot cannot be filled, no refund will be given.
    • In the event of inclement weather, the workshop will still be held unless the Hawthorn Center is unable to open or the workshop artist is unable to travel.  If BWS cancels the workshop, then all paid registrants will receive a full pro-rata refund for those days that were cancelled.
    • Check this website for changes, updates and new information.
    • Questions and requests to be added to the waiting list can be directed to Sabine Yeager (BWS Workshop Chair) at
    The Hawthorn Center is located in the community of Hickory Ridge in Columbia, Maryland:

    6175 Sunny Spring
    Columbia, MD 21044-5623
    Tel: (410) 730-7327


    Hawthorn Center doors open at 9:30 AM on the first day 10/25
    Workshop instruction begins: 10:00 AM on the first day and end at 4:00 PM

    October 26-28 doors will open at 9:00 AM and instruction will be from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM  

    One-hour break for lunch
    Hawthorne C
    enter closes and doors are locked promptly at 4:30 PM

    Payments are preferred on line, but if you send a check, please have it made out to BWS and reference Keiko Tanabe Workshop to:

    Sabine Yeager Workshop Chair
    11315 Maplewood Dr.
    Ridgely, MD 21660

    • 08 Feb 2022
    • 10:00 AM (EST)
    • 22 Mar 2022
    • 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • 10400 Cross Fox Lane, Columbia, MD 21044
    • 0




    Slayton House Gallery

    will host an Exhibit for 

     BWS Associate Members

    Details below are obsolete:

    Due to available space, we will allow artists to enter up to two paintings for this exhibit.

    Registration fee: $10.00

    No refunds (except in the case of the event being cancelled for weather or other reason.)

    A 10% commission will be collected on all sales.

    Deadline for entries: February 1, 2022 or if capacity is met, which ever comes first

    Drop Off Date: February 9, 2022 10:00-11:00 AM

    Exhibit Date: February 11 - March 14, 2022

    Reception Date: February 14, 2022, 3-5PM

    Pick up Date: March 15, 2022 10-11:00 AM


    Slayton House Gallery

    10400 Cross Fox Lane

    Columbia, Md. 21044

    Can't make the delivery time or dateline?

    Alternate drop-offs and times are available for this exhibit:

    In Howard, Carol, Baltimore, Frederick Counties and North/West Baltimore: David Drown contact at

    Columbia, Montogmery and Prince Georges Counties: Jeff Turner contact at

    Glen Burnie, Ann Arundel counties and South Baltimore: Kathy Daywalt contact at

Past events

27 Jun 2021 2021 Mid-Atlantic Regional Exhibition and Reception & Awards Presentation
21 Jun 2021 VIRTUAL: "Daring Color" with Anne Abgott
07 Jun 2021 VIRTUAL: "Painting Animals in Watercolor" with Stacy Lund Levy #3
27 May 2021 2021 BWS Online Member Meeting with Speaker and Demo
12 May 2021 VIRTUAL: "Painting Animals in Watercolor" with Stacy Lund Levy #2
03 May 2021 VIRTUAL: "Watercolor on Aquabord" with April Rimpo
12 Apr 2021 VIRTUAL: Brienne Brown "Dynamic Watercolors" Bringing the Everyday to Life
11 Feb 2021 March 2021 Signature Artist Jurying
16 Jan 2021 Signature Members Exhibit at Strathmore Mansion Gallery and Online
03 Oct 2020 Signature Members Exhibit at Delaplaine Gallery
01 Sep 2020 October 29, 2020 Signature Artist Jurying
28 May 2020 CANCELLED - 2020 BWS Annual Dinner
10 Apr 2020 CANCELLED - BWS NY Bus Trip to AWS Show- 2020
04 Apr 2020 CANCELLED - Color Theory Made Clear with Glen Kessler
07 Mar 2020 March 7, 2020 Signature Artist Jurying
11 Nov 2019 Pen & Ink with Watercolor with Brenda Kidera #2
23 Oct 2019 An Evening with Janet Rogers
22 Oct 2019 “Watercolor Impressions – From Flowers to Figures” with Janet Rogers
14 Oct 2019 "Painting Animals in Watercolor" with Stacy Lund Levy
05 Oct 2019 October 5, 2019 Signature Artist Jurying
28 Sep 2019 Pen & Ink with Watercolor with Brenda Kidera
25 Sep 2019 Learn about how DANIEL SMITH watercolor paint is developed from minerals
12 Jun 2019 Plein Air Painting with Diane Gibson at Cromwell Valley Park
05 Jun 2019 An Evening with David Lobenberg "California Vibe"
04 Jun 2019 David Lobenberg's "California Vibe"
01 May 2019 2019 BWS Annual Dinner
27 Apr 2019 Peer Critique
09 Apr 2019 Watercolor Portrait Sketching with Pam Wenger
13 Mar 2019 An Evening with Pam Wenger "Watercolor Portrait Sketching"
12 Mar 2019 Watercolor Portrait Sketching with Pam Wenger
02 Mar 2019 March 2, 2019 Signature Artist Jurying
17 Jan 2019 Exhibit at Hoffberger Gallery for Signature Artists
30 Oct 2018 An Evening with Matthew Bird 'Painting the Figure'
30 Oct 2018 Painting the Figure in Watercolor with Matthew Bird
27 Oct 2018 "Learn to create a night time landscape with April Rimpo"
24 Oct 2018 Associate and Signature Member Exhibit at Quiet Waters Gallery
06 Oct 2018 October 6, 2018 Signature Artist Jurying
02 Oct 2018 Plein Air with Carolyn Councell
12 Sep 2018 An Evening with John Salminen's 'Realism through Design'
10 Sep 2018 John Salminen's 'Realism through Design'
21 Jul 2018 Exhibit at Brookside Gardens for Signature Artists
06 Jun 2018 An Evening with Kathleen Conover "Chaos to Order"
05 Jun 2018 Kathleen Conover's "Chaos to Order"
16 May 2018 'Capturing the Light' An Evening with Lynn Ferris
15 May 2018 Lynn Ferris 'Capturing the Light'
09 May 2018 2018 BWS Annual Dinner
05 May 2018 'After the Painting is finished' with Matthew Bird
17 Apr 2018 AWS show in NY bus trip - 2018
07 Apr 2018 'Watercolor Portrait Sketching' with Pam Wenger
29 Mar 2018 Exhibit at Slayton House for Signature Artists
10 Mar 2018 March 10, 2018 Signature Artist Jurying
15 Nov 2017 An Evening with Michael Reardon
14 Nov 2017 Michael Reardon's Painting Light and Color in Land- and Cityscapes in a 4-Day Workshop
11 Nov 2017 How to prepare to become a Signature Member of the BWS
17 Oct 2017 How to apply to Galleries
07 Oct 2017 Energize your Plein Air Paintings with Diane Gibson
04 Oct 2017 BWS Exhibit for Associate and Signature Members at the Howard County Department of Education Central Office Gallery
30 Sep 2017 Fun with Fluid Acrylic Workshop by April Rimpo
29 Sep 2017 Fun with Fluid Acrylic Workshop by April Rimpo
23 Sep 2017 September 23, 2017 Signature Artist Jurying
19 Sep 2017 An Evening with Hillary Parker
18 Sep 2017 Botanical watercolors with Hillary Parker
28 Aug 2017 Art League of Ocean City Signature Member's Show
14 Jun 2017 An Evening with Frank Eber
13 Jun 2017 Frank Eber's 'Atmospheric Watercolors', an Approach to Luminous Watercolors: 4-day workshop
03 May 2017 2017 BWS Annual Dinner
29 Apr 2017 Loosen Up Your Paintings and/or Your Figure Scape Paintings by Lois Wolford
26 Apr 2017 An Evening with E. B. Lewis
25 Apr 2017 E. B. Lewis 3-Day Urban & Rural Landscape Workshop
14 Apr 2017 AWS show in NY bus trip
25 Mar 2017 "Water and Reflections Made Easy!" with Annie Strack
04 Mar 2017 March 4, 2017 Signature Artist Jurying
01 Mar 2017 North Oaks Center Exhibit
05 Nov 2016 How to prepare to become a Signature Member of the BWS
26 Oct 2016 An Evening with Iain Stewart
25 Oct 2016 Iain Stewart 4-Day Urban & Rural Landscape Workshop
22 Oct 2016 Sumi-e painting with Joan Lok
01 Oct 2016 October 2016 Signature Artist Jurying
24 Sep 2016 Negative Flower Painting with Stacy Lund Levy
02 Sep 2016 "The Value of Three" Exhibit at Howard County Arts Center Exhibit
06 Aug 2016 The Delaplaine Visual Arts Center Exhibit
18 Jun 2016 Northern Baltimore County Plein Air Event with Diane Gibson
08 Jun 2016 An Evening with Joyce Hicks
07 Jun 2016 Joyce Hicks 4-Day Landscape Painting Workshop
14 May 2016 Inspirational Color in the Landscape
11 May 2016 2016 BWS Annual Dinner
07 May 2016 Painting the Figure with the Rivulet and Lifting Technique
23 Apr 2016 The Art of Business
11 Apr 2016 Soon Young Warren 4-Day Still Life Workshop
08 Apr 2016 AWS show in NY bus trip
12 Mar 2016 March 2016 Signature Artist Jurying
03 Mar 2016 The Hoffberger Gallery Exhibit
20 Jan 2016 An Evening with Michael Holter
19 Jan 2016 Michael Holter 4-Day Portrait & Figure Workshop
10 Jan 2016 Glenview Mansion Art Gallery Exhibition
14 Nov 2015 Portraiture in Watercolor at HCAC with Joanna Barnum
29 Oct 2015 Exhibit at Bernice Kish Gallery at Slayton House - Register by Oct 22, 2015
20 Oct 2015 An Evening with Laurie Goldstein-Warren
19 Oct 2015 Laurie Goldstein-Warren 4-Day Workshop
17 Oct 2015 October 2015 Signature Artist Jurying
10 Oct 2015 Landscape Painting with Mark Hiles
19 Sep 2015 Plein Air Paintout in Baltimore Co with Fritz Briggs
05 Sep 2015 Plein Air Paintout in Northern Baltimore Co with Marshall Kinsley
26 Aug 2015 2015 "Hot Summer, Cool Watercolors" at The Galleries at Quiet Waters Park
03 Jun 2015 An Evening with Mark Mehaffey
02 Jun 2015 Mark Mehaffey 4-Day Workshop
09 May 2015 Plein Air Paintout in Ellicott City with Joyce Bell
06 May 2015 2015 BWS Annual Dinner
28 Apr 2015 An Evening with Ted Nuttall
27 Apr 2015 Ted Nuttall 4-Day Workshop
10 Apr 2015 AWS show in NY bus trip
28 Mar 2015 Luminous Portraits with Joanna Barnum-a Saturday one-day workshop
07 Mar 2015 March 7, 2015 Signature Artist Jurying
13 Nov 2014 BWS 2014 Workshop Instructor Survey
25 Oct 2014 October 2014 Signature Artist Jurying
26 Aug 2014 BWS 2014 Workshop Interest Survey
09 Aug 2014 Exhibit at Brookside Gardens
16 Jun 2014 Linda Baker Workshop - Week #2
15 Jun 2014 2014 Mid-Atlantic Regional Watercolor Exhibition
10 Jun 2014 Linda Baker Workshop - Week #1
14 May 2014 2014 BWS Annual Dinner
28 Apr 2014 Ocean City Art League
27 Apr 2014 The Gallery at Liriodendron
07 Apr 2014 AWS show in NY bus trip
27 Mar 2014 Stewart White Plein Air Workshop
25 Mar 2014 An Evening with Stewart White
08 Mar 2014 March 2014 Signature Artist Jurying
16 Nov 2013 Critique Day for Associate Members
14 Oct 2013 Nancy Barch Multimedia Workshop
12 Oct 2013 October 2013 Signature Artist Jurying
22 Sep 2013 Towson Art Collective Exhibition
29 Jun 2013 (Cancelled) FAQ about Art as a Business -a Saturday one-day workshop
10 Jun 2013 2013 Mid-Atlantic Regional Exhibition
15 May 2013 2013 BWS Annual Dinner
01 May 2013 BlackRock Center for the Arts Exhibit
12 Apr 2013 AWS show in NY bus trip
16 Mar 2013 Introduction to Sumi-e Painting with Joan Lok: a weekend BWS workshop
04 Mar 2013 Columbia Art Center Exhibit
02 Mar 2013 March 2013 Signature Artist Jurying
19 Jan 2013 Characteristics of Your Watercolor Paints--a Saturday one-day workshop
28 Oct 2012 Village of Friendship Heights
21 Oct 2012 October 2012 Signature Artist Jurying
29 Aug 2012 An Evening with Frank Webb
29 Aug 2012 2012 Mid-Atlantic Regional Exhibition
28 Aug 2012 Frank Webb Watercolor Workshop : "Watercolor Energies and Composition"
06 Jun 2012 2012 BWS Annual Dinner
19 May 2012 David Daniels Workshop
21 Apr 2012 Photograph and Edit Your Artwork with Nicholas Simmons
10 Apr 2012 AWS Show Bus Trip 2012
03 Mar 2012 March 2012 Signature Artist Jurying
11 Feb 2012 Drawing and Painting Hands & Feet
01 Feb 2012 Delaplaine art center
02 Dec 2011 WSSC 2011

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