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    • 03 Oct 2023
    • 9:30 AM
    • 05 Oct 2023
    • 4:00 PM
    • The Hawthorn Center, 6175 Sunny Spring, Columbia, MD
    • 10

    Anything but Cold Pressed, Painting on Alternative Surfaces 

    with Alexis Lavine

    October 3rd-5th, 2023


    Members: July 3rd 2023.............10:00 a.m. $430

    Non-Members: July 17th, 2022.........10:00 a.m. $485

    Not a member? 

    Consider becoming an Associate Member for $30/year. To pay the member fee you must become a member then register for Alexis Lavine's class.

    Registration ends September 26th, 2023, or when the event is full

    FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION VISIT:     and go to Public Events.

    All registrations have to be paid within 5 days of registering. No exceptions please.

    For a complete understanding of Alexis's workshop, please read the entire announcement.


    The Baltimore Watercolor Society is excited to feature a workshop with the respected watercolor artist Alexis Lavine.  Alexis is our Juror for the 2023 Mid-Atlantic Regional Exhibition.

    Alexis Lavine  NWS, TWSA, WHS, BWS

    Alexis Lavine thinks that cold-pressed watercolor paper is just fine.  In fact she agrees with most other watercolor painters, who believe that it is a great surface for watercolor painting.  However, Alexis also enjoys painting on “alternative” or “nontraditional” surfaces, such as watercolor canvas, papers that have been coated with acrylic gesso, Yupo, Bristol board, Masa paper ... the list goes on...  And then of course, there are watercolor papers with other surfaces, such as hot-pressed or rough!  

    So why bother with all these other surfaces?  For variety!  Excitement!  For new possibilities!  These other surfaces behave quite differently from cold-pressed paper.  Painters can use different techniques or variations of old techniques on them. Painters can achieve new effects or easier effects on them.  And some of these surfaces can even be framed without a mat or glass!

    Join Alexis for three fascinating days of surface exploration. She will discuss several different surfaces, and choose two of them for more extended demonstrations ... Watercolor Canvas and Gesso-Coated Watercolor Paper.  Along with her lessons and demos on how to use these surfaces, Alexis will provide you with lots of useful information - about how to conceive, plan, draw, and design your paintings, how to use color and value strategically, and how to better express your feelings and your own personality through your art.



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

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


    This workshop is all about painting on “alternative surfaces,” not relying on our tried-and-true cold pressed paper. I will be showing you a variety of surfaces, such as HOT pressed, Bristol Board, Yupo, Masa paper, and more. But - - my two demos, which I will work on each day of the workshop will be done on Watercolor Canvas and gesso coated watercolor paper.

    Surfaces: I recommend that you buy at least one Watercolor Canvas. I like either Frederix Watercolor Canvas, or Yes! All-Media canvas. Buy pre-prepared canvas panels, or stretched canvas, any size you prefer but either a 11 X  14 or a 12 x 16 work well. You will also need to get WHITE ACRYLIC gesso.

    You will be preparing your own gessoed papers to paint on. Your workshop coordinator is going to email you a link to a ten-minute zoom recording, which will show you how to prepare your gessoed paper. By the way, I like to prepare my gessoed paper, applying my gesso on top of cold pressed paper. But, trust me, the end result is NOTHING like using untreated cold pressed paper! It is a completely new experience! And if you prefer, you can also paint your gesso on another kind of paper, as long as it is heavy enough. I do not recommend anything thinner than 140 pound. You may choose to paint on any size gessoed watercolor paper you like but a quarter sheet size is always good.

    Watercolor canvas can be framed without using a mat or glass. Before you do that, you will need to seal the surface, with a spray-on ACRYLIC sealer. I like to use Krylon brand Triple-Thick Crystal Clear Glaze, which sprays on nicely. Golden and Blair also make spray ACRYLIC varnishes. In addition, I like to brush on a couple of coats of Liquitex Gloss Varnish, which gives it a beautiful glossy finish and brings out the colors. I use a couple of old 1” wide brushes for applying my gesso and my varnish. Here is a photo of all of the supplies I use for these two surfaces.

    In addition to your two non-cold-pressed surfaces, here is a good list of additional supplies.

    PAINTING BOARD: You will need a waterproof board to support your gessoed paper, about 1 inch larger than your paper in both directions. The stretched or mounted watercolor canvas will be fine on its own.

    PAINT : My favorite brands of paint are American Journey and DaVinci watercolors. These are professional quality paints, reasonably priced. There are many brands available, with a huge variety of pigments, tube sizes, and prices. Whatever you buy, it’s a good idea to check the permanency rating first - you don’t want your paintings fading away!
    Basic pigments: Here is my palette. The pigments in capital letters are more basic, if you are just building a palette. The others are less essential for a basic set-up, but I love to use them, and you will surely see me dipping my brush into them. I generally choose pigments which are not heavy stainers.
    quinacridone gold,
    POPPY (American Journey brand)
    cobalt violet deep,
    cobalt blue,
    Prussian blue,
    Mint Julep (American Journey brand)
    green gold.

    *** PLEASE NOTE: I will surely NOT use every pigment listed here, in your workshop! These paints are on my palette all the time. For any single painting I might use as few as two or three and perhaps as many as a dozen … but never, every single one!

    BRUSHES: I do not spend a huge amount of money on sable brushes. There are lots of synthetic brushes and synthetic/natural blends that are excellent and much less expensive. My current favorites are Black Velvet rounds, made by Silver Brush, and Robert Simmons one-stroke flats, series 721 synthetic. I also love my Princeton Mottler brushes, 1” and 1.5” sizes.
    If you will be painting small, the following brushes will suffice: 1" flat, 1/2" flat, and a #6 round brush (with a good point.)
    You may also want a 1/4" flat brush, a larger round brush such as a #12, and a larger flat brush, such as a 1 1/2" brush, particularly if you will be painting larger paintings.
    An old toothbrush is great for spattering paint. It is also helpful to have a couple of different sized scrubber brushes, such as the "Fritch" scrubber, and a few fan brushes for blending.

    PALETTE: I use a "Miller's Workhorse Traditional Watercolor Palette" from Cheap Joe's. A covered palette, such as the "workhorse," or the Heritage, Pike, or Wood palette, is best, since it will keep your paints moist between painting sessions. You can also use an enameled butcher tray, or even a white dinner plate, and cover your paints with plastic wrap. Whatever you use, make sure you have spaces for all of your pigments and a large, white mixing area.

    OTHER SUPPLIES: Small sketchbook, sketching pencils, soft eraser, plastic water bowl, absorbent cloth rags or paper towels, natural sponge, cotton swabs, salt, 4 bulldog clamps, spray bottle (with an adjustable spray.)

    *** Also, just so you know, I buy most of my supplies from Cheap Joe’s. I think their selection, prices, and customer service are unbeatable.

    Alexis Lavine, NWS •


    As a dedicated and determined transparent watercolor painter, I concentrated on “plein air” painting for many years. Recently, however, I have become more of a studio painter, so I can take more time to design and craft my paintings. This enables me to create the most impact in my work, and communicate with my viewers as effectively as possible.

    My painting subjects include landscapes, florals, still lifes, figures, and abstracts, painted on a variety of surfaces. My watercolor paintings appear to be realistic … but they are thoughtfully conceived, strategically designed, and carefully drawn around abstract shapes, values, colors, movement, and positive and negative spaces. I believe that my approach gives my work a more contemporary feel, and results in paintings which convey my personal reaction to my subject, not merely the visual facts.

    Education is tremendously important. I earned two bachelor’s degrees and a master’s degree in Medical Illustration, before embarking on my path as a painter. I continue to study art whenever possible, and I also teach painting and drawing classes and workshops. I love to speak about art, share my experience and knowledge, and help my students achieve greater success.

    When the pandemic began, I switched to online teaching and think that it is a tremendous way to teach and to learn! My workshop for BWS will be my first in-person workshop, since covid turned our lives upside down.

    Recently honored as “One to Watch” by Watercolor Artist Magazine, I am also a signature member of several professional associations, including the National Watercolor Society, Watercolor USA Honor Society, and Transparent Watercolor Society of America. And I am very pleased to say that I have been a Signature Member and Life Member of BWS for a very long time! My paintings can be found in galleries from Maryland and south to the Virgin Islands. 

    • The price for the workshop is $430.00 for BWS members (Signature Artists and Associates) and $485 for non-BWS members.
    • The class size is limited to 22 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 Dana Kleinsteuber at the address below. Please enter the name of the workshop on your check.
    • 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.


    The workshop will take place at The Hawthorn Center in Hickory Ridge

    6175 Sunny Spring 
    Columbia, MD  21044

    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. 
    • There are often openings so it is worth doing if you are interested in the class.
    • You can't join a waiting list before registration opens.
    • Waiting List registrants- Do not send payment until you are informed of an opening and have been sent an invoice. Any check sent before you have been informed you have a spot will be destroyed.


    • BWS makes decisions and incurs fixed costs based on the number of initial registrants. Cancellations can affect these costs even if there is a waiting list. In addition, cancellations incur processing fees and other costs paid by BWS as well as requiring extra time and organizational effort. Refunds for extenuating circumstances are at the discretion of the event coordinator.
    •  From registration date to 60 days prior to the event = 90% refund

    •  59 days to 21days prior = 75% refund 

    •  20 days to 8 days prior = 50% refund 

    •  7 days = no refund

    • 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 Dana Kleinsteuber (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 October 3rd
    Workshop instruction begins: 10:00 AM on the first day and end at 4:00 PM

    October 4th and 5th doors will open at 9:00 AM and instruction will be from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM  

    One-hour break for lunch

    Please plan to leave by 4:15. Hawthorne Center 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 Alexis Lavine Workshop to:

    Dana Kleinsteuber Workshop Chair
    4018 Twilight Grove Ct.

    Ellicott City, MD 21042

    We anticipate that Covid-19 could continue to be an issue when this event is held. While the current level is low, and would not require masking, we can not tell what October will bring. We make the decision on masking, for the benefit of the entire class, based on a variety of factors including the health departments reported Covid level, the preferences of the instructor and the number of registrants with expressed immune issues and health concerns. If you are immune compromised, or have health concerns,  and doctors suggest those around you mask, please express this to Dana Kleinsteuber, the BWS workshop chair.  BWS understands that none of us like to wear a mask, including me. Please be prepared to wear a mask in this public space during this workshop/program, if requested, knowing that the decision was made after a great deal of consideration. That said, lets hope that things are  looking good in October so we can go without them.

    If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask feel free to do so at any time. If you have decided you will never wear a mask again, even if requested by BWS,  do not sign up for this class. 

    • 06 Oct 2023
    • 15 Jan 2024
    • Arts Barn and Kentlands Mansion Galleries, 311 and 320 Kent Square Road, Gaithersburg, MD

    2023 Mid-Atlantic Regional Watercolor Exhibition

     October 6, 2023 - January 15, 2024

    (see hours listed below)

    Arts Barn and Kentlands Mansion Galleries

    311 and 320 Kent Square Road,

    Gaithersburg, MD  20878

    Opening reception Sunday Nov 12, 2023, 2-4pm

    Exhibition hours, please read carefully:

    The Exhibition is spread equally between the Arts Barn and Kentlands Mansion facilities, just across the quiet Kent Square Road from each other.  Exhibition visitors will probably want to choose a time when both are open.  The two facilities have different hours:

    - Kentlands Mansion - Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm.

    - Arts Barn - Tuesday through Saturday, 1 to 5 pm and also for classes, activities and events.  

    So the overlap hours of Tues-Fri, 1-4pm are the simplest.  If a visitor would like to come at a time both buildings are not officially open, they may email for an appointment and one of the gallery managers will be happy to meet them.

    Both facilities will be open for the reception on November 12, 2-4pm The awards ceremony will be held in the auditorium on the second floor of the Arts Barn.

    See the Mid-Atlantic Exhibition webpage for additional details

    Questions can emailed to

    • 14 Oct 2023
    • 10:00 AM
    • 28 Oct 2023
    • 12:00 PM
    • ONLINE

    Semi-Annual Jurying for Signature Artist Status. Associate and non-BWS artists are welcome. 
    Applicants must reside in the Mid-Atlantic Region: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, or West Virginia

    Registration due by October 13, 2023 at 11:59PM.

    The jury will convene online on October 28, 2023 and decision letters mailed within two weeks from the jury date. 

    Register online here (BWS website) and upload four samples of your work meeting criteria available at the link below. Be sure your four paintings are no smaller than 10 inches on either side.  

    PLEASE Click here to download a pdf containing information about the jurying process and evaluation criteria.    Important Information and Guidelines.

    Once you have selected paintings to submit, you will need to upload digital images of them. They must be jpeg or jpg format, at least 1950 pixels on the longer side. The file should be no larger than 5 MB.

    Email jury chair with questions.

    Janet Arsenault

Past events

16 Sep 2023 Rescheduled Plein Air Painting with Diane Gibson at Jerusalem Mill
28 Jun 2023 Signature Member Exhibit at Quiet Waters Gallery 2023
22 Jun 2023 An Evening with Alicia Farris "Faces and Figures"
19 Jun 2023 Faces and Figures with Alicia Farris
06 Jun 2023 FREE Presentation: Entering Shows Simplified with Stacy Lund Levy
02 Jun 2023 Submit Applications for the 2023 Mid-Atlantic Regional Watercolor Exhibition
20 May 2023 Plein Air Painting with Matt Fenton at Benjamin Banneker State Park
09 May 2023 2023 BWS Annual Member Gathering - Luncheon & Plein Air
05 May 2023 Free Pet Portrait Demonstration with Caitlin Leline Hatch
21 Apr 2023 FREE Tour Given by Mary Whyte of her We The People Exhibition
17 Apr 2023 BWS NY Bus Trip to AWS Show- 2023
06 Apr 2023 An Evening Demo with Joe Cibere "Mid-Tone Crisis, ink First"
03 Apr 2023 "Mid-Tone Crisis - Ink First" with Joe Cibere
25 Mar 2023 March 2023 Signature Artist Jurying
23 Mar 2023 Make Your Photograph Work for You with Joyce Bell
20 Mar 2023 BWS Exhibit for Associate Members at Roland Park Presbyterian Church Gallery
10 Feb 2023 Watercolor Reimagined with Liz Walker
10 Jan 2023 Free Demonstration with Liz Walker
29 Oct 2022 October 2022 Signature Artist Jurying
20 Oct 2022 Free Pouring Demonstration with Leslie Lambert
17 Oct 2022 Signature Member Exhibit at Hereford Branch Library
11 Oct 2022 Exploring Watercolor with David Daniels
14 Sep 2022 Texture and More in Transparent Watercolor with Gwen Bragg
09 Jun 2022 An Evening Demo with Kathleen Giles "Create Dynamic Values"
07 Jun 2022 Create Dynamic Values by Kathleen S. Giles
19 May 2022 BWS Annual Member Gathering - Luncheon & Plein Air
21 Mar 2022 ZOOM: "Perspective Drawing Is Easy" with Tim Saternow
10 Feb 2022 Rescheduled - BWS Exhibit for Associate Members at the Slayton House Gallery
09 Feb 2022 March 2022 Signature Artist Jurying
28 Oct 2021 An Evening with Keiko Tanabe
22 Oct 2021 Signature Member Exhibition at McBride Gallery
05 Oct 2021 101 Glazes of Transparent Watercolor with Janet Belich
09 Aug 2021 Signature Member Exhibit at Carroll County Arts Council
09 Aug 2021 VIRTUAL: "Watercolor on Aquabord™ - Landscapes" with A Rimpo
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 A 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 nighttime landscape with A 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 A Rimpo
29 Sep 2017 Fun with Fluid Acrylic Workshop by A 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
01 Feb 2012 Delaplaine art center
02 Dec 2011 WSSC 2011

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