This month’s demonstration at the Placerville Arts Association meeting will be featuring nationally recognized watercolorist Steve Walters.
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His work has been shown in many galleries and museums, as well as paintings published in “American Artist” and “Artist’s” magazines. His topic at the PAA meeting will be “The costumed figure in watercolor.”
A Northern California artist, Walters has worked the last 31 years as a commercial artist, art director, fine art teacher and painter. A lifelong pursuit of his has been interpreting, expressing and communicating his feelings and ideas of nature and the world around him through painting and visual means.
Enjoying a wide range of subject matter, including figures, genre, landscapes and paintings based on foreign travels, Walters loves the process of juggling the many formal elements of painting — texture, shapes, colors, tone, line, edges, etc. — and pulling them together in an inventive manner a successful composition or design.
Walters has won many prestigious awards in national and regional competitions, including many Best of Shows and Awards of Excellence. The PAA is very pleased that he will be sharing his rich expertise with them.
This is a free event and the public is cordially invited to learn from Walters.
The Sunday, April 21 meeting will be held at the El Dorado Senior Center, 935 Spring St. in Placerville. It begins promptly at 1:30 p.m. with a short business meeting, followed by a brief meet-n-greet refreshment time. The demonstration usually begins about 2:15 p.m. and ends about 3:30 p.m.
Placerville Arts Association strives to nurture a love for the creation of art and the enjoyment of art for art’s sake. Whether you’re an art enthusiast, or an experienced artist, or a beginner, PAA hopes that its guest artists and speakers will increase the love of art in you and in the community.
Come and join the PAA and learn to put more flesh and bones into your art. For more information visit placervillearts.com.