Happy to see that my painting is keeping "A Weather Eye" out at the City of Brea Art Gallery in California. If you plan on being in the area, phone a friend (it's okay if you use your smartphone) and be sure to see the 50th Watercolor West International Juried Exhibition which will be on display through December 16th, 2018 at the Gallery located at 1 Civic Center Circle, Brea, California. Also, I'm pleased to share that my painting was awarded the Canson Heritage L'Aquarelle Combined Award and with this entry I received Signature status. Hooray! Back to my brushes.
"Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other's eyes for an instant?" - Henry David Thoreau
I'm pleased to share that my painting "A Weather Eye" has been awarded the Canson Heritage L'Aquarelle Combined Award at the 50th Watercolor West International Juried Exhibition at the City of Brea Art Gallery, Brea, California. With this entry I received signature status with this organization and I am honored to add the initials WW to my signature line. My thanks to the judge Katherine Chang Liu, the City of Brea Art Gallery, and everyone involved with putting this exhibit together. Congratulations to all the exhibitors and to all the award winners. Back to my brushes.
"What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals." - Zig Ziglar
I never aspired to be a center spread in a magazine, but not surprisingly in this instance I'm okay with it. I hope you have a chance to read the article about my work in the December issue of Watercolor Artist magazine. My sincerest thanks to writer and interviewer Rebecca Dvorak and editor Anne Hevener. To purchase a copy you can click the link here: Watercolor Artist Magazine December 2018 or look for it at your local bookstore. Don't miss the Editor's Notes where I learned I have a kindred spirit out there in the watercolor world. In mutual understanding, I tip my hat. Back to my brushes.
"I guess we all like to be recognized not for one piece of fireworks, but for the ledger of our daily work." - Neil Armstrong