7pm, usually on the last Tuesday of the month, which on depends on our speaker
St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church School Cafeteria, lower level or first floor classroom
1 Riverstone Circle
(at Rte. 179/ West Bridge Street ? by Staples)
New Hope, PA. 18938
Bring a friend!
RESCHEDULED due to weather advisories from 1/29/19 TO SATURDAY, FEB. 23, 2019 2-4pm
Award-winning artist Randall Graham will be presenting his work and talking about his painting process, discoveries and current paintings. Randall is from the Chadds Ford area and is a plein air and studio oil painter. For more information about Randall, visit www.randallgraham.com
We have moved Randall's presentation and demo to a special DAYTIME event.
Tuesday, February 26, 2019 - 7-9 pm
As a fine artist Emily has been recognized both regionally and nationally for her paintings. Her work is about the beauty of design, atmosphere, mood, color, the application of paint and texture. She is influenced by the landscape both rural and urban, roadside architecture and vintage signage. She has exhibited at The Woodmere Museum in Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Sketch Club, The Trenton City Museum, The Monmouth Museum and other venues in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and California. Emily?s work is part of private collections throughout the U.S. Emily and her husband, fine artist George Thompson live and work in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Visit www.ethompsonstudio.com
Tuesday, March 26, 2019 - 7-9 pm
time artist, teacher and resident of Bucks County, Pa, Barbara Lewis
trained at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and at Studio
Incamminati, both in Philadelphia.
Out of favor for decades, classical training in drawing and painting is making a resurgence, and Barbara promotes this in her own teaching. ?It takes years of drawing and painting from life to develop artistic strengths. One has to learn to see nuances in value and color, to handle proportion, composition and perspective, before one can accurately and expressively paint.? Barbara will give a mini presentation on the history of portraiture and also do a charcoal portrait sketch demo. Visit www.barbaralewifineart.com
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 - 7-9 pm
Primarily self-taught and fascinated by the space that lies somewhere between photography and painting, Dan?s work embraces both the conceptual and the material. Dan?s decidedly modern approach to digital photo manipulation, juxtaposed with classical sensibilities and the physical enhancement of the encaustic wax medium, renders the works a timeless and tangible signifcance. Dan will be doing a demo of his encaustic mixed media photography. Visit www.dantphoto.com
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - 7-9 pm
JAMES TOOGOOD AWS/NWS
We?re pleased to welcome back James Toogood for our October meeting. James was one of our jurors for our Juried Show earlier this year.
James Toogood?s over 40 solo exhibitions include the 2015 exhibition ?James Toogood: Watercolors? at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, PAFA. He has had Retrospective/
Recent Work exhibitions at the Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia and the Mas- terworks Museum of Bermuda Art, Bermuda. Juried exhibitions include the National Academy of Design, the Taiwan International Watercolor Society and the Shenzhen Watercolor Biennial. His work is in public and private collections around the world.
He is an elected member of the American Watercolor Society, the National Water- color Society, Allied Artists of America and the Philadelphia Sketch Club. His work has earned numerous awards, including the 2010 Allied Artists of America Gold Medal of Honor. His work appears in such public collections as the Woodmere Art Museum, the Masterworks Museum, the Naples Museum of Art and the Noyes Museum of Art.
James regularly writes for publications in the US and abroad. He?s contributed to over two dozen books. James is the author of ?Incredible Light and Texture in Watercolor,? North Light Books.
James lectures and conducts workshops throughout the world. He teaches watercolor at PAFA.
ROY KINZER FROM GOLDEN PAINTS
Roy will be demonstrating the QoR Watercolors and the Grounds which, according to Roy, ?are out of this world!? There will be demos and free samples for attendees.
December - Holiday Party & Art Swap
January 15 Philadelphia Museum of Art with Patrick Connors
February 23 NHAL meeting Artist of the month: Alan Fetterman, Lecture and Demo "Living in an Artistic Lexicon"
March 8 NHAL meeting Artist of the month: Patrick Connors, Lecture: The Chiaroscuro and the Ambiguity of Gloom
March 12th: Workshop with Patrick Connors
April 5th NHAL meeting, Artist of the month: Georganna Lenssen, Lecture and demo: The Painterly Still Life
April 9 & 10: Workshop with Georganna Lenssen
May 20 Award reception for Juried Show
7pm NHAL meeting speakers at St. Martin of Tours Church School,1 Riverstone Circle, New Hope, PA