A reminder that Central Virginia Watercolor Guild is found online at www.CVWG.art.
As we enter late autumn of 2021, we give thanks for all the blessings and grace in our lives. We rejoice that our Guild has adapted to the year’s special challenges and recognize our leaders for their works on our behalf.
Final Member Meeting of 2021– Oct 25
Our Guild held its final member meeting of 2021 on Monday, October 25 with a full program of refreshments, social time, a short business meeting, the Challenge! show, and a program. Our guest artist leading our program was Eleanor Cox. You can read about Eleanor in our last post and see her art on her website, https://eleanorcox.com/.
While, in “normal” years, we would enjoy a pot luck luncheon, the CVWG Board decided that posed too much of a health risk for our members so that event is not planned. Our next in-person meeting will be January 24, 2022. Look for more details in the coming weeks.
Membership for 2022
Our Membership Chair, Rosemary Connelly emails:
Robin Kuzen, CVWG Treasurer, 848 St. Charles Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22902
If your contact information changes during the year, please notify Rosemary Connelly. Changes in email addresses are particularly important as emails are the principal way for officers and other members to contact you.
Call for Artists– A CVWG Exhibition at Westminster Canterbury in Charlottesville
Member and Past President, Linda Verhagen, is leading the Guild’s exhibition at the Westminster Canterbury village. Linda, in a recent email to all members, says:
CVWG will be having an exhibit at Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge Dec. 1 -31 this year. There are still spaces available for a painting from you. Please open the attachment to read all the needed rules to follow in order to enter. If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Open and download Linda’s information at the following link.
Member-Artist, Susan Rosen, emailed the following announcement:
Member-Artist Juliette Swenson emails:
I am pleased to offer watercolor painting classes lasting 2-5 weeks. These will specialize in animals and flowers. I have taught for some years now and have a large open room in which to teach in Staunton. My next series of classes starts in April 2022 on Thursday evenings from 4.30-7pm.
We’d Love to Hear From You!
Drop our CVWG Webmaster an email to let everyone know what you are doing and how your artist journey is progressing.