Where are you inspired to create your artwork? What does your workshop look like? Since we can’t get together, we thought it would be exciting to see where MAA’s members craft their masterpieces. Send us a picture of your workshop – be it the kitchen table, your outside patio/picnic area, a basement corner, at the lake, whatever or wherever.
A Time for Art
If you would like to share what you've been working on during this strange time, please email an image to share. A good way to stay connected! Members are really enjoying this, so if you would like to receive comments on your artwork, please let us know and include your email address. We will post that with your image.
A drawing by Jeff Blazejovsky. "Today was my first plein air drawing of the year. Went to Elizabeth Park in Hartford where the tulips are in full bloom. This drawing is pen and colored pencil."Email Jeff if you have comments.
An watercolor by Pam Roderick. This is a watercolor from one of Carolyn Emerson's class challenges. Email Pam if you have comments.
An watercolor by Helen Dewey. This is a watercolor from one of Carolyn Emerson's class challenges. Email Helen if you have comments.
Delicate Arch in Utah, a watercolor by Sue Masse on Arches, 300 pound paper. Photo by Lauren Kumpa. Email Sue if you have comments.