Katie Hendrix-Long led our drawing workshop on June 25th. She led participants through the process of shading a drawing of a goat with compressed charcoal. Yet another highly successful art journey
On Saturday May 21 a small but determined group of artists worked with guest instructor, Nora Taylor. We explored the process of creating a realistic portrait with watercolor. Not an easy task but with Nora’s guidance we all came through with lovely results.
Our first workshop of the season was roaring success! We had such good fun learning from Susan Bunyan. Each of the participants used her techniques to decorate their birdhouses. We hope Susan will come back next season and do it again.
Needle Felting Workshop
Each October the guild puts together a silent auction as fund raiser for end of year expenses. This year’s event was wonderful. Guild members went above and beyond with the quality of work anSunday, November 21, a group of guild patrons got together for an afternoon of fun and a special project. Heather Vandermeer led this workshop on how to use needle felting to create beautiful floral forms. We had such fun and learned a whole new technique.
Each October the guild puts together a silent auction as fund raiser for end of year expenses. This year’s event was wonderful. Guild members went above and beyond with the quality of work and our loyal friends were very supportive.
On Saturday, September 25th the guild hosted another workshop. Guild member Patty McGee led participants through a step by step process of painting an acrylic landscape. Yet another great afternoon of friendship and creativity.
Cowboys and Princesses
On a warm day in June, a group of artist came together for this colorful painting class. The cowboys and princesses were all unique and really exemplify Dodge City culture.
These decorative geometric designs are popular for outdoor decorations on houses, fences, and the like. Guest instructor, Lynn Hewes, directed participants through the process of drawing and painting these designs with exterior grade materials.