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Palm Beach Watercolor Society Features Live Model Paint-Ins, Workshop With Carol Z. Brody And Monthly Meeting

Looking for a place to paint with other watermedia artists? The Palm Beach Watercolor Society offers many opportunities: “Paint-Ins” on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month ( March 8th and 22nd) with a live model at the Boca Raton Community Center. The Monthly Meeting is on March 10th with a demo by Sue Archer.  Carol Z. Brody offers a One-Day Workshop on March 17th.  Non-members are welcome! The Rickie Report shares the details and urges you to make your reservations! This is a terrific artist networking organization for artists to meet, learn new techniques and enjoy creating together.

 

 

 

 

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PALM BEACH WATERCOLOR SOCIETY

INVITES YOU:

 

 

PAINT-INS:

With Live Model

March 8th  and March 22nd

Non-Members Welcome!

$15.00

9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Boca Raton Community Center

150 Crawford Blvd. Boca Raton, FL.

Call for reservations: Dona Nenner (561) 362 – 5506

 

 

 

MONTHLY MEETING:

March 10th 6:30 pm

Meet Other Artists, Enjoy Refreshments, Watch a Demonstration!

Boca Raton Community Center

150 Crawford Blvd. Boca Raton, Fl

Demo Artist:Sue Archer

 

 

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“Strawberries” by Sue Archer

 

ONE- DAY WORKSHOP:

 

Carol Z. Brody

Thursday, March 17, 2016

$80. members/ $100. non-members

 

Boca Raton Community Center

150 Crawford Blvd. Boca Raton, Fl

9 am – 3:45 pm

Please contact Adrienne Walker
6442 Emerald Breeze Way Boynton Beach, FL 33437
To use a credit card please call

516-498-3605

 

 

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“Party Papers, Ribbons and Confetti IV” by Carol Z. Brody

CAROL Z. BRODY NWS
www.carolzbrody.com
czbrody@carolzbrody.com

 

Carol tells The Rickie Report, “My paintings reflect my love of color and my fascination with texture, and are often tied to some aspect of the real world. They begin as a flow of feelings, intuition and spirit. Rather than carefully controlling my paintings, I allow them to grow and emerge, suggesting their forms, which I develop by means of many layers of glazes.  Through my work, I try to delight the viewers’ senses and bring them joy. Many remark about the beautiful colors, telling me they love the softness and emotional quality in my work. It pleases me to know I have reached them.”

 

 

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“Papers and Images IV” by Carol Z. Brody

 

SUPPLY LIST

–several sheets of Arches paper, 140 lb. cold press, 22×30 size
(You will need a half sheet for each day’s lesson. Have extra paper for practice.)
–board for your paper (pref. masonite) slightly larger than paper—16×23
–four large metal spring clips to clip paper – get at office supply store

–assortment of watercolors – SQUEEZED OUT AND DRY – in a John Pike type palette-
(large, covered palette with large paint wells around periphery & mixing area inside)
** Fill the wells all the way, and allow about 5 days, uncovered, to DRY the paints.

–assortment of brushes: ***(I personally like synthetic brushes best.)
–1 ½” flat good painting brush – (Robert Simmons Skyflow-#278 the best of these)
(Polar Flo is a good, cheap alternative sold at Jerry’s Artarama and elsewhere)
–other flat brushes—-1″ and 1/2″, both with short hairs
–round brushes—-# 10 and # 6
–rigger brush – size 3 or 4 – optional but important (This is a thin brush with long hairs,
1″ to 1 ¼” long.)
** Watercolor brushes have short handles, as opposed to oil or acrylic brushes.

–small natural sponge

–large water container
–hair dryer

–spray bottle
–paper towels

–old toothbrush
–masking tape 1″ wide

–credit cards
–pencil and kneaded eraser

–scissors
Carol Z. Brody will bring other source material.

 

 

* If you have questions, you can call Carol at (561) 792-0806, or email czbrody@carolzbrody.com

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**Optional: Bring one of your paintings which doesn’t quite “work”, which you want me to critique.

 

 

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“Party Papers, Ribbons and Confetti V” by Carol Z. Brody

 

 

 

Carol Z. Brody

Carol Z. Brody has been painting for over 50 years. She began working in oils, then turned to watercolors, acrylics, and collage. In addition, she has experience in various drawing media. Carol is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society, the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Watercolor West, Florida Watercolor Society and Palm Beach Watercolor Society. She also holds elected memberships in Audubon Artists, Allied Artists, the Salmagundi Club, the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club and the National Association of Women Artists, all of which are professional multi-media organizations based in New York City, and which have annual exhibitions. Her paintings hang in numerous private and corporate spaces throughout the country.

 

 

 

Carol’s award-winning works have been published in “Splash 11,” “The Artistic Touch 4,” “Journeys to Abstraction,” and “The Best of Acrylic Painting.” They have been featured in “Watercolor Artist” Magazine and in “Watercolor” Magazine. Her work has been included in over 120 national juried shows, recently in Shenzhen, China, and has earned her over 65 awards, including 6 First Place awards.  Carol is a dynamic and inspiring teacher who has been teaching watercolor (currently at the Armory Art Center) since 1987, in addition to giving many workshops and demonstrations and serving as a show juror around the country. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Workshops 2016

• Jorge Leon……… 2 Day-Thursday March 31st – Friday April 1, 2016

 

 

 

For more information please contact:

Adrienne Walker adriennew4199@gmail.com

or Lynn Holland laplume366@gmail.com

or visit

www.palmbeachwatermedia.org

 

 

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