In addition to the classes already posted on this site, here are a couple of new additions.
Saturday, November 1st and 22nd – Watercolor Mystery Days by Donna Jarve
Come and join these mystery days — step by step so that you can complete your masterpiece.
Where: Watab Town Hall – Take Hwy 10 to mile marker 169 and turn left onto Cty Rd 79 – go one block and turn left.
Time: 9:30 – 3:30
Cost: $40 each day
To sign up and for further information contact Donna at 20-230-0124
Thursdays in November – Classes by Sharon Nieters
Sharon is holding watercolor painting classes from 1 – 4 PM at Watab Town Hall on Thursdays in November (excl. Thanksgiving) . Sharon explores different techniques, topics and unique methods for creating watercolor art. For further information you can contact Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 320-253-7218.
Less than 70 days until Spring! Painting by Margaret Werlinger.
We are in an even deeper freeze outside than last month! Hopefully everyone is staying warm.
The newsletter is transitioning to new editors, and you can expect to see some changes to it, including a new name, Watermarks. Look for it in your email and download it here. If you didn’t get a copy of it, let us know.
There are new exhibit opportunities in the area (outside of CMW) and you can read about that on the Opportunities page.
Our February show in Little Falls is detailed in the newsletter and you can read more about it here.
Members have art shows up and around the area. Three of our members will have a show in Little Falls in January. Read more here.
If you have art in a show in the area, let us know!
The CMW Summer Exhibit at the St. Cloud Library is up and it looks beautiful. This show will run from July 1st through August 15th. See photos of the show here.
Also make sure to check out our Opportunities page. There are things listed there you should not miss. Just added: Information about the Millstream Arts Fair.
Some of our members are also in the Summertime in Minnesota show in Little Falls, so if you are in the area, be sure to stop by the GRAA gallery. Photos of the show are here.
Happy 4th of July and we hope everyone is having a great summer so far!