What does home/community mean to you? Warwick Center for the Arts is pleased to announce our latest exhibit, “Home is Where the Art Is” which showcases different ways artists investigate and interpret their environment. Many mediums and styles will be represented, such as digital arts, drawing, painting, mixed media, photography, textiles, sculpture, realism, abstracts, and more! The opening reception will be held on Thursday, August 15 from 6-7:30, with the entire exhibit running from August 14-September 9, 2019.
“Watercolor Painting” with Aileen Quinn
Saturday, April 13, 20, 27, & May 4, & 11 2019 (3:00 – 5:00pm)
Cost: $100 for non-members / $90 for WCFA Members
Instructor: Aileen Quinn
This five-week class will introduce students to basic watercolor techniques like blending colors, creating unique compositions, and creative expression with paint. Aileen Quinn and experienced artist and art instructor will help students discover watercolor as an ever- evolving expression both in traditional ways as well as innovative ways to work with scraps/practice sheets. The class is designed to be an encouraging and adventurous experience for people who have always wanted to try painting with watercolors. A Materials list will be emailed after registration.
Register online OR Call to register @ 401-737-0010 during office hours (Wednesday – Saturday: 11am – 3pm). Click here for more information.
Did you know that digital painting opens a world of possibilities for creativity? You can paint with your finger or a stylus or import photos of your conventional artwork or photography to create layered digital art. All you need is an ipad and a professional app called Procreate. This class will provide an introduction to basic skills needed to create digital art in Procreate. Classes are on March 16th and 23rd, 9am to noon. For more information, click here.