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Weekly Update: Various Artists

Winter Stillness
Ginger Andrews
Acrylic, 36"x48"

Get to know Ginger HERE

Denese Allen

"Back in February I had the pleasure of taking AAN’s Wild Watercolor workshop with Leyah Jensen where we explored many techniques in watercolor backgrounds in a 2 hour painting-frenzy! It was a lot of fun and great to be able to experiment with the medium, one of those being a masked piece. We all left with a few pieces to finish embellishing on our own, with now the perfect time to revisit them! 

This is the piece I am currently working on. I’m using watercolors and micron pens. I love patterns and plans to further add pattern and movement to the background as well."

Artist Member Susan Briskman surrounds herself in the creative process in her home studio.

Past AAN Artist-In-Residence, Barbara Ackerman, utilizes her studio view & natural light.

Artist Member Anne Marie Bratton diligently preps her canvas.

A Nantucket themed work in progress by Valerie Thomas.


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