Life Drawing with Jef Sturm
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​March 
Friday's March 2 to April 13 
9AM-Noon 
(a week off for Easter!)

The cost for this six week series is $150 for members, $170 for non-members.
WHERE: Bellinger Artworks
                283 B Koolabrew Drive 
                Calabash, NC 28467

PLEASE CONTACT VICKI NEILON BEFORE SENDING IN
YOUR ENTRY FEE~  
Checks can be mailed to 
Waterway Art Assn.
PO Box 7082 
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469

Please identify the workshop name, phone number, and email contact on your check.
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Location (Double-click on map to enlarge)
Bellinger Artworks 
283B Koolabrew Dr., NW
Calabash, NC  28467
Driving Directions: 
Heading SOUTH on Route 17, take a right turn onto Calabash Road, NW.
Heading NORTH on Route 17, take a left turn (in front of CVS Pharmacy) onto Calabash Road, NW.
Take first left turn onto Koolabrew Drive (Carolina's Business Park). See sign for Artworks Studio at last building on left.
Bellinger Studio



PAINTING FROM THE BEGINNING 
This class will be taught by nationally known portrait artist, Terry Sellers Harrison. The eight week session will delve into the fundamentals of painting in any medium and subject matter. You will learn to apply the tried and true methods passed down to us by artists from the past. This class is designed for any skill level, especially beginners and intermediate looking for a refresher. The goal of our study will be to enhance each student's particular painting. Participants will be encouraged to work from life as well as photography. Understanding the basic tenets of painting help an artist to be more confident regarding the outcome of their work as they strive to obtain that often illusive image they wish to capture. It's that challenge that keeps fascinated as painters and helps push us to the next level with our work, a true labor of love. A few particular ares we will focus on are learning to paint the types of light we encounter with our subjects, understanding warm and cool color as it applies to light and the "form principle". We will cover ways to strengthen or compositions not only by the placement of objects but also through the use of value keys. Learning about the various treatment of edges will make our painting surface more interesting. All of these elements and more will help us draw in a viewer looking at our work. With practice and knowledge we can develop our work, with it's own distinctive look, and become the artists we wish to be. 
$90 for Members $100 for Non-Members 


March 
Monday's March 12 - April 30 - 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM 
( a week off for Easter !) 

Click here to contact Vicki Neilon, Workshop Registar.
PLEASE CONTACT VICKI NEILON BEFORE SENDING IN
YOUR ENTRY FEE~  
Checks can be mailed to 
Waterway Art Assn.
PO Box 7082 
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469
Please identify the workshop name, phone number, and email contact on your check.   

click here for Artist BIO 
click here for supply list 

Watercolor Layering  - SOLD OUT
Lynda English, Multi Media Artist from Florence S.C. 
Layering watercolors to achieve strong color and choosing subject that you can zoom in on so the viewer can feel and see things that normally they would overlook of take for granted.  $35 for members, $40 for non-members

WE ARE TAKING NAMES ON OUR WAIT LIST

FEBRUARY
When: February 22,  9:30 AM - 3:30 PM 
click here for artist Bio 
click here for supply list 

Click here to contact Vicki Neilon  Workshop Registar.
PLEASE CONTACT VICKI NEILON BEFORE SENDING IN
YOUR ENTRY FEE~  
Checks can be mailed to 
Waterway Art Assn.
PO Box 7082 
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469
Please identify the workshop name, phone number, and email contact on your check.  

Compositional Design for Painting - 
SOLD OUT
Some paintings never sell or when they do they grow boring in a short time and come off the wall. Most of the time it has to do with poor composition. Poor design. The painting will be inferior because the positioning of the shapes and forms that comprise the painting lack interest. Repetitious shapes boringly placed and spaced make it impossible to create an interesting work. Attending “Compositional Design for Painting” will help improve the appeal for your paintings by leaps and bounds, making them desirable and always a joy to view.
 $35 for members, $40 for non-members 

WE ARE TAKING NAMES ON A WAIT LIST 

​March
WHEN: Thursday, March 15 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM 

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Supply list TBA 

Click here to contact Vicki Neilon, Workshop Registrar
Please contact Vicki before sending in your entry fee. 
Your Check can be mailed to 
Waterway Art Association 
PO Box 7082
Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469
Please identify the workshop name, phone number, and email contact on your check. 
Colored Pencil Workshop 
Glenn Davis, Cam Instructor will do a workshop for us, back by popular demand!  $35 for members, $40 for non-members 

Information to follow, save the date! 

​April 
WHEN: Thursday, April 12,  9:30 AM - 3:30 PM 

Waterway Art Association 
Announcing the Spring 2018 
Workshop Schedule 





ANNOUNCING !!!
ARTIST LECTURE SERIES 
at Bellinger Artworks, Calabash, NC
Waterway Art Association announces the launch of it's Artist Lecture series to be held at the Bellinger Artworks, 283B Koolabrew Dr., Calabash, NC 28467. 

The Lecture Serices begins March 13 at 1:30 pm with renown artist Rachel Jones who works in oils, watercolors, and acrylics. Rachel uses selective realism and various layering techniques to create narrative portraiture. Continuous honing of her skills and experimenting is a daily activity. Rachel's art has been seen at North Charleston City Gallery Exhibit, Florence Regional Arts Alliance, Burroughs and Chapin Art Museum Collector's Event and Artfields in Lake City, SC.  Rachel will give us an insight into her motivation for her creations. 

William Miller is an award winning professional artist who grew up in Western New York  and enjoyed creating as a child.  He is scheduled to lecture April 10 at 10:00 am. His life story took him to Dallas, TX before his move to Myrtle Beach where we owns and operated the William H. Miller Studios and Fine Art.  Miller will give us his insight into creation of his digital and abstract work  as well as talk about his travels. William's art is currently featured at the Burroughs and Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach. 

In the near future, lecturers will include professional artists Rebeca Zdybel, Jef Sturm, Ruth Cox, Joanne Geisel and Tony Alderman, and Liz Miller, curator of the Burroughs and Chapin Art Museum, will also be a guest lecturer. 

Cost of each lecture is $10 and tickets may be ordered by
 calling 910-277-6100. Seating is limited so please reserve your space early. 


William Miller Exhibit Field Trip, 
Burroughs and Chapin Art Museum, Myrtle Beach
The members of Waterway Art Association have a great opportunity on Sunday, March 4 of this year to travel to Burroughs and Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach to view the work of artist William Miller. William, himself, will be our tour guide and explain his paintings and motivations for creating this body of work. 
Our group will meet Sunday, March 4 at 1:00 pm in the parking lot of the Lowe's Shopping Center in Little River and car pool. The tour will begin at 2 pm.  There is no admission fee, but donations are appreciated.
 If you would prefer you can meet the group at The Art Museum. 
For more information, please attend our general membership meeting this Wednesday, February 21 at 11:00 am at the Bellinger Studio.