This morning’s Quick Draw was great fun. We had 11 participants that included scratch board, drawing, watercolor, acrylic and oil painting. All chose very different projects so it was so interesting to walk around and share with each other what
The Arizona Aqueous XXXII show is currently at the Tubac Center for the Arts.. They had hundreds of entries from all over the country. Only 66 entries made it and one of ours, Don Novakowski is showing two of his
On September 15 the QCFAPC was fortunate to have three talented painters come to demonstrate their watercolor skills simultaneously. A tremendous amount of time and thought went into preparations to make this happen by Dusty and Jim Petty. You can find
The monthly Art Club meeting always holds surprises. What paintings will show up? Our Show and Tell stories reveal who we are and where we are going. Molly Squibb, our Artist of the Month, had stories about what comes out
It turned out to be a great idea to have our summer potluck and show and tell at the pickle ball picnic area. The weather was perfect, the food was good and the sunset was stunning. Here’s the full story:
April 2017 plein air trip to Sabino Canyon.
Such great camaraderie with joy and spirit pouring forth with Joye Moon. This fabulous two day workshop was an inspiration to all.
The Tres Pintores (Steve Piepmeier, Greg Hill and Don Novakowski) had an incredible outing and learning experience on February’s plein air trip to the Tumacacori mission.
The Art Club meeting with guest artist Jim Petty on the color Red in paintings was a great and exciting talk. The discussion ranged from the skill of drawing to painting with confidence with a loaded brush. The power of red is
Members traveled to Empire Ranch where they found western scenery under a sunny Arizona sky. Plein Air trips are fun, challenging and rewarding no matter what medium you choose.