Such great camaraderie with joy and spirit pouring forth with Joye Moon. This fabulous two day workshop was an inspiration to all.
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.
On 9/23 Debbie O’Rourke gave a presentation at the member meeting to help members with preparing to sell their artwork. If you missed it, here are Debbie’s notes from her very informative talk. should-i-sell-my-art-and-if-so-how-do-i-do-it-1
Show & Tell turned into a moment of camaraderie. Everyone had some work to show and stories to share about their creative process. As we mixed our stories like a palette of colors the meeting took on the feeling of being at an “Opening”.
April’s member meeting celebrated teachers and painting classes. Students of all levels presented pieces they made during the wide variety of classes taken this year at the CATC.
The new Freestyle Drawing Group is having fun with colored pencil projects.
The Joye Moon Workshop in March was an exciting adventure into all new watercolor techniques with color, discovery and fun.
The Quail Creek Fine Arts Painting Club would like to recognize and remember our most famous member, Laurence “Lonny” Sisson. After a long battle with cancer, Lonny recently passed away at his home in Albuquerque with his beloved wife Judy
Greetings fellow art lovers. Recently, my husband Jim and I had the privilege of spending time at the Albuquerque studio and home of Lonny and Judy Sisson. We also visited the Michael Wigley gallery in Santa Fe, where Lonny’s
In February, 2015 the FAPC welcomed an artist of the highest caliber and a very special new member, Laurence “Lonny” Sisson. Although Lonny and his wife Judy own a home in Quail Creek, they reside in Albuquerque most of the time. During Lonny’s