The WTCFA board members will attend a training session to learn how to manage content on the WTCFA website. The event will be held on Thursday, April 19, 2018, from 1 pm to 5pm in Clinton Township.
The training will be taught by Ted Lang of Advantage Information Systems. Ted has been providing Website design and development, Internet marketing, and video production and marketing for 25 years, and has just completed a re-design of the WTCFA website, WarrenFineArts.com.
We invite all WTCFA members to visit the site and get acquainted with the resources it offers members.
For those of us who are also members of DSWP&S, there is a show at the DYC in July, a nautical theme, entries to be in by June 24. Nancy C ad Paula W, hope you enter. The theme is nautical. Party on the Saturday at the DYC. If anyone cannot get their work there on July 16, I will be glad to take it. Please reAD the prospectus, as you either have to borrow an easel from DYC or bring your own.
If you have a website, it should be listed on the “Members Art” page of our WTCFA website. Get your name listed even if you are part of a organization website page as Marcia Allegranza is. Every bit of publicity could help. Take a look!
Watercolor Workshop with Marilynn Thomas June 27, 2015, 10 am until 4 pm at Motor City Arts Studio LLC 3555 East 14 Mile Road, Sterling Heights, Michigan 48310 See the Motor City Artist Studio page on Facebook or http://www.motorcityartstudio.com/ and my work at www.marilynnthomas.com $75 fee, $20 deposit mailed to …Continue reading →
I decided to stop by the Pastel Skill Sharing Session, which is held every Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Warren Community Center, to get an understanding of what it is all about. There were about nine Warren Tri-County Art Association members present today, to …Continue reading →
New artwork has arrived at Great Lakes Family Restaurant located at 36830 Harper Avenue in Clinton Township, Michigan. A great deal of effort from participating members of Warren Tri-County Arts Association goes into creating a beautiful space to dine in. First, artwork from the prior show has to come down. …Continue reading →
How To Make Your Own Custom Drawing Board If you are tired of dragging around that oversized drawing board that requires extra paper to be sacrificed in order to cushion the drawing you are working on, then this project is the perfect solution for you! Gather the following supplies, all …Continue reading →
Any pastel artist who frames their work will tell you that pastel dust is an issue. Over time pastel dust falls from the work and dirties the bottom edge of the matting. When framing and matting a pastel painting, before mounting the matting into the frame fix a thin piece …Continue reading →
To thin my oil paints, I prefer Weber Odorless Turpenoid. It’s thin and colorless and it decreases drying time. I pour into a glass jar with lid (think pickle jar) and reuse. The paint sediment will fall to the bottom of the jar leaving the clear turp floating on the …Continue reading →