The Clinton Art Association was established in 1949 by a small group of professional artists dedicated to growth of the arts along the Connecticut shoreline. The CAS has become a vibrant influence on the arts in Connecticut and its members represent towns across Connecticut and throughout New England. Member artists work in all fine-art media including painting and sculpture. Their collective talents bring styles ranging from traditional to abstract.
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Terriific Demo with David Wenzel today!
Over 35 people attended the CAS demo with Illustrator David Wenzel this afternoon. Families, young artists and students, Hobbit fans, along with Clinton Art Society members enjoyed a fascinating demonstration at the Park and Rec Building at Indian River Complex in Clinton today. David reviewed his career as an illustrator and discussed in detail his materials, techniques and artistic choices as he demonstrated by working on an original watercolor illustration for his latest book Kingdom of the Dwarves, due out next September. Afterwards he signed prints and books creating original sketches with each signature. At the end of the signing line, a 16-year old homeschooled artist presented David with a sketch she drew of him during the demonstration.
Thank you Joanne McCarty for arranging for the wonderful demonstration.
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