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Carol Case Siracuse , April Garden, 2012; watercolor on paper

Carol Case Siracuse , April Garden, 2012; watercolor on paper

Lecture / Discussion  |  My Appreciation of Watercolor: A Personal View with Carol Case Siracuse

Part of the International Center for Watercolor Lunch and Lecture Series

Friday, April 19, 2013, 12:30–1 pm

Conference Room 227  

Enjoy a lunch at the Burchfield Cafe before attending My Appreciation of Watercolor: A Personal View lecture series from 12:30-1:00 p.m. Watercolor presentations are held on the first and third Fridays’ starting February 15 – May 17 in the conference room. Lectures are free with gallery admission.

Carol Case Siracuse will demonstrate her method of documenting her travels and her Buffalo surroundings using a sketching journal, pen, watercolor pencils and paints. She will share her journals and encourage sketching as an alternative to using a camera for a memorable travel experience.

Carol Case Siracuse is a retired architect who has returned to the art making of her undergraduate years when she majored in Fine Arts particularly printmaking and drawing. She paints in watercolors, draws and paints in pen and ink, and uses various water media. Carol’s journals are her way of documenting her life page by page.