Kathleen E. Dworak, Blue Light Group, 2012, 28 x 21 inches, watercolor on paper.Courtesy of the artist.
Lecture / Discussion | My Appreciation of Watercolor: Reflections on Watercolor with Kathleen E. Dworak
Part of the International Center for Watercolor
Friday, October 10, 2014, 12:30–1 pm
Free with gallery admission
Kathleen E. Dworak will discuss her painting tools and unique reference materials followed by a critique focusing on her watercolor paintings. Ms. Dworak will answer why she choose to paint the subject and decisions made regarding composition, color, and value. She is open to discussing the struggles and mistakes made along the way. “I truly believe that we learn more from our mistakes than we do from our successes.”
Kathleen E. Dworak is an international recognized artist who studied art in the Berkshires with artist Dot Huntley. She moved to the Boston, Massachusetts where she continued to draw and became interested in watercolors. Upon returning home to Western New York, Ms. Dworak passion has turned to motorcycles and automobiles in addition to her floral, cityscapes, and tropical scenes. www.kedwatercolors.com