Morgan is a native of Princeton. He lives and paints in San Francisco, California. While on a home visit – he decided to join the Watercolor Guild for their informal painting session.
Morgan is an avid watercolor artist but paints also in other media. The Watercolor Guild appreciates being able to observe and learn from a professional artist, such as Bob Morgan.
Members of WAG/TLC continue to meet on an informal basis during the summer months. On the first Monday of every month, they meet at the John L. Street Library in Cadiz, Kentucky at 10 a.m.
On the third Monday, they meet at the George Coon Library in Princeton also at 10 a.m. Formal meetings will resume in September. The guild welcomes beginners as well as experienced watercolor artists to their painting sessions.
The mission of the Watercolor Artist’s Guild of Trigg, Lyon and Caldwell Counties of Kentucky is to provide a nurturing supportive environment for adult watercolor artists by engaging in painting groups and workshops, co-operative purchasing of educational materials and supplies, and promoting art in the community.
WAG – TLC membership is open to all individuals who are interested in watercolor painting and are willing to uphold the purpose of the guild. Members shall complete an application and pay annual dues. For more information, log onto www.wag-tlc.com,⌘or call Estelle Bernot at 270-388-0013.
At every meeting, a brief business meeting is held then members paint, provide each other assistance, and compare painting techniques.
In addition, WAG members help to educate the communities by conducting “mini” lessons throughout the year. The WAG Art Guild is always looking for new members.
This press release was submitted by Maria Bruzewski, Publicity Chair for the Watercolor Guild of Trigg, Lyon and Caldwell County.