Neighbor Jesse Schlenker wants to tell you about the Watercolor Community of San Francisco, a new group of local watercolor enthusiasts who will meet at the Bernal Heights Library tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 17 (and every other Friday thereafter). There’s also a group show going up on Nov. 2 at Cafe 78 in La Lengua.
Neighbor Jesse writes:
I’d like to introduce the Watercolor Community of San Francisco (formerly known as the Russellers).
We meet at the Bernal library every other Friday from 1-5pm to paint together, share techniques and enjoy each other’s company. We welcome any fellow watercolorist who would like to paint with us. No instructor is provided but we do learn from each other. Our next meeting is this Friday, Oct. 17th.
Check us out on our blog.
Our original group met each other while taking the watercolor classes of Kay Russell, who taught at City College. When she retired a few years ago, we decided to create our group to continue to enjoy the community and camaraderie her classes had fostered.
Every year we have a group show which is coming up on Nov. 1st. Come, check us out and enjoy our artwork!
Here are the details:
Watercolor Community of San Francisco 4th Annual Group Show
Cafe 78 at 78 29th St./ Tiffany / between Mission and Guerrero St.
Starting Sun. Nov. 2nd, running through Sat. Nov. 29th
Our reception will be on Fri. Nov. 7th from 5-7pm
Artists participating in the show are: Avelina Leanos, Laurie Wigham, Gail Block, Janie Dubuque, Shirley Edwards, Heather Solway, John Webster, Jesse Schlenker, Juliet DiGiovanni, Joanie Helgeson, Colleen Sundquist, Jo Hunter, Carmel Adams, and Peg Robinson.
IMAGE: Watercolor by Neighbor Jesse Schlenker