As artists, knowing the color wheel is one of our basic tools to create a successful painting. Each color has it's own personality and purpose in a painting. Each color is essential, and when blended with others creates unique works of art. The WVWS is made up of some very colorful members working together to provide opportunities for local watercolor/watermedia artists. Being a part of one (or more) of the following interest groups is a way to let your color shine and make a positive contribution.
Here are the groups and members who have already chosen to be a part of the team work:
Update By Laws – Verna Ritz, Margie Towery, Mike Phelps, Axie Frey,
Planning monthly programs, fieldtrips, paint outs – Marilyn Martin, Sheila Graveel, Axie Frey
Membership Team – Mike Phelps, Sheila Graveel
Art Exhibit Team – Rebecca Brody, Bobbi Smith, Judy Sorton
Publicity Team – traditional media, update brochure – Margie Towery, Judy Sorton, Lanni Senn
Publicity –/Social Media – Jerie Artz, Margie Towery,
Community Service/Outreach/Student Programs –
Photographer – Jean Jackson/Jerie Artz
Workshop Planning Team – Marilyn Martin,
Fundraising Team – Mike Phelps,
Hospitality Team – Barb Lee, Bobbi Smith, Sheila Graveel, Judy Sorton
Serve as an Officer –
Other – Where needed- Barb Lee; edit anything – Margie Towery;
If you haven't taken the WVWS survey you can find it listed on a blog post on the right side of the blog. Print it off, fill it out and bring it with you to the meeting next week!
Like a color wheel, we can all work together, blending our gifts and abilities for the greater good in our art community.