The Wellesley Society of Artists (WSA) is a community of artists founded in 1933 for the purpose of encouraging and supporting local artists. Member Artists works will be on display in the lobby and Wakelin Room at the Wellesley Free Library, 530 Washington Street, Wellesley, from November 1 through November 28.
On Thursday, November 6, the Society will have a reception with light refreshments at 6:30 pm and present awards for the library jury exhibit at 7:00 pm. Following the Awards presentation, a demonstration will be given by local artist, Nan Rumpf. The subject of Ms. Rumpf’s demonstration will be “Line Resist with Watercolor Technique (Paul Klee inspired).
Ms. Rumpf graduated from the University of Iowa. Her paintings have been exhibited at the Danforth Museum, The Center for the Arts in Natick, The Attleboro Arts Museum and many other venues throughout New England. She has been the recipient of numerous awards and has taught as a visiting artist at Framingham State and Medfield High School. She teaches water media classes and workshops
at the Danforth Museum School and at the Concord Art Association. She is an exhibiting member of the Wellesley Society of Artists and a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society. For more information, visit her website at www.NanRumpf.com
All are welcome to this free and informative event. If you are interested in learning more about WSA , please visit our website for information and membership at www.wellesleysocietyofartists.org.