A Weekend in Norfolk, Ct

NESBA artist Leslie Watkins extends an invitation for any NESBA member to join her to exhibit and/or demonstrate in the wonderful space the National Iron Bank is allowing WaterWorks to use for this three day event.

Music, Art & Nature come together for three exciting days!
August 5, 6, and 7, 2016
Visit WaterWorks Open House at the National Iron Bank, Station Place, 2nd floor

WaterWorks Schedule of Events:

Friday, August 5, 5-6PM: Art Exhibition and Opening Reception - Nature based original watercolor paintings by various artists, art journals and live painting demonstrations.
Friday, August 5, 6-7PM: The History of Watercolor Painting Slideshow and talk on the evolution of traditional watercolor painting presented by Leslie Watkins.
Saturday, August 6, 10AM-5PM: Painting for children and adults, painting demonstrations.
Sunday, August 7, 10AM-5PM: Painting for adults, demonstrations.
Sunday, August 7, 5-6PM: Awards and prizes for notable paintings.

WaterWorks offers instruction in nature based painting, landscape painting, botanical illustration and traditional watercolor techniques. Classes are open to all, beginners through advanced students and are held both indoors and on location in nature preserves, gardens and art centers.




Leslie Watkins’ botanical watercolors and nature studies have appeared internationally on postage stamps, and in books, magazines and fine home products. She has taught enthusiastic students for over 25 years. Both aspiring and experienced painters benefit from the classes and have fun learning. Watkins has exhibited at The Columbus Museum, The Lyman Allyn Art Museum, The National Arts Club and The Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. She is a member of the American Society of Botanical Artists and the New England Guild of Natural Science Illustrators. She is the founding director of the NWCT Berkshire Plein Air Painters.



WaterWorks Open House is generously sponsored by the National Iron Bank. All events are free and art materials are provided.

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