Acrylic: Consider the Possibilities

Acrylic Demonstration with Renée Emanuel

Date: Thursday,  March 26
Time: 4 – 6 PM
Free to the Public

Acrylic is the shape-shifting water medium. It can be applied in many ways and on different surfaces. It can look like a watercolor or have the appearance of an oil on canvas.  Renée will talk about the characteristics that drew her to painting with acrylic and the challenges it presents.  She’ll do a short demonstration followed by questions. It is a free event, but donations for The Gathering Place will be gratefully accepted. 

A signature member of the National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic and the Pennsylvania Watercolor Societyshe has won many national awards.  Her work was selected for the books Watercolor Expressions, The Best of Acrylic Painting, and was the focus of an article in Country Living Magazine.  Her paintings were awarded recognition in The Best of Pennsylvania Artists and Artisans and are featured in numerous private and public collections. It can be seen at the Peoples Security Bank, the Citizens Bank and the board room of the Abington Regional Wastewater Facility. Her work is featured online at www.etstudioart.com

She teaches and enjoys painting the landscape with her husband and partner Bill Teitsworth here in Northeastern Pennsylvania and at their home and studio in Owls Head Maine. 

Contact Cindy G. Reynolds for more information at 570-222-4665.