LANSING
WATERCOLOR
GROUP

Upcoming Events

ABOUT LANSING
WATERCOLOR
GROUP
Come along to our meetups to improve your art in a relaxed and social atmosphere and under the guidance of a professional instructor. Complete beginners to experienced artists all welcome.

Our 2 hour meetups are held in a different location each time, usually outdoors.

Bring your own materials which can be anything from pencils or pastels, to watercolour or oils.

If you are a complete beginner all you need to start are a couple of good drawing pencils, a rubber, and a drawing pad.

Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to experienced artists. The instructor is there to help everyone.

The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

Join the Lansing Watercolor Group on Facebook to share your art and enjoy the art of other locals.
PHOTOS
Lansing Watercolor Group
2024-02-12
Title or Location: Untitled
Part of what makes this one of my favorite pieces was I knew when to stop. I tend to overly fuss with pieces, continuing with touch-up to the point where I end up making a mess of what had been a great piece. But with this one, I stopped even though I still had the itch to fix the "imperfections," and it's all the better for it.
Credit: Becky Matthews-Pease

Lansing Watercolor Group
2024-02-05
Title or Location: Mr. Fish
Painted this in an Alexis Cant? online watercolor class. Just starting to venture into the watercolor world, this painting is in memory of a great fish friend I had - Mr. Fish. He was just a tiny little goldfish when I put him in my outdoor pond and in 3 years he was a giant beautiful fancy goldfish. He had great personality to.
Credit: Pam Abfalter
Lansing Watercolor Group
2024-02-05
Title or Location: Vast Landscape - Sky Study
This piece is a 9 x 12 inch watercolor on Fabriano 140lb cold-pressed paper. This was a result of practicing skyscapes for a commission, added to the "reject" pile. When the commissioned artwork was finished, I went through my pile of practice paintings and was so surprised by this sky. I fell in love with it. The landscape was added to compliment the sky, imaging the view of a bird in flight. It remains one of my favorite watercolor pieces, a reminder of success over perceived failure.
Credit: Sam Sikkenga
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/samsikkengaart/
Instagram: @samsikkengaart

Lansing Watercolor Group
2024-02-05
Title or Location: Bibliophile
I love to read and I enjoy painting. This piece brought my two loves together. Watercolor.
Credit: Michelle Donofrio
Facebook: Michelle Donofrio
Instagram: Mdonofrio1

Sacramento Watercolor Group
2024-02-20
Title or Location: Hummingbird on Bleeding Hearts
I painted this hummingbird for my mother for Mother's Day at my apartment in Redding California. I love how the hummingbird looks up in a searching hopeful way towards the bleeding hearts.
Credit: Crystal Dawn Williams
Memphis Watercolor Group
2024-02-20
Title or Location: Flowering Cherry Tree
Done with my non dominant hand sine I broke my dominant hand. Japanese watercolor and watercolor pencil.
Credit: Danetta Townsdin
Facebook: Danetta Manning Townsdin

Tucson Watercolor Group
2024-02-20
Title or Location: River and Trees
When I make these watercolor paintings, I'm aware that cameras and AI can make the art much faster than me. So I make these paintings using techniques that optimize the strengths of this medium.Exaggerated color palettes and wild brush strokes give the viewer a stronger sense of the communication happening between my mind, eyes, and hand as I make art. It's very low tech and personal. There are faster ways to make art, but none that express me better.
Credit: Roan Carter
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/riendo.camello/
Cardiff Watercolour Group
2024-02-19
Title or Location: Penarth Pier Sunset
Chasing the sunset. I'm an artist and mother with a great love of running. Since becoming a mother in 2021, my free time has dwindled into near non-existence. So, when I do get out for a run, I always want to make the most of it. With little time to train, my exercise had been condensed into early mornings and evenings around my boy's sleep times. Despite the less favourable timing this has brought with it the glorious benefit of gorgeous winter sunrises and sunsets across the water.Alon
Credit: Ruth McLees
Facebook: @RuthMcLeesArt
Instagram: @ruthmcleesart
Sacramento Watercolor Group
2024-02-19
Title or Location: My first born
In this portrait, I wanted to depict the confidence and kindness I see in my daughter. A loose watercolor on 150 . I've been painting all my life and have illustrated several children's books. This is my first submission.
Credit: Joy Allen

Nashville Watercolor Group
2024-02-19
Title or Location: Cookie Monster?s Excellent Snow Day
This is a painting of my oldest son, Mike, when he was 2 - enjoying the snow in his favorite Cookie Monster snowsuit. Mike passed away 13 years ago at the age of 29 from complications caused by a congenital heart defect, so this was a special labor of love!
Credit: ArtByPauline
Facebook: Artbypauline
Instagram: Artbypaulinerogers
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