The Tuesday, November 27, 2018 CCWS program meeting will take place in the Wesley Building of the San Luis Obispo United Methodist Church, 1515 Fredericks St, SLO.
The evening starts with Social Time at 6:30 pm and with Pam Haste's presentation starting at 7:00 pm.
In her November presentation, Pam will share what she loves about the challenges of watercolor, presenting some ideas and tips she has learned over the years to help with the inspiration and creation of a painting. Pam will discuss using different implements including ink, crayons and watercolor pencils for different effects.
The Central Coast Watercolor Society (CCWS) was founded in 1976 for the purpose of furthering interest and appreciation in the watercolor medium. It is an independent group of artists, collectors, teachers, students and anyone interested in watercolor and water media. We are located on the beautiful central coast of California in San Luis Obispo County. CCWS holds a general meeting each month at 6:30pm at the United Methodist Church, 1515 Fredericks Street, San Luis Obispo. All meetings are free and open to the public and routinely host guest artists, demonstrations, and lectures suitable for all levels.
Pam Haste Presentation for November Program
She is a signature member of the Central Coast Watercolor Society, a member of Arts Obispo, and the Paso Robles Art Association and has shown her work in many shows throughout the county.
The Central Coast Watercolor Society
Pam Haste loves to paint with watercolors. Their fluid properties allow her to express her interpretation of a subject while experimenting with the transparent properties of the media and the abstract elements of color, shape, and form. She finds great joy in painting outdoors with a plein air group when the natural lighting at the time lends itself to so many interpretations and opportunities for creative expression. She loves art and loves losing herself in it when she is in the creative zone.
All paintings are by Pam Haste. They are all copyrighted by the artist.
Pam has had a keen interest in art all her life. She graduated with a degree in Studio Arts from UC Irvine with a focus on drawing, etching, and printmaking. In her employment years, she has done technical drawings, gallery work, renderings, drafting, taught art and art history to young students and other non-art related work. Pam feels fortunate to have had many wonderful mentors over the years, especially John Barnard.