The CCWS September 24, 2019 Meeting Starts with Social Time at 6:30 pm and the Marcie Hawthorne Demonstration at 7:00 pm. called “Tips for Art Journaling Life’s Large and Small Adventures.” Please bring your own journal for some demo journaling along with Marcie.
Her award winning work is in many collections in California and throughout the world. She enjoys the challenge of working in many different mediums and so far she has excelled in: watercolor, acrylics, oils, colored pencil, graphite, pen and ink, print mak- ing, mosaics, etched glass, and digital media.
Prospective members are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Jerry Smith by email at [email@example.com]
“The real voyage of discovery is not seeing new landscape, but in having new eyes.”
This quote by Marcel Proust best describes the joyful realism that Marcie Hawthorne brings to her art. Marcie has done many things in her long professional art career: fine art, book illustration, commercial natural history art, public art, murals, digital painting and concept design. Her latest focus is public art and mural painting.
She enjoys the challenge of working in many different mediums and so far she has excelled in: watercolor, acrylics, oils, colored pencil, graphite, pen and ink, print making, mosaics, etched glass, and digital media.
Marcie often documents her travels and life in art journals, both the large and small adventures.
She invites you to explore watercolor art journaling, and encourages you to bring your own journals to share. Visit her website: marciehawthorne.com with link below.
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 in the Wesley Building 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.
Paintings are copyrighted by the artist.
The Central Coast Watercolor Society