Tom Lynch Watercolor Demonstration & Luncheon

  • 06 May 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Rhode Island Watercolor Society 831 Armistice Blvd Pawtucket, RI 02861
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Date & Time: Saturday, May 6  12:00pm - 1:30pm

Price: $15 for Members / $20 for Non Members

Come see a watercolor demonstration at the Rhode Island Watercolor Society by Tom Lynch. Enjoy a tastily lunch while you watch Tom create a masterpiece! Sandwiches and cookies will be served.

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Tom has been referred to as one of the nation's premier watercolorists. He has written 7 books and hosted several award winning PBS TV Art Series. He was recently listed as one of the nation's top 20 teachers by a leading Art magazine. He is represented by some of the nation's leading museums and art galleries. He has been the spokesperson for the entire National Art Materials Trade Association, and continues to be the international spokesperson for many leading art material manufacturers. Tom is currently featured on the new cable TV channel Visual Arts Network, and in 2007 he became the CMO and featured artist for Art Academy Live (the leading on-line education source).

With his uniquely styled landscape paintings, he strives for a level of excitement, movement and resonance that seems to push somewhere beyond what the environment naturally provides.

When considering subjects he tries to search for something striking; like the color of the sky, the direction of natural light, pattern of shadows, or the glint of sunlight on water. He then embellishes those striking features.

Lynch hopes that by accentuating those things that are sometimes easy to miss, he can provoke viewers to ... "Have something to think about, not just something to see". Each painting Tom creates can be seen as special. "I feel it's the job of the artist to bring to the viewer the best of what can be found in the landscape along with a little creativity or exaggeration ... normal and ordinary are not for me."

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