WAA Program Change, Thursday, October 8th 2015
Demonstration by Cammeron Batanides
Our meeting will take place at St. Paul's Episcopal Church on 16th Street at 6.30pm this Thursday. We find that our previously advertised presenter is unfortunately experiencing flooding around the NE Cape Fear River area adjacent to her home.
We are most fortunate to welcome Cammeron Batanides, who is an instructor at CFCC and at the Cameron Museum. Using rich, vibrant colors to bring the art of music to life on canvas, Batanides' style will make you want to dance, sing, and lose yourself in the rhythm of the moment. A native of Charlotte currently living in Wilmington, she is an international fine artist and children's book author/illustrator. Predominantly working with acrylics, watercolor and charcoal, her works have been featured across the United States and Jamaica. Cammeron will speak to us about her work in performance painting, and demonstrate interpreting music in painting.
Do come to mingle with your fellow WAA artists and to watch this dynamic, interesting and different demo.
See you on Thursday,
WAA Education Chair