Our May 14th program features a watercolor demonstration by plein air artist David Savellano. “I enjoy working outside because it is completely unpredictable.” He captures random moments and spontaneity is his goal!
An architect for 30 years, he uses those drawing and perspective skills to best advantage in his art. He will be working from photographs to paint one of his signature urban scenes. A long term member of California Watercolor Association, David also teaches and will headline workshops in the summer and the fall this year.
Programs are free and open to the public at the El Cerrito Community Center 7007 Moeser Lane.
Our June 11th program will be a talk by Bill Helsel on his photography, both B&W and color .