The demonstrator for the December demo was Candy Witcher. She demonstrated "Painting a Winter Snow Scene in Watercolor".
The meeting was held in the Guild Hall at the First Congregational Church of Reading at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 14th .
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Here is Candy's bio:
Candy Witcher graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing. She also studied at the Museum School of Fine Arts and the Massachusetts College of Art as well as with exceptional artists such as Nita Leland, Mary Ellen Conway, and Suzanne Binnie.
Witcher draws and paints from life, when possible, and from her own photographs. Her subjects are inspired by nature, light and color. She teaches painting and drawing, demonstrates her watercolor techniques at various art shows in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, where she has won numerous awards.
Witcher holds memberships in the Nashua Artists' Association, the Manchester Artists' Association, and the Newburyport Art Association.
During her demonstration, witcher will discuss watercolor techniques, painting supplies and watercolor papers. She will demonstrate in four easy steps how to paint a lovely winter snow scene and show examples of each step in the process.