RAA’s Tuesday night Program on February 26 will spotlight Elizabeth Carr’s, “Mess into Masterpiece” creations of abstract and non-objective paintings using multi-media. She works with several different types of media, such as watercolor, acrylic, ink, collage, and gouache. Prior to becoming an artist, Elizabeth worked with computers for 18 years writing casino software in Las Vegas and Reno. In July 2002, her husband’s job led her to move to San Bernardino and she promptly entered the art scene. Elizabeth first took a class with Watercolor West’s former president Tom Fong. She has also studied extensively with the former president of the National Watercolor Society, Chris Van Winkle. Over the years she has taken workshops with Gerald Brommer, Ratindra Das and Virginia Cobb. Elizabeth served several years on the board of National Watercolor Society as show director. She currently teaches Collage workshops.
The Program is open to the public, free to RAA members, $3 for guests. February 26, 7pm at the Redlands Art Association’s Gallery and Art Center, 215 E. State Street, downtown, Redlands.
Also, Elizabeth will be teaching a collage workshop at RAA’s Gallery on the following Saturday, March 2 from 10 am to 3pm. Sign up at the Gallery or by phone, 909-792-8435.