The Wellington Art Society will feature a demonstration by member and past president Suzanne Redmond at its Wednesday, Oct. 14 meeting. The meeting demonstration will take place through the WAS Zoom virtual link, which is distributed by e-mail to all members.
A meet-and-greet will begin at 7 p.m., followed by a member spotlight and brief meeting. The event will conclude with Redmond’s demonstration. The public is invited. RSVP to email@example.com for the Zoom link to attend.
Redmond is a local art professional in the Wellington area. She has a business background in accounting, and after years working in financial and contract management, she switched gears to pursue her artistic side. As she became more connected within the arts community, she found herself organizing art shows and helping artists with their business and writing tasks.
Redmond then started her own podcast, The Left Brain Artist, where she interviews a new artist every week. Interview topics include art and artistic techniques in addition to exploring how each artist creates and maintains a successful business. With more than one million downloads in just a few short years, Redmond’s podcast has become a local sensation and an international platform for artists interested in creative and business development. To learn more about Redmond and her podcast, visit www.suzanneredmond.com.
In addition to the virtual meeting demonstration, the Wellington Art Society is participating in a virtual gallery through Oct. 16. This is an open-themed exhibit featuring artworks including sculptures, fine art photography, paintings and more. Viewers can see the artwork in a 3D virtual gallery, and everything is for sale. For more information, and to view the virtual gallery, visit www.wellingtonartsociety.org or https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/en/exhibition/2095366/was-member-showcase.
The Wellington Art Society is a nonprofit charitable organization in its 39th year. It is open to artists of all mediums and patrons of the arts, allowing both local and regional artists to display their art work in local galleries, interact with other artists and serve the community through their art.