Elizabeth Concannon, Feb 1, 1930 – Feb 18, 2021

We are deeply saddened to share with you that our beloved member, Elizabeth “Betty” Concannon, passed away on February 18th. Betty graced our membership with her knowledge, spirit and artwork, and will be sorely missed.  Please click the link below for more information on her life, visitation and funeral mass. Elizabeth Concannon’s Obit Betty joinedContinue reading “Elizabeth Concannon, Feb 1, 1930 – Feb 18, 2021”

Jim Einspanier featured in the Feb 2021 Kirkwood Lifestyle magazine

If you have joined some of the recent Saint Louis Watercolor Society plein air events you have met Jim Einspanier and his friend, John Menousek, who brings Jim to the events and helps him set up his painting equipment.  Both gentlemen enjoy plein air painting and the opportunity to paint in the company of otherContinue reading “Jim Einspanier featured in the Feb 2021 Kirkwood Lifestyle magazine”

Gail Crosson Featured in Cheap Joe’s Catalog

Gail Crosson’s watercolor collage entitled Hootlets was featured in the new Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff 2021 Guide to Great Art catalog on page 20. Gail has been busy with her artwork during the pandemic and decided to send her collage in to Cheap Joe’s for consideration in their section “What We’re Doing” and it wasContinue reading “Gail Crosson Featured in Cheap Joe’s Catalog”

News from Alicia Farris

Alicia Farris was extremely honored to receive the Kashiwa Legacy Award from judge, Robert J. O’Brien with her entry, “Strength and Struggle” in the 2020 Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors in Old Forge, NY.  She was honored to gain acceptance in the Kentucky Watercolor 2020 Aqueous USA with her painting, “Persuasion,” the Philadelphia Watercolor SocietyContinue reading “News from Alicia Farris”