Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Christopher Schink, Mryna Wacknov, and David Lobenberg





Last Friday (Feb. 6). I had the honor to participate in a three-artist, live watercolor portrait exhibition put on by the Oakmont Art Association in Santa Rosa, California. Christopher Schink (publisher of "The Palette Magazine"), Myrna Wacknov (AWS and NWS), and yours truly spent two hours painting a female model by the name of Juanita. Afterward we each did a Powerpoint presentation about our art. Outside the auditorium, the rain came down in buckets, but more than a hundred plus people showed up to see us do our thing. Great fun and definitely three different takes on Juanita!

3 comments:

Barbara Muir said...

Now that would have been so much fun! Wonderful work David.

Your fan in the dot,

Barbara

CrimsonLeaves said...

All three are fabulous portraits, each in a unique style!

David Lobenberg said...

Thanks Barbara. The cool thing is that I went into this nervous, but pulled off a good portrait. Yahoo!