We Reminisce

We Reminisce, 20 x 16" transparent botanical  watercolor on paper
We Reminisce, 20 x 16″ transparent botanical watercolor on paper

Sweet Spot Summer

It has been such a fun summer with my little Mayville Watercolors gallery next door to the Sweet Spot cafe.  Can you tell how much fun we are having?

Sweet Spot Summer, 12 x 16" transparent watercolor on D'Arches rough paper
Sweet Spot Summer, 12 x 16″ transparent watercolor on D’Arches rough paper

Jackson and Grandpa

A special bond.

Jackson and Grandpa, 14 x 11" watercolor on d'Arches rough
Jackson and Grandpa, 14 x 11″ watercolor on d’Arches rough

VFW Painters Made Beautiful Cards This Week

Folks got down to business and created some exquisite watercolor greeting cards at the Mayville VFW on Tuesday.

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Barcelona Afternoon

 

Barcelona Afternoon, 11 x 14" plein air watercolor on paper
Barcelona Afternoon, 11 x 14″ plein air watercolor on paper

A plein-air watercolor painted on Lake Erie,  just 7 miles up the road in Barcelona, NY

Mayville Watercolors Gallery Opens This Week

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We are delighted to announce the state of NY has given Mayville Watercolors permission to open.  We are official!

Address:
2 N. Erie Street, Mayville, NY 14757
Gallery hours:
Thursday through Saturday, 11 to 4
We carry beautiful watercolors and hope you will come by and choose something special.  Put something beautiful on your wall!
On Saturday, August 22 drop by and meet our two wonderful guest artists:

Beautiful wood artistry by visiting artist Josh Martin will be featured on Saturday
Beautiful wood artistry by visiting artist Josh Martin will be featured on Saturday

 

The unique jewelry designs by artist Jennifer Minard will also be featured.
The unique jewelry designs by artist Jennifer Minard
Fridays we offer one hour card painting classes for beginners.
Fridays we offer one hour card painting classes for beginners.

Click HERE for information and to enroll in our Friday classes for beginners.  They will run through September 2015.

 

 

“Every new painting is like throwing myself into the water without knowing how to swim.” – Édouard Manet.