MEMPHIS
WATERCOLOR
GROUP

Upcoming Events

Summer Solstice Splendor Watercolor Class

Summer Solstice Splendor Watercolor Class

Saturday 29 June
Downtown Memphis - Riverside Drive - 10am - 2 Hours
Shemond Pierce
Step into the radiant glow of the Summer Solstice Splendor Watercolor Class! Immerse yourself in the warm embrace of the season as we harness the vibrant energy of the sun to create stunning watercolor masterpieces. From sun-kissed landscapes to shimmering seascapes, let your creativity shine under the guidance of our experienced instructors.

Bring your own basic watercolor art materials and prepare for an enchanting journey into the heart of summer's beauty. Full event details will be revealed upon confirmation of booking, so secure your spot today and get ready to paint the season in all its splendor!
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$47      
ABOUT MEMPHIS
WATERCOLOR
GROUP
Come along to our meetups to improve your art in a relaxed and social atmosphere and under the guidance of a professional instructor. Complete beginners to experienced artists all welcome.

Our 2 hour meetups are held in a different location each time, usually outdoors.

Bring your own materials. If you are a complete beginner all you need to start is a set of watercolour paints, brushes, and water container.

Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to experienced artists. The instructor is there to help everyone.

The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

Join the Memphis Watercolor Group on Facebook to share your art and enjoy the art of other locals.
ARTISTS
Shemond Pierce
Shemond, a current student at the University of Memphis pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design, is also recognized as a contemporary artist. Specializing in acrylic, oil, and watercolor mediums, they possess a comprehensive understanding of color theory, Adobe software, and print production techniques.

With a creative repertoire that spans abstract art, constructivism, and computer art, they boast three years of experience in fine arts and six years in graphic art and design/development. Utilizing both printed and drawn images, they craft canvases to produce exquisite fine art pieces.

As an active member of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS), they have honed their leadership skills and are eager to share their expertise. Passionate about nurturing the potential of emerging artists, they aspire to guide and inspire individuals who may be undiscovered in the realm of contemporary art.
PHOTOS
Memphis Watercolor Group
2024-06-10
Title or Location: Wild Carrots At Dusk
I named this watercolor "Wild Carrot At Dusk" (18"x14.25") I wanted to capture the sun setting on some Wild Carrots or Dacus Carota you probably call it Queen Anne's Lace. This painting is part of a series where I am working to feature everyday things in our environment to celebrate them and have the viewer look closer at their glory. Therefore I use beautiful colors and knockout textures to bring out the beauty in nature, hopefully making you look twice. The symbolism of this wild flower is san
Credit: Mary Couillard
Facebook: mary.couillard.792
Instagram: @marycouillardart

Memphis Watercolor Group
2024-05-12
Title or Location: Passing Time

Credit: Linda Soder
Memphis Watercolor Group
2024-02-20
Title or Location: Flowering Cherry Tree
Done with my non dominant hand sine I broke my dominant hand. Japanese watercolor and watercolor pencil.
Credit: Danetta Townsdin
Facebook: Danetta Manning Townsdin

Memphis Watercolor Group
2024-02-07
Title or Location: "Reflection"
I decided during the ice and cold weather we had recently to set up a quiet place around my recliner with a blanket, my watercolor pads and easel to take some time to enjoy the week painting. I turned on youtube videos of aquatic ocean with relaxing meditation music. All of a sudden my brush decided to paint "Reflection" from the imprint of the marine bold and beautiful movements I was watching. Taking all of those movements creating a piece of artwork that can speak without saying words gives s
Credit: Suzanne Evans
Facebook: Suzanne Evans Art
Instagram: Suzanne Evans Art

Memphis Watercolor Group
2023-10-11
Title or Location: Magnolia Diptych
Growing up in Memphis, Tennessee and now residing in Hernando, Mississippi magnolias have always been a piece of nature?s beauty I have admired. I began studying magnolia shapes on my walks with my daughter and painted several pieces in a study of the blooms. A local Memphis designer, Maggie Clarke, came across my works and commissioned me to paint these 26x36 watercolors. This diptych largest size I have done to date!
Credit: Tara Burt
Facebook: @TaraBurtDesigns
Instagram: @TaraBurtDesigns
Memphis Watercolor Group
2023-09-02
Title or Location: Wild flowers
Painted flowers from my yard.
Credit: Darlene Olive

Sydney Watercolour Group
2024-06-18
Title or Location: Glaciers
This is an image from my imagination. I wanted to create an atmospheric mood.
Credit: David Johnson
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/david.johnson2
Instagram: Communicating Creatively. Also, Light Inspired.
Winston Salem Watercolor Group
2024-06-17
Title or Location: Peacock Feather
I have always been fascinated by the beauty and iridescence of peacock feathers. I painted this small, 5x7, piece as a bit of practice and appreciation.
Credit: Amanda Goins
Facebook: Amanda Goins Art/ https://www.facebook.com/amandagoins44
Instagram: @amandagoins_44/ https://www.instagram.com/amandagoins_44/
Atlanta Watercolor Group
2024-06-17
Title or Location: Tulsa Oklahoma
Deva the cat!
Credit: Patricia Chambers

Portsmouth Watercolour Group
2024-06-17
Title or Location: Watercolour Rhino
I am a self taught artist. I have recently started using watercolour and I?m loving it so far.
Credit: Carole Tambling
Auckland Watercolour Group
2024-06-17
Title or Location: The photo which is referenced in this watercolor was taken at Aoraki/ Mt Cook National Park by Kavan Chay which made the cut for the 2024 Milky Way Photographer of the Year international competition.
I have always loved watching the milky way, its the brightest out at sea. I have never been able to capture it with a camera. I had this idea in my head about painting a red house on a lonely hill with the milky way above it showing how small we are compared to the universe. Then I came across this shot taken out at Aoraki/ Mt Cook National Park by Kavan Chay and it was like the universe had heard me and given me a reference photo. the watercolor looks nothing like the original photo but I love
Credit: Parizad Dantra
Facebook: Parizad Dantra
Instagram: herc_odie
Bridgeport Watercolor Group
2024-06-13
Title or Location: Flower with Pink and White Petals
Watercolor on Arches 300lb weight 9?x12? Sennelier watercolor paints
Credit: Diana Wendy

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