About 13 artists will have their work on display during October at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury (RWC). These artists are also residents there.
Every October, the RWC watercolor class—taught by Callao resident and local artist Pam Bowers—displays the art they’ve been creating over the previous year. The watercolor, acrylic and alcohol ink artwork shows a range of expression through flowers, still life, landscapes and other subject matter.
“The residents love to see this exhibit every year,” said Bowers, who’s taught art at RWC for 19 years. “They know the artists, so they have a special connection, and they get to see….
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