The monthly meeting of the North Penn Arts Alliance on February 7th at the Lansdale Public Library will have a special presentation by NPAA member Kass Morin Freeman.
Kass is the recipient of more than one hundred regional, national & international awards in watercolor. Her work has been featured in six books, and twice in International Artists magazine. Starting out, her major love was metal sculpture and she feels that this affection for hard-edged shapes in space has often influenced the subjects that she chooses for her watercolors.
She says: “Since early childhood I have been fascinated by the faces of people, especially their expression as they are engaged in some activity.” The storytelling quality of a picture is important to her, as is the light and shadow across a form and how the shapes are defined by the atmosphere and the “feel of the air” surrounding them. Kass attended Moore College of Art & Design and The Tyler School of Fine Art.
This evening, Kass will be bringing several of her watercolors and will be talking to us about how her process lead to the finished pieces. So please join us on February 7th at 7:00 p.m. at the Lansdale Public Library 301 Vine Street, Lansdale, PA.