Linda Faber is Artist of the Month for February. Her work will be displayed during the month of February at City Hall. Faber enjoys working in oils and color pencils but her favorite medium is acrylics. Ms. Faber has been painting for over 20 years. She is well known for her Civil War and U.S. Deputy Marshal paper prints and canvas prints. She also depicts the Civil War on individual note cards and card sets. These can be viewed at City Hall, on the internet and at the Museum of History in Fort Smith. Ms. Faber is a member of the National Society of Decorative Artists. She attends national painting conventions and teaches art classes at Chaffee Crossing.
Wanda Granderson will be displaying two paintings at BanCorpSouth. One is titled "Hitting the Hay" after a long day of play, it’s a cute but exhausted puppy taking a nap. The other painting is of a Hibiscus flower titled "Flaunting Flora." This piece was inspired by the artist Georgia O’Keeffe. Both pieces of artwork were completed in Prisma color pencils.
The Greenwood Art Guild meets once a month on the fourth Thursday at 6pm in the Community Room of Farmers Bank. Our next meeting is February 27. We will be doing sketches of romantic Paris, France for a Valentine month theme. Visitors are welcome.
Check us out on our website, www.greenwoodartguild.com. Artwork from January’s project can be viewed on the Greenwood Art Guild Facebook. There are many unique interpretations of one select landscape image.