Author: Irene Hilbert
Author: Irene Hilbert
Annual Fall Art Exhibition
The Windsor Palette & Brush Club Annual Fall Art Exhibition will open on Sunday November 7 with a pop-up market of local artists from 11:00am – 3:00pm. The show will run from November 7 – December 2, 2021 in the lower level of the Windsor Town Hall located at 275 Broad St, Windsor. The Town HallDetails
Post pandemic paint parties are back!
Post pandemic paint parties are back. Butterfly Garden was created as part of the Windsor Monarch Butterfly Project. Contact me for your paint party events.Details
July 10 at the Beanery
Irene’s Traveling Palette is pleased to offer a paint party in conjunction with the First Town Downtown’s Monarch Project Upcycled Planter Challenge! July 10, 2021 at 2:30 at the Beanery, 55 Palisado Ave, Windsor, CT. The cost to participate is $30. That includes all materials and a 14″ x 14″ canvas to create your masterpieceDetails
Safe Paint Parties
Who says you can’t still have fun during a pandemic? We have safe, socially distant paint parties for adults and kids! Contact me for details!Details
Come see my work at the Windsor Palette & Brush Club Annual Fall Art Exhibition from November 2 to December 3, 2020 inside Windsor Town Hall at 261 Broad Street in Windsor, CT Please take a few minutes to walk the halls of the Windsor Town Hall (downstairs) and enjoy the artwork of the members ofDetails
How’s Your WFH Atmosphere?
Decorate your work station at home with creative art – soothing artwork can help you concentrate! Take a Brain Break! Add a photograph of your favorite place near your computer to rest your eyes between assignments. Remember to get up and move! Take a jog around the room or do some jumping jacks every halfDetails
Take a photo of a place you visited and use it for inspiration for your creative expression – maybe your next drawing or painting! Here’s a watercolor I painted from a photo from my trip to Sicily last year – wish I were there!Details
Rock art is a great little, at-home art project! Find a rock, wash it, use a sharpie, draw your design, paint with acrylic paints (or oil) and you can even write a special saying. Spray it with varnish and you’ll be able to leave it outside! This is great activity for kids and it’s veryDetails