The Needham Art Association will be meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5 at the Needham Library. Artist, Deborah Drummond will be there to give an acrylic painting demonstration.
As an abstract artist, Deborah engages in the artistic process as an expressive exploration. Working primarily in acrylic and other water-based media and without a specific planned outcome, she strives to take advantage of play of materials and instinct to develop her images.
Although her work is non-representational, it is often inspired by the forms found in nature and the figure. Deborah prefers to let intuition and unexpected happenings lead her paintings direction. The evolution of her work method offers never-ending experiences and possibilities.
Deborah exhibits in the New England area and some of her work can be viewed on her website: www.deborahdrummondart.com
The meeting and art demo will take place in the Community Room in the Needham Public Library at 1139 Highland Avenue. It is wheelchair accessible. The event is free and the public is invited to attend. The Needham Art Association enriches Needham by exhibiting over 500 paintings in town locations every year. It welcomes new members. Details of NAA events can be found on the NeedArts calendar.
Members of the Needham Art Association have ongoing art exhibits at the following Needham locations: Middlesex Savings Bank, Rino Salon D’ Italia, Steven Palmer Center, Petite Beauty Salon, and the Travel Service Bureau.