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Featured Artist for March - Amy Arons
Amy Arons was born and raised in Northern New Jersey and has been drawing and painting for as long as she can remember. Although she started with oils, Amy fell in love with the vibrancy of watercolors and has been painting with them ever since.
Amy enjoys painting a variety of subject matter – showcasing friends, family, and her exciting travels around the world. In her words, "I want to leave a legacy when I am gone. A story of where I traveled, what I saw, and who I held dear to my heart. A memoir in paint." She prefers to paint in the early morning daylight when her energy is at its highest and she can select from what she calls "the colors of a kaleidoscope – the colors of a sunlit day." While her process starts with digitally projecting photo images onto paper, the real magic starts when the paint meets the paper. Amy is also a signature member of the Virginia Watercolor Society and the Baltimore Watercolor Society.
“I paint because I can relive the moment that moved me initially... because I enjoy the magic that makes the moment come to life.”
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