Bivenne Harvey Staiger, Watercolor Artist
Bivenne Harvey Staiger, an award-winning watercolorist, demonstrates her watercolor technique on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at High Street School (behind the Congregational Church) in South Glastonbury. Recognized for her instructive demonstrations, it will be rewarding and inspirational to watch Bivenne paint those things that inspire her.
Bivenne’s works are almost always derived from nature, which provides her with endless inspiration. She portrays her subjects, often trees, animals, flowers, plants, and landscapes, in an unexpected way, and is known for her powerful, detailed, colorful, high-contrast watercolor paintings, pastels and scraperboard.
Originating from Great Neck, NY, Bivenne has a BFA from SUNY/Stony Brook, and worked as a textile designer in New York City for many years. She began painting, exhibiting and teaching in earnest since moving to Connecticut in 2001 and has received many regional and national awards for her paintings.
Bivenne is an elected member of the Salmagundi Club, NYC, Vice President of the Connecticut Watercolor Society, President of The Art Guild of Middletown, and Charter Member of Maple & Main Gallery of Fine Art, Chester.
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