Jerry Caron, Reflections in Watercolor
Glastonbury Arts will soak a paintbrush with water and color for the next GOT ART event: JERRY CARON, accomplished artist, teacher, and magazine illustrator, will demonstrate watercolor painting techniques and facilitate a discussion about the medium on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 at 6:30pm in the Friends Room at Welles-Turner Memorial Library, 2407 Main Street in Glastonbury. This program is free and open to the public.
Jerry, who “creates illusions of light and atmosphere in paint,” graduated in 1963 from the Vesper George School of Art in Boston and worked in the publishing industry until 1976, when he decided to pursue a full-time fine art career. He studied at the Art Students League in New York with the artists Harvey Dinnerstein, Aaron Shikler, Burt Silverman, and Morton Kaisch. Jerry was a member of the faculty of the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts for seventeen years where he taught Drawing, Perspective, Composition and Design, Color Theory, and Landscape painting in Watercolor and Oil. His work was featured on the cover of Yankee Magazine, and was published in Backpacker Magazine and a children’s encyclopedia published by McGraw-Hill.
In the 1980’s, Jerry created and appeared in a series of television programs (Storer Television) featuring watercolor demonstrations. For four years, Jerry taught on-site painting workshops in Booth Bay Harbor, Maine, and has taught and lectured throughout New England. Jerry has been an artist member of the Salmagundi Club, NY, the New England Watercolor Society, MA, the Providence Watercolor Society, RI, The Copley Society, Boston, MA, and The Hudson Valley Art Association, NY.
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