Deb Ward, GWS, OWS, PWS, WSI - WATERCOLOR/WATER MEDIA - My passion is teaching adult “beginners”. Weekly classes in my home; workshops; classes for Cincinnati Recreation Commission. My work is nationally recognized and published - see “Featured” on my sidebar. I’m a Signature Member of Georgia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana state Watercolor Societies, Cincinnati Art Club, past-President of Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society. Contact info below under “Class Information”

Tuesday, October 27, 2015


My painting at the entrance to the show.
I had missed the opening of this show, and even though I had received the show catalog, I was anxious to see it in person.

After we left Carmel we drove to the Indianapolis Museum of Art and had lunch in their cafeteria.  If you are in the area I highly recommend the "Monet Salad"!  We sat in the area overlooking the outside fountain - it was a beautiful blue sky day.

Once we were "fed and watered" we strolled over to the show.  I had heard my painting was hung in a good spot, and I have to agree!

There were several people coming and going while we looked around at the paintings, which made me happy.

If you go to the Museum, the gallery is on the first floor opposite the gift shop so you cannot miss it!


RH Carpenter said...

You are getting paintings all over the US, Deb!! Great for you and I know it takes planning, work - and talent - to get this done :) I may try to get over there but not sure I can talk Sweetie into taking time...we'll see! Did you get many more photos?

martinealison said...


Je suis très heureuse d'apprendre que votre oeuvre était bien en valeur à l'entrée de la galerie.
Je suis certaine qu'elle fait sensation. Toutes mes félicitations.

Je suis gourmande et j'imagine que la salade Monet était harmonieusement colorée.

Gros bisous ☾

debwardart said...

So Martine said this: I am very happy to learn that your work was well worth the entrance of the gallery.
I'm sure she is feeling. Congratulations.
I am greedy and I imagine that Monet salad was harmoniously colored

I'm sure something is lost in translation (!!) Just wish I remembered much more of my high school French!
My reply to you, Martine, is that I was happy to see my painting at the entrance, and the Monet salad was pretty to look at as well as delicious to eat! Thank you for stopping by.

To Rhonda - I got a couple more photos of paintings I particularly liked but will not be posting them, sorry.