“Yellowstone – Watercolor Memories of 2020” by Gwendolyn Bragg September 2021 Featured Artist in building W-6
“Yellowstone – Watercolor Memories of 2020” by Gwendolyn Bragg will be on view at the Workhouse Arts Center in building 6 during September 2021. And, also featured in the Second Saturday Art Walk on Saturday, September 11, 2021 from 6pm – 9pm.
Gwen Bragg is an artist and art instructor who lives in Alexandria, VA. Holding a BS in Art Education and a MFA in Drawing and Painting from James Madison University, she currently teaches watercolor at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton where she has a studio. In addition to a workshop held annually in Orkney Springs Virginia almost every year she leads an international painting workshop to “someplace with interesting architecture, artifacts and rock” including Croatia, Greece, Italy, Spain, France, and Peru. She holds Signature Membership in the National, Baltimore, Virginia and Alabama Watercolor Societies and is past president of the Potomac Valley Watercolorist and past State President of VWS. Her work is included in the collections of the National Institutes of Health, Philip Morris, American Bank, Petersburg Area Art League, and the Carrier Library of James Madison University.