Award winning artist, instructor and author, Bev Jozwiak, boldly interprets her subject matter in a spontaneous and highly personal way. She will give a watercolor demonstration at our general membership meeting on Thursday, April 16, 2015.
Her favorite subjects are ballet students, animals, portraits and children with umbrellas. According to Bev, a painting without emotion is boring. She does not consider herself a portrait painter because she presents a suggestion of the persona, the spirit of the person, the mood of the moment and the gesture of the form, not a detailed portrait.
Bev graduated with honors from Western Washington University with a Fine Arts degree and Art History minor. Represented by eight galleries in Oregon and Washington State, she is also a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, NWWS, Watercolor West and the National Watercolor Society. Feature articles have been written about her in American Artist, The Artist’s Magazine, Art Collector and International Artist. Her book, Painting Life with Life, focuses on painting people and animals.
Together with husband Bob, and dog Chumlee, a 75 pound Border Collie, Bev resides in an historic home in Vancouver, WA.
Bev Jozwiak and Chumlee
Old Crow and Cherries
A Mother's Love
Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 March 2015 12:43