|Newsletter of the Cactus and Succulent Society of San Jose|
Wendy Soneson - Watercolor of Succulents
Cacti and succulents come in such a wide variety of shapes and colors and have such amazing flowers, that I’m sure many of you have taken photographs of your plants. But have you ever considered stepping it up a level and painting pictures of them instead? Would you like to know how to get started?
Wendy Soneson has been teaching watercolor for 40 years in Boston and recently moved to the Bay Area. She teaches classes at several locations including the Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek, where the focus is succulents and cacti. She had demonstrated the art in major museums and has shown her work in several places in the Bay Area. The luminosity of watercolor is masterful in depicting nature, and Wendy hopes many will be inspired to try this delicate medium in the future. She has a Masters degree in the Arts in Human Development from Lesley University.
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