January 9, 2018 10:30 a.m. January club meeting. Please see home page for more information.

About HCAC

We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 10:30 a.m. in the downstairs room of the Women's Building at the East Texas Arboretum. Each meeting commences with a business meeting, followed by a demonstration. Annual dues are $25, due each May. Benefits of membership include:

The purpose of the Henderson County Art Club is to stimulate and improve members’ creative endeavors and art skills; to provide opportunity for communications and exchange of ideas between members and interested community participants; and to expand community awareness in the education of the arts.

For more information on the club or any of our activities, please contact Henderson County Art Club

October 2017 Demonstration

Carol Morton presented a demonstration on how to paint warm & cool light.

Carol prepared her palette with a warm and cool version of each of the primary colors Carol explained about having a warm and cool version of each of the primary colors of red, yellow, and blue since Carol used acrylic paints, she had to sprtiz her paints with water from a spray bottle Carol explained about her colors, and how they apply to painting the color of light Carol started sketching in her subject of a long horn cow a close-up photo of Carol sketching her subject with a brush Carol demonstrated the color of light by shining a flashlight on the back of her hand Carol pointed out different areas of color in her reference photo art club members Celia Bass and Donna Barton looked on as Carol described the warm and cool light in her reference photo Carol mixed the colors on her palette for painting warm shadows Carol demonstrated how to mix a warm dark