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3rd Monday of each month

(Exception - January is one week later

due to the MLK holiday.)


  • 6 to 7:00pm - Artwork Critique's w/ Ann Winchester

  • 7-7:15pm - General meeting with announcements and introductions of newcomers

  • 7:15pm - Introduction of guest artist and demonstration begins

  • 8:00pm - Break for refreshments and view and vote on "Painting of the Month"

  • 8:15 - Guest artist continues demo

  • 8:45 - "Painting of the Month" winners are announced




2023 Artist Demos

JAN 23- Bev Boren

FEB 20 - Randy Meador

MAR 20 - Sarah Graham

APR 17 - Z.L. Feng

                (Juror & workshop leader)

MAY 15  - Paula White

JUNE , JULY , AUGUST - No Meetings

SEPT 18 - Laurin McCracken

OCT 16 - Tim Oliver

                (Juror & workshop leader)

NOV 20 - Manal Fashi

All meetings begin at 7:00 PM

Demo Artist
Sarah Graham

Sarah currently lives with her young family in Duncanville, TX and is known for her sensitive touch with watercolors, especially her portraits. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from Houghton College and also studied art and portraiture in Italy. In addition to receiving international and regional recognition for her work in competitive art shows such as Texas and Neighbors Regional Exhibition and Society of Watercolor Artist’s International Exhibition, Sarah has travelled extensively, translating what she sees into wet color or pen-and-ink sketches. Sarah is frequently sought out as a demo-artist and juror for art associations and exhibitions in the DFW area. Her particular love is finding something to treasure in whatever she looks at, both in her art and in her life. 

“Sometimes you like the work of your students. Occasionally, you deeply respect what they can do. And on very rare occasions, you actually envy what they can achieve.  I have been one to envy Sarah’s work in portrait watercolor for some time.” 

All SWA meetings are held at

The University of North Texas

Health Science Center

Everett Hall 

3500 Camp Bowie Blvd. 

Fort Worth, Texas

(Across from the Amon Carter Museum)

To see a map to the meeting location, click here.

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