Colonie Art League, Inc.
Artists of New York's Capital District and beyond.
Established 1974

Welcome to the Colonie Art League. 
2014 is our 40th Anniversary year.


Meeting Information

The Colonie Art League welcomes members and non-members to our monthly meetings. Join us on the first Tuesday of the month. Enjoy the many benefits and interests we all share as fellow artists. Monthly meetings are both informative and entertaining. Meetings are brief with a focus on the demonstration of the evening. A 50/50 raffle is held at each meeting to sponsor our Scholarship Program.

Our next meeting is:

Tuesday, December 2, 2014
at the Wm K Sanford Library
629 Albany Shaker Rd, Loudonville, NY

Karen Rosasco, AWS, will give us a demo about 
transforming transparent watercolor to layered 
acrylics:  A slide show with a question and  answer 
period after.  She has presented demos all over the 
United States to much acclaim, and we welcome her 
back to her home in the Capital District.
6:00 to 8:00 PM
Beach Party Banquet & Installation 
of Officers - 2014 - 2015  6The June meeting
Painterly Approach Watercolor Workshop with Jim McFarlane (May 
19-21) – Jim offers the opportunity to concentrate on those elements that 
make watercolor the powerful and beautiful medium that it is.

This will be the reception and award ceremony of the Holiday Art Show.



John MacDonald has worked as both a freelance 
illustrator and landscape painter.  He has won awards from Print Magazine as well as having his 
work appear in the Society of Illustrators annual show.  His paintings are in private, corporate, 
and museum collections throughout North America.?


Shhas exhibited her pastel paintings in many of the 
Oakwood Artists Group Shows, the Juvenile 
Diabetes High Hopes Fund Galas, Cyclics Shows, 
preceded by exhibits and awards in the Boston area.
Laurie’s aim is to evoke a mood and create a feeling 
of light and atmosphere in her work, which she does 
on-site.  
She has exhibited her pastel paintings in many of the 
Oakwood Artists Group Shows, the Juvenile 
Diabetes High Hopes Fund Galas, Cyclics Shows, 
preceded by exhibits and awards in the Boston area.
Laurie’s aim is to evoke a mood and create a feeling 
of light and atmosphere in her work, which she does 
on-site.
and see their portfolios.  YOU made these awards possible through raffles, donations, and other events.
At our May meeting, we will award scholarships to two seniors, one from each Colonie 
High School.  Recognize the winners of these well-deserved awards for study at their art colleges of choice 
and see their portfolios.  YOU made these awards possible through raffles, donations, and other events.
At our May meeting, we will award scholarships to two seniors, one from each Colonie 
High School.  Recognize the winners of these well-deserved awards for study at their art colleges of choice 
and see their portfolios.  YOU made these awards possible through raffles, donations, and other events.


At the November meeting, John McDonald did an oil painting demo.



At the October meeting, Guy Corriero did a demonstration in watercolors.



The September 2014 meeting saw Robert Carsten doing a pastel demo.



The June 2014 membership meeting was the annual year end pot luck supper. It was a Beach Party theme this year.



At our May 2014 meeting, Paul Leveille did a portrait demo in oils. 

The annual scholarship awards were presented to Maddie Labarge from Shaker High School and Jessica Stapf from Colonie Central High School. See photos here.


 
Laurie Greenbaum Beitch doing a demo in pastels at the April 2014 meeting.
 

Patti Mollica at the March membership meeting,  representing Golden paints gave a presentation on acrylic paints and media.
 

 At the February 2012 membership meeting, Tom Myott did an action figure demo in acrylics.
 

At the January 2014 membership meeting, Ed Ticson gave a lesson on perspective drawing.



Robert O'Brien giving a portraiture demo at our November 2013 membership meeting.