Virtual Arts Pass Event Paint + Chat with Annie Butrus
Grab your complimentary supplies from the ASC, your favorite beverage, and join us for an evening with local artist, Annie Butrus! She will be using her talents to lead you on a watercolor journey through light- and shadow-work and we can’t wait to have you join us!
ABOUT THE ARTIST // Annie Kammerer Butrus is a Birmingham-based landscape painter who has exhibited her work nationally in galleries and museums. Her work is featured in the collection of UAB/AEIVA, the Children’s Hospital of Alabama, the Meredith/Southern Progress collection and many prominent private collections across the country. She has been awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Alabama State Council of the Arts and was a featured artist with The Westobou Festival in Augusta, GA and an Emerging Artist for the Magic City Art Connection. Butrus has showed nationally at such places as The Rockford Art Museum, The Huntsville Museum of Art, The Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame, The Wiregrass Museum, Space 301 in Mobile, Space One Eleven in Birmingham, Wellesley College, and The Cambridge Art Association.
Butrus is interested in the intersection of place, landscape and memory. Her projects have ranged from focusing on the way new subdivisions frame-out nature to the tracking of time by tracing shadows on the ground at peach farms in Chilton County, Alabama. She is deeply moved by the stories that shadows tell by capturing time and place. This workshop will provide subscribers an opportunity to hear about Annie Kammerer Butrus’ work and to be led in a creativity exercise of drawing by tracing! You will be provided supplies, the only thing you need to bring is anything from nature- a branch, a leaf, a flower and a desk light. Subscribers will be sent directions before the Zoom call starts. Oct. 14 at 6pm!
Become a Virtual Arts Pass subscriber to attend this event and more this month!!
This arts workshop is available to Virtual Arts Pass subscribers and Arts members!
Dedication is a tribute to Black history icons who have made their mark in the cause of civil rights, music, sports and American culture. Featuring Birmingham’s own...
RANKY TANKY has achieved many firsts for South Carolina’s West African-rooted Gullah community since their formation, earning yet another milestone at the 2019 Grammy Awards by taking home...
Join ArtPlay at lunch over Zoom and learn about South Carolina’s Gullah culture. We will be guided by Alana Adams, Senior Director of Education for the Arts Center...
See All Events