Light and shadows in an abandoned silver mine reminds us to find beauty even amongst ruins.
Gwendolyn Bragg is an award-winning artist and teacher.
Gwendolyn C. Bragg is an artist and art instructor who lives in Alexandria. Holding a BS in Art Education and an MFA in Drawing and Painting from James Madison University, she currently teaches watercolor at the Art League School in Alexandria and at the Workhouse Art Center in Lorton Virginia.
In addition to workshops held annually at Orkney Springs, Virginia almost every year since 1995, she has led an international painting workshop to "someplace with interesting architecture, artifacts, and rocks" including France, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Spain, South Africa, and Peru.
She is a Signature Member of the National, Southern, Baltimore, and Virginia Watercolor Societies, as well as the Watercolor Society of Alabama. She is the immediate past State President of the Virginia Watercolor Society.
Her work has been exhibited in numerous international, national, and regional shows and is included in the collections of National Institutes of Health, Philip Morris, American Bank, Petersburg Area Art League, and the Carrier Library at James Madison University. Her work has been published in Artists Magazine, The Artistic Touch 4 and 5 (North Light Books), and in Elan Magazine.