The demonstration for February was called "Painting a Watercolor Landscape" and was provided by Rod Peterson. It was held in Guild Hall of the First Congregational Church of Reading on February 9, 2005.
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Rod Peterson started painting in the early 1970's and has studied privately with South Shore Artist Ros Farbush, North Shore Arist Eva Cincotta, and at watercolor workshops in Jackson, New Hampshire, with the late artist and author, David Millard. Another significant part of his art training comes from the ever-expanding collection of art books in local libraries, a constant source of inspiration and direction.
Libraries have offered Rod an opportunity to exhibit his own work as well as to view exhibits of other artists. Rod has held one-person shows at public libraries in Quincy (1978, 1980), Malden (1980), Melrose (1983, 1989), Reading (1991), and Winthrop (1994). Other solo showings have been exhibited at the Alpert Gallery in Boston, the Old Town Gallery in Marblehead, Arthur D. Little Inc. in Cambridge, and the MATV Gallery in Malden. Rod is a past member of several art associations and for the past ten years has worked and exhibited in the Malden Sketch Group.