Longtime WAAL member Sally Molnar was a watercolor artist. She started taking drawing and watercolor painting classes at Whetstone Recreation Center in the early 1980s. She was in the ceramic clay classes at that time and wanted to do more decorative work on her ceramic pieces. She also took classes at the Pricilla Tyson Columbus Cultural Arts Center. After many classes she felt she was not making any progress and stopped painting. In 1995, she started taking watercolor painting classes at the Franklin Park Conservatory with Chris Curry and rediscovered her love for painting. She enjoyed being creative with her watercolor paintings and liked the way paint flowed when mixed with water, always interesting results. In September 2001 she visited the South of France for 2 weeks with a group of 17 women artists to paint the countryside. It was a wonderful experience which she spoke of often.

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