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Katie Leede & Company will exhibit the varied and brilliant work of the Whisky Watercolor Club, a collective of five architects who began painting together on an inspirational trip to India in March 2020. The Club includes award-winning architects Anthony ‘Ankie’ Barnes, Michael Imber, Thomas Kligerman, Steven Rugo, and Douglas Wright. Their India sojourn was cut short due to the pandemic and the group turned to Zoom to continue painting, chatting, and sharing a glass of whiskey. The exhibition includes new works showcasing their talent that has been honed for the past two years.

All sales will be split between the Peconic Land Trust and Lutyens Trust America, specifically in support of the Lutyens Fellowship program.

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Katie Leede & Company will exhibit the varied and brilliant work of the Whisky Watercolor Club, a collective of five architects who began painting together on an inspirational trip to India in March 2020. The Club includes award-winning architects Anthony ‘Ankie’ Barnes, Michael Imber, Thomas Kligerman, Steven Rugo, and Douglas Wright. Their India sojourn was cut short due to the pandemic and the group turned to Zoom to continue painting, chatting, and sharing a glass of whiskey. The exhibition includes new works showcasing their talent that has been honed for the past two years.

All sales will be split between the Peconic Land Trust and Lutyens Trust America, specifically in support of the Lutyens Fellowship program.

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Katie Leede & Company will exhibit the varied and brilliant work of the Whisky Watercolor Club, a collective of five architects who began painting together on an inspirational trip to India in March 2020. The Club includes award-winning architects Anthony ‘Ankie’ Barnes, Michael Imber, Thomas Kligerman, Steven Rugo, and Douglas Wright. Their India sojourn was cut short due to the pandemic and the group turned to Zoom to continue painting, chatting, and sharing a glass of whiskey. The exhibition includes new works showcasing their talent that has been honed for the past two years.

All sales will be split between the Peconic Land Trust and Lutyens Trust America, specifically in support of the Lutyens Fellowship program.

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