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Limited Palette? Day 10 #30paintingsin30days. “Cappuccino Time-R”.

On using a limited palette, good idea or bad idea?  Or, just an idea? Intentions. Greetings!  I read an article today titled “Why Limit Your Palette?” by artist Paul Foxton of the website “Learning to See”. I took away two points from the article I’d like to explore. One is the value of challenging one’s […]

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Experimenting: “Cappuccino, V2”. Acrylic Study For Day 5 of #30paintingsin30days

And, for me, studies are all about experimenting!   And, experimenting leads to expanding knowledge and skill – one hopes! Greetings! It is indeed Day 5 of the #30paintingsin30days challenge hosted by Leslie Saeta Studios. Experimenting With Color. I like to study color and color meaning.   For example, in this piece I think of […]

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My Almost Annual Red And Green Complementary Color Essay

Red and Green Challenge. Every year about Christmas time, I want to write a blog posting about dealing with the complementary colors of red and green in paintings. You see, I find it a challenge to create a painting using red and green. If I’m not careful, the resulting image will look like it ought […]

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Rogue Gallery April 2017 Exhibits - News

www.roguegallery.org 40 South Bartlett Street Medford Oregon 97501 541-772-8118

 

Above: Detail of SAWYER TOOK A CHANCE by Kathy Morawiec

Rogue Gallery April 2017 Exhibits – News Rogue Gallery will be closed Saturday, April 8th for the Pear Blossom Festival. IN THE MAIN GALLERY 2017 ARTIST TEEN MENTORING PROJECT

April 14– April 28, 2017

Reception: Friday, April 21, 5–8pm

This exhibition is a culmination of Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s annual Artist Teen Mentoring Project that pairs professional artists with Rogue Valley high school students for intensive study and interaction. On display is the creative work of both teens and mentoring artists, which includes painting in acrylic and oil, assemblage, printmaking, pen and ink, charcoal, and sculpture.

 

Through the program, the students learn new techniques to use in their work, how to present their work in an exhibit, and gain insight to the life of a professional artist. Teen artists had the opportunity to work with

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Solstice Bed

While browsing the garden for inspiration, I discovered that the Bamboo I thought I had secured within a deep walled box, had run amok and was vigorously sprouting throughout the adjacent flowers. While snapping them off hoping to at least … Continue reading

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Color as Symbol: Red & Green Egg Cups

Easter Eggs Painted Christmas Colors Creates Visual Havoc Sometimes we learn best from our mistakes.  To explain, take the color combination of red and green.  The colors are symbolically associated in Western cultures with Christmas.  I decided to test my abilities to compose with color by selecting a red and green scheme for a still […]

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Abstract Colors, November 1-24

This month we present a member show of abstract works which focus on the use of color in a variety of mediums from traditional 2D visual art to innovative dimensional works. Meet the artists at a reception on Friday, Nov 8 from 5 to 7pm!

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Style, Technique and Vision – Making Your Paintings Yours by Stefan Baumann

Style, Technique or Vision By Stefan Baumann    “Ashland Orchard”  Technique and style are the tools of creative expression for an artist.  They support his ability to communicate his artistic vision.  Technique includes the artist’s…
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Last chance to enroll in Art Workshops starting this weekend!

Contact the Rogue Gallery & Art Center today: (541)772-8118, [email protected], 40 South Bartlett Street, Medford, OR 97501 for your last chance to register for Tom Romano’s Beginning Drawing with Pen & Ink: Saturdays and Sundays, October 15, 16, 22, 23 from noon-2PM and Roni Marsh’s Beginning Pastel: From the Ground Up: Fridays, October 14, 21, 28, November 4, 11 from 4-7 PM!

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Abstract Painting in Acrylics Workshop with Janet Bocast offered at RGAC

Sign Up now for Abstract Painting in Acrylics with Janet Bocast!

Janet Bocast has been creating artwork for over 30 years and brings her own soft and subtle technique to the canvas, sharing her love of color and shape with workshop participants- from beginner to advanced. Using acrylic paints, workshop participants will learn to use shapes, design, and textures to create beautiful and ethereal abstract paintings. Instruction will focus on composition and balance- two very important elements in creating harmonious abstract designs.

All skill levels of painters will enjoy this workshop as they loosen up and develop their own painting style while honing skills for creating non-objective compositions.

This workshop will be held for two weekends: Octeober 29 & 30 and Novemebr 5 & 6 from 11 am – 4 pm at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center.

Scholarships and discounts are available! Call (541)772-8118 for information.

Cost: $125 members/

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