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Rust Prints Class at AAC Print Studio

This July we had our first Rust Prints class with Tiffany Hokanson. The students enjoyed learning and using this medium. Tiffany first started working with rust in college when experimenting with the material was less known about. Within the past several years, rust has become a very popular material and technique in many mediums, including […]

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Grace and Gravity – Monumental Work by El Anatsui

“In the exhibition are twelve recent monumental wall and floor sculptures, widely considered to represent the apex of Anatsui’s career. The metal wall works, created with bottle caps from a distillery in Nsukka, are pieced together to form colorful, textured hangings that take on radically new shapes with each installation. Anatsui is captivated by his …

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Register Now! Beginning Pastel: From the Ground Up with Roni Marsh

Canyon Light by Roni Marsh

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center presents Artist Educator Roni Marsh teaching Beginning Pastel: from the Ground Up, Fridays from 4-7 pm in the RGAC art studio, starting October 14th. REad on for more information…

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Los Carneros Evening, pastel by Janis Ellison

Pastel is not colored chalk. Pastel is pure pigment– the same pigment used in making all fine art paints. It is the most permanent of all media when applied to a permanent ground and properly framed. There is no oil to cause darkening or cracking, nor other substance or medium to cause fading or blistering. Pastels from the 16th Century exist today, as fresh and alive as the day they were painted! Learn more about this medium…

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Cool Art Therapy Intervention #10: Magazine Photo Collage

Those magazine picture clippings you have been saving in a drawer might just mean more than you think. And it’s related to the first installment of the “ten coolest art therapy interventions.” Primary Topic:  …

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