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Techniques in Palette Knife Painting Workshop at Coos Art Museum

Techniques in Palette Knife Painting Saturday, 03/12/16 from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm at Coos Art Museum iCal Spaces available: 5 — This number may include spaces booked, but not yet paid. Payment is required to guarantee your space.   QUICK OVERVIEW Title: Techniques in Palette Knife Painting with Silvia Trujillo What: art class Dates: Saturday, March 12, […]

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silvia Trujillo Teaches Techniques in Palette Knife Painting at Rogue Gallery March 5

Silvia Trujillo: Plein air painting in oil, entry in 2014 Umpqua Plein Air Painters Competition

The direct approach of applying paint to the canvas with a palette knife was very popular with the Impressionists, and of particular interest to artists like Van Gogh and Monet. The palette knife can render luscious texture and depth while maintaining rich pure colors. In this class, you will develop skills with the palette knife to enhance your work in value, design, and color harmony.

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Intensive Printmaking Workshop at CCC

Printmaker Royal Nebeker

Royal Nebeker, internationally known printmaker, will teach a two week intensive printmaking workshop at Clatsop Community College this summer for beginning and intermediate printmakers. The workshop is scheduled Monday to Thursday beginning July 22 and extending through August 1, and will be held at the CCC Art Center Gallery, 1799 Lexington Avenue, Astoria. The focus of this intensive workshop is on monotype, etching and collagraph techniques.

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Painting a Moving Target, by Stefan Baumann

Painting a moving target like waves in the ocean isn’t easy but there is a rhythm to nature and also to waves, and this pattern of movement can be captured in a brief time as I have done in this painting.

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Elements: Air, Earth, Fire and Water

Strata, by Christina Brown

An Exhibit of Fiber Art at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center

Strata, by Christina Brown

Exhibit Dates: March 8 – April 12, 2013

Reception: March 15th 5:00 – 8:00 PM during Medford’s Third Fridays

Mary Goodson, Water versus Earth

(Medford, OR) – March 6, 2013– High Fiber Diet, a Northwest-based fiber artists’ group affiliated with the Columbia FiberArts Guild of Portland, presents textile works as part of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s 2013 Main Gallery exhibition series. The Elements: Air, Earth, Fire and Water exhibit features wall hangings, mostly artistic quilts, as well as felted and wearable art. The artwork demonstrates innovative techniques, superb craftsmanship, original design, and a unique artistic vision. Each fiber artist has created a window into the natural world influenced by the four elements: earth, air, water or fire.

 

Catherine Beard, La Jolla Shore

Drawing

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Registration Deadline for Sara Naumann Mixed Media/Ranger Ink Workshop in Florence!

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Don’t miss the fun! Time is running out. You must register by July 1st to reserve your spot in “Mixed Media Techniques” By Sara Naumann. Sara is a Certified Ranger Educator. July 20 Mixed-Media with Ranger Ink – $99. July 21 Mixed-Media with Lazertran – $99. Take both classes for a big discount – $185. Mixed-Media with Ranger Ink: Hands-on experience with 21 different techniques as we create a sampler of stamped, inked and painted examples. Mixed-Media with Lazertran: Explore, create and discover a wealth of mixed-media techniques using Lazertran waterslide decal paper to integrate photos and stamped images into your artwork. These classes are sponsored by Art Workshops By The Sea, on the beautiful Oregon coast in Florence. Follow this link to register: http://www.artworkshopsbythesea.com/ArtWorkshopsByTheSea/Register_Here.html by June 25th to save your space.

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SOAR Welcomes Stefan Baumann!

Plein Air Oil Painting by Stefan Baumann

Six years ago Stefan’s desire to live in a place of natural beauty and to paint what he loves with integrity brought him to the Shasta Forest where he paints stunning views of Northern California and Oregon in his home/studio in Mt. Shasta. He shares his talent, knowledge, and enthusiasm for art with others by featuring his artwork at the Gallery in Mt. Shasta and Central Art Supply Studio and offering weekly oil painting classes in Medford, Mt. Shasta, and Redding. He also posts a monthly blog with plein air paintings, offers 3-day outdoor painting workshops in Mt. Shasta, and his series called “The Grand View” airs periodically on local Create TV and PBS stations.

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The Grand View Ranch: Daily Painting and Observations

Painting by Stefan Baumann

The more you paint, the more mistakes you make, and the more mistakes, the more you learn how to avoid and correct those mistakes, creating more knowledge and fewer mistakes in the first place. Despite what you see in DVD’s and painting shows on TV, none of the artists have the ability to paint what they intend to paint without experimenting. In fact, the nature of painting is one of constantly correcting the stroke you just placed on the canvas by deciding what the next stroke will be. How you repair your mistakes becomes your technique and style, and this process takes making many mistakes, many HUGE MISTAKES.

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