Only a few spots remain in Daniella Woolf's upcoming "Encaustic Mixed Media & Boats" workshop slated or June 29-July 1, 2012. Who will the lucky ones be? Could it be you and a couple of your Mixed Media friends sharing the bond of a workshop and close time together creating wonderful art?
To join us for this not to be missed workshop click the link below or call me at 1 866 678 3396 toll free or 360 678 3396!
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Painting the Landscape in Oil
Kathryn Stats, Instructor
September 6-10, 2012
A five-day workshop, this class is aimed at intermediate-advanced and advanced level students.
Kathryn will demonstrate for an hour each morning, working on the same piece throughout the week in an attempt to complete a painting. Students will work from their own reference material and may setup a still life if space permits. Instruction will focus on establishing the large shapes by value and color and maintaining their integrity while producing the finished work. Most classes will be in the studio with one or two taking place out of doors, weather permitting. That location will be repeated in order to have time to further develop the work and ponder solutions for problems.
To make it easy, just visit our website, http://www.pacificnorthwestartschool.org/ and secure your spot with our secure online registration page. Go to "painting" and then click on Kathryn's workshop found alphabetically by instructor's last name...the rest is easy...secure now with a deposit of only $100....or pay in full, it's up to you!
While you are browsing our website, view all the other painting workshops we offer, something for every level artist and every medium!
Monday, May 28, 2012
Here is an image of a wonderful felted fantasy masked created this weekend in Sharon Costello's fiber workshop. Sharon helps her student with a few pointers.
Next door, at the same time, Seattle Ikebana artist Megumi Scacher, demonstrates styles from basic, formal to free style for her class of rapt attendees.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Ikebana Demo Just $10
With the arrival of May comes the blooming of flowers, the aromas of those flowers and the visual beauty that they inspire. So in keeping with that theme we are offering you the beauty of Ikebana...please read below:
Join us at Your art school for Ikebana, the art of Japanese Flower Arranging. On May 25th from 11am - noon, Megumi Schacher will demonstrate five to six styles of arranging flowers from traditional to freestyle for only $10. No registration necessary for the demo. Then after a quick lunch break, fifteen lucky students can participate in a two hour workshop to learn to make arrangements of their own! The workshop will be held from 12:30 - 2:30pm for a cost of only $30. To register for the workshop, please click on Mixed Media workshops and alphabetically locate Schacher
Friday, May 4, 2012
Ever wonder what your life would be like without art? For me, art allows me to see the world around me with a richer and deeper perspective. Now when running the bluff trail out at Ebey's I see the light playing on the wheat in the fields. I envision that recreated on the painter's canvas and visualize how a photographer might capture it. My mind drifts to how the fiber artist would weave the colors into a fiber piece. So when you are asked "What does the art school mean to you?" Think how your world has been made different through the experience of attending a lecture or presentation, or taking a workshop from us...we want to hear from you! http://www.pacificnorthwestartschool.org/