Pacific Art League

A passion for art and community since 1921

Visual Storytelling Lecture: Tell A Better Story
May
25
1:30 PM13:30

Visual Storytelling Lecture: Tell A Better Story

Learn how to tell a better story with your street photography! In this captivating free seminar Street Photographer, David Coleman, teaches visual storytelling techniques to help you become a better storyteller through street photography. Learn how to compose an impactful narrative with your images.This free seminar is meant for photographers of all levels and an RSVP is required to attend.

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Digital Photography: Beginners "Get Out of Auto Mode"
May
26
9:00 AM09:00

Digital Photography: Beginners "Get Out of Auto Mode"

Instructor: David Coleman

Two day workshop: 5/26/2019 and 6/2/2019 

Get yourself out of "Auto" mode with master photographer David Coleman as he shows you his secrets for capturing magical images. The goal of this class is to become a better photographer by putting you in charge of your digital camera's controls and how to work with digital files. Learn how to use shutter speed, aperture, and ISO on your camera for your creative process. This class covers basic composition skills, image design, focus, and depth of field.

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Illustration: Step-by-Step
May
26
10:00 AM10:00

Illustration: Step-by-Step

Instructor: Shaowei Liu

Learn the step-by-step process of illustrating a project, such as a greeting card, a poster or a picture book. Styles and popular techniques of illustrations are introduced and students enjoy hands-on experience learning these techniques. All levels are welcome. Bring art supplies, ipad/iphone/laptop (to search for visual references) and come prepared with an idea of a project (or current project) you want to work on. Participants who are interested but do not have a project will spend class time learning illustration techniques and enjoying discussions of others.

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Have Your Artwork Professionally Photographed
May
26
10:00 AM10:00

Have Your Artwork Professionally Photographed

With Jan Silverman

Your original artwork will be professionally photographed under calibrated lighting using a 36 MB camera and is suitable for fine art giclée prints and internet use. The files will be saved on a USB memory stick in two formats (JPEG for Internet use and DNG for Printing). Approximately 20 pieces of artwork can be photographed during your hour (more if artwork is close to the same size). If time permits, basic photo editing of your images will be provided. Your artwork can be paintings, mixed media, pottery, sculpture, jewelry or anything you can carry.

Past experience has shown that 25 or so pictures can be photographed in the hour, dropping the cost to about $5 per image. In addition, if you have friends with Artwork, but not enough pieces to fill the hour, you can share your time slot and cost with them.

Discounted printing of your art on paper, canvas or metal is available to attendees. Please bring at least a 4 GB USB flash drive to hold the images, or purchase an 8GB one from instructor for $10.

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Elements of Landscape Drawing with Colored Pencil
Jun
2
1:00 PM13:00

Elements of Landscape Drawing with Colored Pencil

Instructor: Brian Iamprell

Explore the possibilities of this gorgeous art medium yielding a range of effects. Drawing from landscape photos and still life, students learn about materials, composition and perspective as well as transferring images, burnishing, hatching, blending and texturing. Materials fee of $10 payable to instructor.

 

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Materials fee of $10 payable to instructor at the beginning of the class.

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Travel Drawing & Painting
Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

Travel Drawing & Painting

Instructor: Robert Dvorak

Want to make your next trip the most rewarding of all? Take a sketchbook with you and take a few extra minutes to make some fine quick sketches and color them with watercolor. Drawing and painting while traveling is fun and will increase your perception and enjoyment. Learn to quickly draw people, architecture, water, trees, and landscape. Know what to bring and how to relax while sketching and painting in public.

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Architectural Drawing Around Town
Jun
14
1:00 PM13:00

Architectural Drawing Around Town

In this workshop students focus on learning the conventions of freehand drawing through observing, documenting and analyzing design details. The workshop starts with a discussion of drawing techniques, shading, principals of perspective, space and composition and proceed to drawing selected local buildings and landscapes in downtown Palo Alto and the surrounding area.

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Paint with Caroline: Cubism and it's Influence
Jun
16
10:00 PM22:00

Paint with Caroline: Cubism and it's Influence

Instructor: Caroline Mustard

What is cubism and how and why was it such a turning point in modern art art? How can you use its tenets in your own work? Join Caroline for a workshop that combines art appreciation with hands on painting instruction so you can create your own artwork in the spirit of cubism. No prior painting experience required, just an inquiring mind and creative spirit!

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"Gustav Klimt and the Vienna Secession" an art lecture by Denise Erickson
Jun
20
6:30 PM18:30

"Gustav Klimt and the Vienna Secession" an art lecture by Denise Erickson

Pacific Art League's art lecture series "PAL Talks Art" presents:

"Gustav Klimt and the Vienna Secession" an art lecture by Denise Erickson.

Tickets are $15 for PAL Members and $20 for non-members. Click HERE to register.

Formed in 1897, the Viennese Secession of 19 artists and designers who rejected the conservative attitude of the Art Academy in favor of a more modern experimental approach, saw themselves as a regenerative force at the dawn of a new century in Vienna’s Golden Age.

Gustav Klimt, influenced by avant-garde movements such as Symbolism and Art Nouveau, became the Secession’s first president. This lecture considers the work of this complicated artist and his colleagues, and features the society portraits he made of the fascinating women of Vienna. Full of brilliantly colored patterns floating in a gilded and jeweled atmosphere, the culminating masterpiece of these portraits is Klimt’s famous “Adele Bloch-Bauer: The Woman in Gold”.


About Denise Erikson:

Denise Erickson is a professor of art history at Cañada College (Redwood City, CA) and a celebrated art lecturer.


About PAL Talks Art:

PAL Talks Art is new series of art appreciation lectures at Pacific Art League.

For nearly 100 years, Pacific Art League has been a place to learn how to paint, draw and sculpt, a place to enjoy the arts amongst a community of like-minted people. As PAL approaches our centenary, we now want to offer more opportunities to appreciate and understand art, with a fun and social program of art talks.

Over the coming months PAL will host artists, critics and prominent figures from the art world to share their passion for visual art, through engaging talks and lectures, accompanied by wine and good company.

For more information about Pacific Art League or to become a PAL member, please visit www.pacificartleague.org


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Collage Animal Portrait
Jun
23
10:00 AM10:00

Collage Animal Portrait

Samuel Price is a San Francisco-based artist who specializes in creating and teaching collage and mixed media art techniques.
Sam is best known for handcrafting large paper collage animal portraits and his shown his work throughout the Bay Area over the last ten years.

This 3 hour workshop will focus on creating your own unique animal portrait using his square by square technique and creating life-like paper collage portraits from simple everyday materials.

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Mixed Media and Printmaking Layered Book
Jun
30
10:00 AM10:00

Mixed Media and Printmaking Layered Book

Instructor: Dorit Elisha

Explore mixed media and printmaking techniques while creating a unique mixed media work of art that is contained in a book. Learn techniques such as: printmaking with the gelli plate, block printmaking, collage, stenciling, making stamps and doodling.Leave this workshop with a unique artwork and skills you can use in your future works of art. $15 materials fee payable to instructor at the beginning of class.

 

Additional Information

Materials fee $15 made payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.

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Paint with Caroline: George Seurat and Science of Color
May
19
10:00 AM10:00

Paint with Caroline: George Seurat and Science of Color

Instructor: Caroline Mustard

Learn about the influence George Seurat had on his fellow impressionists and his scientific use of color using a technique he called divisionism which was coined "pointillism" because he painted in small dots of color. In this combination of art appreciation with a hands on workshop you will not only learn some basic laws of color, you will create your own paintings that will surprise you! No prior painting experience required, just an inquiring mind and creative spirit!

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Photography Stylizing Images with Oliver Klink
May
12
10:00 AM10:00

Photography Stylizing Images with Oliver Klink

Let renowned photographer, Oliver Klink, teach you the step-by-step process that will enable you to turn your photographs into masterpieces. Through hands-on exercises and increasing your knowledge of photoshop, you’ll leave the workshop with the standard image and the finished one with all the steps and layers. The Stylizing Images workshop is about “discovering” your inner artistry and giving you the tools that will enable you to turn your images into masterpieces. We start the workshop by showing examples on how “standard” images have been processed to make compelling masterpieces. (See the transformation of the ballerina photo.)

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Floral Arranging: Dutch Master's Inspired Design
May
12
10:00 AM10:00

Floral Arranging: Dutch Master's Inspired Design

Instructor: Caitlin McCourt

Learn the art of floral design through the lens of the Dutch Masters that are reminiscent of old world still-life paintings. The beauty of this aesthetic is the emphasis on the wild and pure indulgence.

 Caitlin will guide you to create a grand compote vase arrangement using local seasonal blooms. Together we will discuss various composition styles and mechanics to develop these sprawling, wild, and rich arrangements that you will be able to take home. Previous floral design experience, such as the Hello to Summer course, is recommended but not required.

All materials are provided! Please bring a pair of gardening clippers. 

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Encuastic Monotype Printing (PM Session)
May
11
1:00 PM13:00

Encuastic Monotype Printing (PM Session)

Instructor Lonnie Zarem

This unique workshop introduces the use of beeswax to traditional monotype print techniques. Learn how to apply colorful beeswax to a heated surface to create an abstract image that is “pulled off” the plate using a variety of papers. Have fun exploring the process through different application methods and techniques to create your prints. Includes discussion on framing and other uses of these prints.

You can sign up for both Morning & Afternoon workshop for a full day art workshop.

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Encuastic Monotype Printing (AM Session)
May
11
9:00 AM09:00

Encuastic Monotype Printing (AM Session)

Instructor Lonnie Zarem

This unique workshop introduces the use of beeswax to traditional monotype print techniques. Learn how to apply colorful beeswax to a heated surface to create an abstract image that is “pulled off” the plate using a variety of papers. Have fun exploring the process through different application methods and techniques to create your prints. Includes discussion on framing and other uses of these prints.

You can sign up for both Morning & Afternoon workshop for a full day art workshop.

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Art & Wine: Acrylic and Mix Medium Step by Step
May
10
6:30 PM18:30

Art & Wine: Acrylic and Mix Medium Step by Step

Instructor Carolina Moura.

This friendly workshop environment is designed for beginners who would like to experiment acrylic painting and try their hands on art. This step-by-step workshop explores the under-painting technique to create a still life painting using palette knife. Drawing instructors using simple shapes will be given throughout with individual support if necessary. This is a great workshop to take with family and friends and even as the perfect Mother's Day gift! All levels are welcome.

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Impressionistic Landscape Oil Painting
May
4
to May 5

Impressionistic Landscape Oil Painting

This is a two day workshop held on Saturday, May 4th and Sunday, May 5th from 9-4 pm each day.

During this two day workshop learn the skills to improve your impressionist landscape oil paintings. Day one focuses on techniques and values and how to create distinct light and dark patterns, which are the foundation of every painting. Through demo with a lecture, Ferenc demonstrates his techniques on how to paint scenery with trees, rocks and figures. Students with less experience can follow the instructor's painting or use their own reference materials, such as sketches or photographs. On the second day, review color theory and a demo with a water scene, then spend the rest of the morning painting. The afternoon includes a second demo followed by a critique at the end of the day. Please bring photos to work from.

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First Friday Opening Reception: Into the Wild
May
3
5:30 PM17:30

First Friday Opening Reception: Into the Wild

Join us on Friday, May 3rd (5:30-8pm) for the opening reception of PAL's May Exhibition, “Into the Wild”. This wine and cheese opening reception is free to the public.

“Into the Wild: Landscape Exhibition” | Main Gallery

Juror: Sukey Bryan (www.sukeybryan.com)

Participating Artists: Azita Gandjei, Brandin Barón, Catharine Zander, Catherine Daley, Connie Lee, Denise Elliott, Diane Warner-Wang, Fiorenza Gorini, Germaine De Luca, Igor Pilawski, Jason Tse, Judy Kramer, Larry Calof, Lissa Starnes, Marj Green, Patricia Jones, Paul Ransohoff, Rachel Dwan, Robert Zucker, Robin Apple, Tetiana Taganska, Tom Green, Ute Kuschnereit and Zlata Rabinovich

“Halcyon Teed Retrospective” | Studio One

"Anécdotas de México” by David Coleman Photography Workshop | Central Gallery

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Cold Wax - Oil Painting Painting Workshop
Apr
27
10:00 AM10:00

Cold Wax - Oil Painting Painting Workshop

Ready for some fun? This introductory class focuses on the fundamentals of working with cold wax. Cold wax is combined with oil paints creating a unique and versatile medium that does not require a heat source or fusing tools. This amazing medium has great depth and lends itself to representational imagery as well as abstraction. Emphasis is placed on the understanding of materials, supports, tools and technique (using oil paints, dry pigments, oil paint sticks, brayer, catalyst’s, palette knife, and other non-traditional tools; working wet-in-wet, wet on dry; and the development of rich textures, lines, marks, incising, scrapings, colors and composition). All supplies provided. Please bring a medium sized box to transport your masterpieces. $45 materials fee payable to instructor at the beginning of class.

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Floral Arranging: Hello to Spring
Apr
21
10:00 AM10:00

Floral Arranging: Hello to Spring

PAL welcomes Caitlin McCourt, Lead Designer at Bell & Trunk Flowers (SF) who will be teaching us how to create stunning floral centerpieces using seasonal and local blooms. Caitlin shares secret techniques that enable you to create floral designs worthy of any event you may have.

You will learn the essentials such as depth, texture, color and flower care. Leave the class with a beautiful arrangement and a professional photograph of your final design. Perfect for sharing with your social media friends! 

All materials are provided! Please bring a pair of gardening clippers. 

Materials Fee: $48 (Includes flowers & greenery, unique container/vase, chicken wire and floral tape) already included in the price.

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Collage Animal Portrait
Apr
21
10:00 AM10:00

Collage Animal Portrait

Samuel Price is a San Francisco-based artist who specializes in creating and teaching collage and mixed media art techniques.
Sam is best known for handcrafting large paper collage animal portraits and his shown his work throughout the Bay Area over the last ten years.

This 3 hour workshop will focus on creating your own unique animal portrait using his square by square technique and creating life-like paper collage portraits from simple everyday materials.

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Have Your Artwork Professionally Photographed
Apr
14
10:00 PM22:00

Have Your Artwork Professionally Photographed

Your original artwork will be professionally photographed under calibrated lighting using a 36 MB camera and is suitable for fine art giclée prints and internet use. The files will be saved on a USB memory stick in two formats (JPEG for Internet use and DNG for Printing). Approximately 20 pieces of artwork can be photographed during your hour (more if artwork is close to the same size). If time permits, basic photo editing of your images will be provided. Your artwork can be paintings, mixed media, pottery, sculpture, jewelry or anything you can carry.

Past experience has shown that 25 or so pictures can be photographed in the hour, dropping the cost to about $5 per image. In addition, if you have friends with Artwork, but not enough pieces to fill the hour, you can share your time slot and cost with them.

Discounted printing of your art on paper, canvas or metal is available to attendees. Please bring at least a 4 GB USB flash drive to hold the images, or purchase an 8GB one from instructor for $10.

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Paint with Caroline: Claude Monet and Abstract Painting
Apr
14
10:00 AM10:00

Paint with Caroline: Claude Monet and Abstract Painting

Join Caroline and learn about the influence Claude Monet had on 20th century art and why he was the forerunner of abstract painting. This popular workshop combines art appreciation with hands-on instruction where you not only learn how to use Monet's color palette, you will create your own Monet inspired paintings to take home. No prior painting experience required, just an enquiring mind and creative spirit!

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Techniques Using Acrylic and Collage
Apr
13
1:30 PM13:30

Techniques Using Acrylic and Collage

In this workshop learn a variety of collage and painting techniques using acrylic paint, texturing, colorful paper, and varnish. Students begin with practice boards to experiment with different techniques demonstrated by the teacher. The final product will be on canvas, where the student is free to create any image they want. Beginners or any skill level are welcome to this workshop. Most materials are supplied however students need to bring two canvases of different sizes (no larger than 16” x 20”).

 

Additional Information

Materials fee $10 made payable directly to the instructor at the beginning of the class.

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Submission Deadline: Into the Wild
Apr
11
12:01 AM00:01

Submission Deadline: Into the Wild

Into the Wild

May 3-30, 2019

From early Anatolian cave murals, to Monet's short brushstrokes, to O'Keefe's dramatic palette to Ansel Adam's Hasselblad; landscape in its majesty, beauty and solitude, has been depicted in art since the beginning of time.

This May, PAL celebrates landscape art with our jurored exhibition, "Into the Wild". We invite artists to submit pieces in any medium depicting landscape, whether representational or enthusiastically abstract.

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Painting Portraits the Easy Way
Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Painting Portraits the Easy Way

Learn to paint portraits in watercolor. If you have always wanted to be able to successfully paint portraits in watercolor join this workshop!  Most people who try painting portraits don't know how to begin, and end up practicing the wrong way.  In this workshop you will learn good habits that will give you hours of fun and increase your ability, every time you paint a portrait. All levels welcome.

                                                               

Additional Information

A materials fee of $15 will cover your watercolor paper, color handout and color photos to paint. Bring to the workshop your watercolor supplies–brushes, watercolor palette filled with paint, HB No. 2 pencils, a kneaded eraser, a water container, a cotton rag. If you bring your own watercolor paper you will save $7. A travel watercolor set and brush will be available for $16. Optional, bring to the workshop two 8” x 10” color photos to paint.

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Drawing Portraits the Easy Way
Apr
6
10:00 AM10:00

Drawing Portraits the Easy Way

You can easily learn to draw a portrait.  Don’t waste your time trying to learn to draw portraits from a book, or an expensive on-line course, the slow way—practicing bad habits that will frustrate and disappoint you. 


If you have always wanted to be able to draw portraits of friends and family, know that your lack of success is not because you don’t have talent or artistic ability, or because you don’t practice enough.  Most people who try to draw faces practice the wrong way.  In this workshop you will learn how to do amazing drawings of faces.  You will surprise your friends and family and most important yourself

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Encaustic Monotype Printing (2 Sessions)
Mar
30
9:30 AM09:30

Encaustic Monotype Printing (2 Sessions)

Instructor: Lonnie Zarem

This unique workshop introduces the use of beeswax to traditional monotype print techniques. Learn how to apply colorful beeswax to a heated surface to create an abstract image that is “pulled off” the plate using a variety of papers. Have fun exploring the process through different application methods and techniques to create your prints. Includes discussion on framing and other uses of these prints.

You can sign up for both Morning & Afternoon workshop for a full day art workshop.

Morning Session: 9:30AM - 12:30 PM REGISTER NOW

Afternoon Session: 1:00PM -4:30 PM REGISTER NOW

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Brunch & Champagne: Paint like Van Gogh
Mar
24
10:00 AM10:00

Brunch & Champagne: Paint like Van Gogh

Instructor: Caroline Mustard

What changed in Van Gogh's life that turned his paintings from dark and forbidding to the wonderful color palette he used? This workshop specifically addresses the influence of Japanese woodcuts on Van Gogh's work. We will, as he did, trace one of the prints he admired the most, then learn his palette and create our own painting inspired by his. All materials included.

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Art & Pizza: Friday Night Kids Workshop
Mar
22
5:30 PM17:30

Art & Pizza: Friday Night Kids Workshop

Drop your kids off for a fun Friday evening of pizza and art while you enjoy a well needed parents-night-out in downtown Palo Alto. Your kids won't even miss you while they are kept busy with a fun night making art project with Marci Lamb. Completed projects at the end of the evening will be ready to gift to someone special. Cheese Pizza dinner will be served. $75 for the first child. / $15 per additional sibling. Please call 650.321.3891 to enroll and pay for this unique Art class for kids!

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PAL Art Lecture Series: "Claude Monet: The Shape of Water"
Mar
21
7:00 PM19:00

PAL Art Lecture Series: "Claude Monet: The Shape of Water"

"Claude Monet: The Shape of Water"
Jim Caldwell
Thursday, March 21 | 7-8:30pm 

(Rescheduled event from February 13)

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This lecture is free with a suggested donation of $10 at the door

Jim's lecture explores Monet’s exquisite style as it changes during his 65 year career, from his early depiction of clouds and reflections to his wonderful Giverny paintings. 

About Jim Caldwell:
After winning his high school Art Prize in 1960, Jim Caldwell went on to major in Art at Williams College. He spent the year following graduation at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. He traveled extensively, doing watercolors, drawings and paintings. He returned to the U.S. for graduate school at Yale, where he received his Master of Architecture Degree in 1969.

Jim has had almost 50 solo shows and participated in almost 50 group shows. His paintings appear in over 430 private collections. Born in New York in 1942, he has spent most of his life in the Bay Area. He divides his time between painting and residential Architectural Design at his studio in Woodside. He teaches Painting and Drawing at Filoli, in Woodside.

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FREE Watercolor Greeting Card Workshop
Mar
18
3:30 PM15:30

FREE Watercolor Greeting Card Workshop


Students from the Stanford Product Design program are looking for 15 volunteers to participate in a free watercolor greeting card workshop. Open to all levels and both adult and kids (ages 12+).

In the workshop, you will create a hand-made card. Pick from a range of stencil designs and create your own greeting card with watercolors. The activity is fun, easy, and suitable for kids and adults with any experience level in art. All materials are provided for free.

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Floral Arranging 101: Tropical Flower Arrangment
Mar
17
10:00 PM22:00

Floral Arranging 101: Tropical Flower Arrangment

Shake off the winter chills by learning to design a colorful and exotic tropical flower arrangement. Caitlin shares techniques that enable you to create floral designs that will make you want to book your next trip to the Big Island. A perfect way to spend a Sunday with a friend or loved one! You will learn the essentials such as depth, texture, color and flower care. Leave the class with a beautiful arrangement and a professional photograph of your final design. Perfect for sharing on social media.

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Japanese-Style Woodblock Printing | Tom Killion
Mar
17
10:00 AM10:00

Japanese-Style Woodblock Printing | Tom Killion

SOLD OUT

Bay Area artist Tom Killion will introduce students to the use of Japanese wood blocks, hand tools and printing. Killion will cover the design and transfer of images onto blocks, multi-block registration, carving, sharpening of tools and basic printing techniques. Students will work on a small single-color block print to be proofed at end of class.

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Japanese-Style Woodblock Printing | Tom Killion
Mar
16
10:00 AM10:00

Japanese-Style Woodblock Printing | Tom Killion

SOLD OUT

Bay Area artist Tom Killion will introduce students to the use of Japanese wood blocks, hand tools and printing. Killion will cover the design and transfer of images onto blocks, multi-block registration, carving, sharpening of tools and basic printing techniques. Students will work on a small single-color block print to be proofed at end of class.

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Bill Wilson Center - Expressive Art Showcase
Mar
15
4:00 PM16:00

Bill Wilson Center - Expressive Art Showcase

You are invited to come and enjoy a wonderful showcase of Expressive Art by the Bill Wilson Center’s youth artists at Forager on Friday, March 15th (4-7pm) at Forager (Second Floor, 420 S. 1st Street, San Jose, CA )

Pacific Art League provides BWC with expressive Art classes for at risk youth. These classes provide a safe, warm and welcoming environment for youth of BWC to express themselves through making art. This type of art is more about the process of being creative than the product that results. Each class incorporates a journal prompt, mindfulness exercise, movement to music and creating with various art mediums such as paint, clay, mix media, watercolors, pastels and more. The goal is to encourage youth to open themselves to free expression through art. These classes show benefits in reducing stress, expressing emotions, and providing a connection to others who share similar experiences. No art experience is ever required.

Pacific Art League and Santa Clara County provide the funding and art therapy, expressive art and art teachers for this program. Food and nonalcoholic beverages will be provided. Forager is a creative event space that combines culinary and art. The showcase will held in the upstairs gallery. Unfortunately there is not elevator attendees must be able to walk up stairs.

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Approaching Landscapes in Watercolor | Steve Curl
Mar
2
10:00 AM10:00

Approaching Landscapes in Watercolor | Steve Curl

In this special workshop held in our new teaching studio location at The Foster, in Palo Alto, we will learn how to observe the landscape and break it down into manageable visual elements to create an exciting design in our paintings. You will focus on learning to simplify, manage clean washes, and explore various watercolor techniques to bring validity & definition to the specific areas of our paintings.

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