Monday, January 28, 2013

Head in the Clouds

"Head in the Clouds"
Sheila Evans
Friday, February 1st - Saturday 23rd
Artist's reception is Friday, February 1st, 5 - 8 pm
Rick Singer will provide live music.
All proceds to benifit the Spokane Art School
Tinman Gallery
811 W. Garland Ave.
Spokane, WA. 99205

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Paper Cutting Workshop with Rollin Thomas

Paper Cutting Workshop
Rollin Thomas will teach the very popular art form of paper cutting.
Learn the basics from folding to design.
Saturday, February 2, 10am - 12pm
For ages 9 to adult
$15 + $10 supply fee
Registration Required
Call 509-325-3001 for more information

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Tom Quinn Workshops

"Astronomy Number"
Tom Quinn
Tom Quinn Workshops
Drawing the Human Hand                              
$30 + $5 model fee
Saturday, January 19, 10 am to 2 pm                                              
The hand is often the most difficult part of the human body for the artist to master. In this workshop, we’ll cover the anatomy of the human hand, including bones, muscles, and blood vessels. After drawing skeletal hands, we’ll be drawing the hands of a model in different positions and situations.
Supply list available
Painting Clouds in Oil                                                
Saturday, January 26, 10 am to 2 pm                                 
We’ll discuss the different kinds of clouds and how they behave under various light conditions, look at how the best artists paint their clouds, have a demonstration of painting a typical cloud formation, and practice painting clouds from photographs. For colors, students will need at least white and the three primary colors, but I recommend that they bring as many additional colors as they have. The painting surface should be inexpensive, preferably a canvas panel or sheet of canvas paper.
Supply list available
Drawing Caricatures                                         
Saturday, February 2, 10 am to 2 pm                                
Caricature is an old and respected art form. It’s also a lucrative sideline for a professional artist. In this workshop, we’ll discuss the ways to exaggerate and simplify an individual’s distinctive features to depict someone in a way that’s both funny and instantly recognizable. The instructor has been drawing caricatures professionally for over 25 years, and has learned to draw them both at leisure and under intense time pressure. He’ll draw a caricature of each of the students, and they in turn will draw each other and celebrities from the worlds of entertainment, politics and sports.
Supply list available
Preregistration is required for all workshops