The Wednesday afternoon drawing group will carry on although it will certainly never be the same without its original instigator Howard Hansen. We will miss him and will never forget his good humor, wonderful stories and magic way with a pencil. Pictured is Howard's obituary published in today's Seattle Times.
Get your art flowing! With poses held over 2 or 3 sessions, you can paint from live models using classic techniques for your own goals and in this balanced and inspiring art class.
Painting & Drawing Long Pose Life Studio Tuesdays 5-7:30
Class begins: March 27 $250
A 10 week all level life painting class with Seattle artist Jamie Bollenbach, MFA, held at The Classroom at A&C Art Supply in Seattle’s University District.
For artists and students who want to paint or draw the human figure from life, Jamie brings you an individualized, all-media painting course focusing on key ideas and techniques in painting the human figure from life. This course, giving you both technical instruction and feeding your individual artistic interests, features 7 to 10 hour multi-session live model posesand quick group critiques designed to clearly address studio challenges while supporting and building your long term art process.
From color to proportion to expressive creation, build your own artistic goals with the skills and ideas you want to learn.
And there’s a free intro class open to all - Come by next week Tuesday, March 20, 5-6:30 for a FREE CLASS on oils and basic painting tools - a presentation on oil, acrylic and watercolor paints, supports, and things to consider in your approach to painting from life. Jamie will be there to answer any questions you might have about setting up a painting practice!
Model poses begin on March 27th and go to May 15th.
March 20: Introductory Class on setting up a painting practice, free and open to the public. March 27. Poses begin. April 3 Late enrollment. May 15th: Final class.
Course Fee: $250, payable to the instructor (cash, check, Paypal, PopMoney) plus a Lab/model fee of $7/session. Limited Income discount by request: $149.
Sign up today to reserve a space:
1. Email your class space by request to JamieBollenbach@gmail.com
2. Request your space in person at the regular 5PM Wednesday (A&C) and Thursday (Daniel Smile) Life Drawing open classes.
First Day Supplies: Painting in Oil or Acrylic
Gessoed heavy Bristol Board or Watercolor) Paper for Oil or Acrylics, Ivory or Mars Black Paint, and White. Two flat, two round, two filbert brushes. 1 large flat brush -all suitable for your media. Water or solvent glass jar. Oils: Odorless spirits, Gamsol only. (1 qt). Palette knife. Several Rags. Drawing materials. Drawing: 18 by 24 Newsprint pad. 2 sheets or pad of Large drawing (not sketch) paper, at least 11 by 17”. Soft vine charcoal. 2B or softer graphite pencils or sticks. Erasers. All available on location.
Questions? Email here at JamieBollenbach@gmail.com
Join us on Sunday February 11th from 11:00 - 2:00 and make some custom valentine cards! We'll have tables set up on the salesfloor and materials available free of charge, to collage and otherwise decorate your own valentine's cards to give to your loved ones and friends.
Tired of painting the same models? New model pose, fresh face!
Models will be wearing interesting outfits/personal style.
Artist may use any style, any medium. We share the model cost. 100% of the money will go to the model. Artist and Craftsman store is donating the room and in addition you get 10% off the day of the pose in the store.
Ten dollars per person. If you want to photograph the model to work from home it’s another ten dollars.
Saturday March 3rd from 2-5 pm. 10 artist maximum so please rsvp. to email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Hosted by Bonnie Reiser.
The are already two artists signed up so that only leave 8 spaces.
In the RSVP subject line please write: 3 hour pose March 3rd, 2-5 pm.
That's right, Artist & Craftsman Supply Seattle will finally be holding a gilding workshop. Details are to follow but for now, we can tell you it's happening on February 20th, in the classroom and will be taught by Charles Douglas. http://www.gildingstudio.com
On display in the store is our ninth annual black light art show, located in the small room at the end of the clay sculpture materials aisle. Please go in and have a look. We hold this exhibition every October and always welcome people who wish to Glow up and fluoresce. If you're interested in participating, ask an A&C clerk for advice on materials. We'd love to help. The current show will probably remain on display through the first week of November.
Diamond Parking has introduced new steps for parking in the lot across eighth avenue:
We have a new machine in the lot, all the customers need to do is:
1. Hit any button to start.
2. Select two free hours
3. Enter their vehicle license plate number
4. Then put the receipt on the dash.
This procedure helps us and them know exactly which car and how long they can stay.
We are ordering signs to help customer understand what to do.
We have been writing warning tickets to help customers go to the machine.
Diamond Parking LLC
4719 University Way NE #203
Seattle, WA 98105
Office (206) 729-0241
July 1st 2:00pm - 3:00pm FREE!
Lora Martini is a local encaustic painter. She will discuss and demonstrate several encaustic paintings techniques and outline the materials needed to get started painting in this medium.
Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting, involves using heated beeswax to which colored pigments are added. The liquid or paste is then applied to a surface — usually prepared wood, though canvas and other materials are often used. The simplest encaustic mixture can be made from adding pigments to beeswax, but there are several other recipes that can be used — some containing other types of waxes, damar resin, linseed oil, or other ingredients. Pure, powdered pigments can be used, though some mixtures use oil paints or other forms of pigment. This painting medium is very versatile and physical kind of paint. It is unique in the way the paint interacts with the prior layers and in the way the color pigments is suspended allowing the light to reflect and creative a 3-d effect.
June 20th / 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Project #1 of Artists United for the American Democracy, organizing art and artists across the United States of America!
Let's talk about how artists from many traditions can use skills and subjects to keep the roots of our democracy healthy through the most serious political and cultural threat in a generation, by observation, education and the “Public Subject.”
A Tuesday Talk with teaching artist and former Alaska ACLU director Jamie Bollenbach, MFA.
More information: JamieBollenbach@gmail.com Open to everyone!
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