If you weren't at the studios last Friday, you really missed a great party!
We had a wonderful social hour for the installation of our new board of officers.
Lagoonacy is upon us! The event will be held by the Marine Discovery Center in conjunction with the Artists' Workshop on Saturday, April 21.
There are many opportunities to participate, show and sell, teach, or just plain help out!
Let's go outside and paint on location with a group of friends! It's called Plein Air and has been the rage for the last 15-20 years! Now you're asking: What is Plein Air? Well, it's a real exciting way to see the world and paint it!
Plein air painting is about leaving the four walls of your studio behind and
Marilynne Roland was a force at our organization, giving much of her time and passion for many years to make it a great success.
At the same time she was also pursuing her own art career.
Marilynne was born on April 10, 1922, in Jersey City, New Jersey. She passed away at age 94 on January 18,
The Artists Workshop is turning 60 years this month,
and we are celebrating in a big way!
We are mounting a juried and judged member's exhibit at our studios on Barracuda Blvd, starting with artwork drop off this Monday, Feb 26, 9am-1pm. Awards will be announced during the Awards Luncheon on Friday, March 2 at the Sugar Mill Country Club. Our opening reception and gala will commence on
So many exciting events you can participate in!
1. Clay Open Studio
2. Invitation to participate in the Plein Air Paintout in Flagler Beach
3. Invitation to display your art in Deleon Springs
4. Wekiva Paintout
5. MC Escher at the Museum of Art.
We have so many special classes coming up, that you need to act fast and sign up to reserve your spot! Here is a highlight on three classes that are all happening in a couple of days/weeks. They are all exciting and I'm sure you will find something to spark your creativity!
The holidays are almost upon us! For those of you that still are looking for the perfect gift, how about supporting the local arts community and your co-artists? This month the gallery on Canal Street is still exhibiting the judged competition of "Think Grand, Create Small". There are wonderful small and reasonably priced original works of art, photography, and clay pieces for sale. Why not look for that perfect and unique Christmas gift there?
How often have you stood in front of the vast array of tubes and jars of acrylics or went past the shelves of papers with its variety of marvelous textures and colors, wondering what exactly you can do with it? And if you buy it, would you like it or even get the desired effect?
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