Monday, August 25, 2014

A Juried Online Art Competition and Exhibit October 3-31, 2014




The Artists Association of Northern Colorado Presents
The prestigious Artists Association of Northern Colorado (AANC) announces an art call for the Association’s inaugural Online Juried Art Competition and Exhibition. The Association invites all 2D artists including digital artists and photographers from around the world to make online submissions for entry into the Association’s inaugural online art exhibition. AANC encourages entries from artists regardless of where they reside and regardless of their experience or education in the art field to enter their best works.
PROSPECTUS
Entry Deadline: August 31, 2014
Artwork must be submitted online via the digital entry program Online Juried Shows at www.onlinejuriedshows.com. Instructions for submission can be found on that website.
Juror: Mike Beeman PSA, IAPS-MC
AWARDS:
Best in Show: $250
$100 First Place Awards in the following categories
1. Painting:  oil and pastel
2. Painting:  acrylic, mixed media  and watercolor
3. Photography (traditional)
4. Enhanced digital work from photography
5. Created digital work (no photographic elements)
Honorable Mentions as determined by the juror

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Expanding your Imagination with Mixed Media Collage - Joan Fullerton Workshop






Joan Fullerton Workshop
Expanding your Imagination with Mixed Media Collage
September 18—20, 2014


Location of Workshop: Lowe Mill Arts and Entertainment,
2211 Seminole Dr., Huntsville, AL 35805

To Register: www.huntsvilleartleague.org Registration Deadline: 10 September, 2014
Cost: $350.00 for Huntsville Art League members; $380.00 for non-Members

Biography: Joan Fullerton’s work has been in galleries, juried shows and museums since the early 70’s and she has shown internationally in Italy and Japan. Her work was published in the 2010 edition of Open Studios Press and the Society of Layerists in Multi-Media book, Visual Journey, Art of the 21st Century. In 1985 she returned to college and achieved BFA and MFA degrees in painting from the University of Wyoming. She worked as a college art instructor at Laramie County Community College from 1990 to 2003 in Cheyenne, WY. After a recent move to south Denver, she is now hosting workshops in her studio and teaching across the nation. — Website: www.joanfullerton.com

Description: Classes will begin 9 a.m. until noon, take an hour for lunch, and then resume from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

In this 3 day class we will explore a variety of techniques designed to offer you new options in your art making. Each day will incorporate demonstrations, unique design lectures, and plenty of time for students to create.

Materials List:
Brushes: Inexpensive 2” hardware brush for gel medium, a 1” synthetic flat brush, and a round brush for detail. I like to use a brayer, but that is optional.
Paint: Any acrylic paint you prefer in your favorite colors. You just need a handful of colors plus black and white. (I use black and white gesso.)
Palette: Whatever you like, paper plates, pages of books, freezer paper.
Water container
Paint rag and paper towels Masking tape
Protection: You might want latex gloves or barrier cream, an apron or a smock.
Surfaces: Your choice of 140 lb. cold pressed watercolor paper, canvases, or painting panels. Minimum of 2 surfaces per day, in whatever dimension you wish to work. Cheap Joes Primed Really Good Cradled Painting Panels are great, but gesso them ahead. If you use watercolor paper, bring a lightweight support.
Cutting and Marking tools: Palette knife, scissors, and motel key cards or other scrapers; pens, pencils, and a couple sticks of vine charcoal. Rubber nibs and stencils are optional.
Xerox or Laser copies: (Not ink jet copies.) Select images you resonate with. Use your own photographs of people, birds, houses, trees, horses, etc.
Collage Material: Pages from diaries, poetry, musical scores, patterns, newspaper text, etc. Print a variety of sizes from small to very large.
Optional collage materials: Old newspapers, books, rice paper, lace paper, paper dollies, old stamps, letters, receipts, craft paper, post cards, etc.
Adhesives: 16 oz (or larger) of regular gel medium (matte or gloss.) Polymer medium for color glazes. You can use water if you wish. Journal/Notebook: For notes, ideas, drawing, etc.

The most important ingredient you can bring to the workshop is your sense of adventure and play.

Questions may be directed to: Shirley Barnes, Workshop Chairperson
Email: scbarnes@comcast.net, PH: 256-883-1977

Teri Hartmann, Education Director
Huntsville Art League
Email: eduhsvartleague@gmail.com, PH: 256.339.6432

Art Museum announces Fall Art Classes and Workshops





Fall Art Classes and Workshops

            The Huntsville Museum of Art’s Museum Academy will offer art classes for age 3 through eighth grade. Classes will include Fall into Art, Clay Play, Brushworks, Easel Painting, Whimsical Clay, Mixed Media, Ceramics and Saturday Studio Art Adventures.

The museum will offer several high school and adult classes. Adults can enjoy ceramics, drawing, oil and acrylic painting, Floral Watercolor, Drawing in the Galleries, Color Made Easy and Stained Glass Expressions.

Fall classes begin the week of September 22.

Master Artist Workshops will also be offered this fall East Meets West: Chinese and Watercolor Painting with Lian Quan Zhen and Watercolor Portraits with Ted Nuttall. More workshops are being offered in 2015.

More information or to register online at hsvmuseum.org or call 256-535-4350, extension 222. All classes and workshops will be held at the Huntsville Museum of Art in the Museum Academy classrooms located in downtown Huntsville at Big Spring International Park.
  
Huntsville Museum of Art
300 Church Street SW
Huntsville, Alabama 35801
256.535.4350  FAX  256.532.1743
www.hsvmuseum.org