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How to get to art:

Some people delight in playing with color, some are intrigued by shapes and shadows.  Others challenge themselves with realism.  No matter.  However you arrive is the best way.  Choose your path, but take a step.

Read about art classes at Articipate. HERE

English Cathedrals, Zeichner

Art Opening: February 1, 6:30-8:00pm.  

Presenting Robert Zeichner’s silver prints of magnificent English Cathedrals, built some ten centuries ago. Zeichner’s work captures the grandeur of their interior spaces and the small, delicate details. Refreshments served.  Join us for art, meet the artist, mingle with your neighbors. 

Robert A. Zeichner received his Bachelors of Fine Art from Pratt Institute (1969.) He has had over 30 exhibits in galleries and libraries in S.E. Michigan and is an exhibiting member of the Michigan Guild of Artists and Artisans. This exhibit is Robert’s third solo show at Articipate. The images on display are selenium toned gelatin silver prints, created in his traditional wet darkroom. Exhibited items will be available for sale until 3/2/19.

Acrylic Painting

January 9, 2019  6:00-8:00pm

Liz Frankland will demonstrate how to create a scene that is loose but realistic in style, and how to find the point where detail can be expressed accurately yet abstract. Students are asked to bring 2-3 inspirational images to work from and will leave at the end of the class with their own painting. And don’t worry about a cluttered photo! Frankland will help students navigate what to highlight and minimize in the final work. Wednesday evenings, five weeks.  Register  HERE. A materials list will be provided to registered students prior to class.

Acrylic Painting with Liz Frankland

Wednesday evenings, beginning January 9, 2019 from 6:00-8:00pm.

Join local artist Liz Frankland for a 5-week class on acrylic painting. Frankland, who is based in Berkley, is an award winning painter with a love of mid-century modern design, everyday spaces, and interiors filled with light and shadow.

Frankland will demonstrate how to create a scene that is loose but realistic in style, and how to find the point where detail can be expressed accurately yet abstract. Students are asked to bring 2-3 inspirational images to work from and will leave at the end of the class with their own painting. And don’t worry about a cluttered photo! Frankland will help students navigate what to highlight and minimize in the final work.

A materials list will be provided to registered students prior to class. Register on the calendar page.