July 6, 7:00-9:00pm. Explore five media in five weeks, without having to buy tools and supplies. This is your chance to experiment and find your preferred method of self expression while learning key elements of art; color, line, composition, perspective. This class is limited to 6 students during the pandemic. $135.
Enjoy the gorgeous paintings in the slideshow below. They’ve been curated to encourage you to copy art and here’s why: Article by L. Marder
June 19, 6:00-8:00pm. Whether it’s in person or virtually, Articipate will be holding an artist reception for Liz Frankland. Liz works primarily with acrylics on canvas in a loose but realistic style. Everyday spaces, figures that resonate with a mid-century aesthetic; and interiors filled with light and shadow are some of the subject matter which drives her work. Join us for this long anticipated community art celebration June 19, 6:00-8:00pm.
Spend a little time getting centered by creating a new design. Start at the center and work your way around and out. Add some words for self expression. Make a collection of them, or send them to your friends. One day they’ll remind you of how you coped during the Covid 19 pandemic by creating art.
April 24, 6:30-8:30pm Add some sparkle to your pots; who needs blooms? These garden stakes are fun to create. Their shape results in great designs. You’ll make two. $37; all materials provided. They will be ready for pick up in one week.
March 10, 6:30-8:30pm Graceful Zentangles paired with traditional bamboo designs make this workshop special. Pam’s classes are always a hit. Limited seating. Enjoy for $31; includes all materials.
March 3, 7:00-9:00pm. Ladies Art Night and create your Shamrock Box Sign. These box signs measure 8″ x 20″, they can stand on their own or can be hung on the wall horizontally or vertically. There are keyhole notches routed into the back of the box sign. Customize yours by the papers & paint colors you choose.
March 5, 6:30-8:00pm. Learn simple techniques for drawing nearly anything imaginable! During the four weeks, we’ll focus on drawing still life, animals, the human figure, and portraiture. Enjoy this intuitive and expressive way of thinking. Develop your visual language.
Wednesday, March 4, 6:30-8:30pm. “The best way to improve is through practice!” Liz Frankland will demonstrate paintings from start to finish; learn to make them loose, accurate and expressive. Multiple limited palettes will be explored. Space is limited to 12.
February 23, 1:30-4:30pm The medium of soft pastels can be used with many other media: watercolor, acrylic ink, pumice paste and Modge Podge. You’ll have 3 hours to play with them all. These materials lend themselves to Van Gogh style compositions. Mary Jane Erard will guide us through the many processes.