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Art Central is happy to host
another Drew Davis
Acrylic Painting Workshop

Drew Davis June 3rd

Acrylic painting workshop with Drew Davis: “Breaking Down the Basics”
Sunday, June 3rd, 12:30-3:30pm.
Fee: $45 per person

Drew has over 16 years experience as a professional artist and 4 years of teaching Art workshops. In this 3 hour acrylic painting workshop, Drew will break down his creative process used to construct his vibrant, energetic abstract paintings.  We will explore how to use contrast, shapes and colors to create interesting forms.  He will share various techniques in how to use color and brush strokes to create movement, balance and energy.  This class is for all skill levels!  We will be working mostly from our imaginations — but you are welcome to bring your own images for inspiration of shape and color.  We will be doing several small warm-up pieces and one larger. Paints, brushes and other materials will be provided. Canvas and additional materials can be purchased at Art Central. Snacks will be provided and you are welcome to BYOB. Come join the fun!
Contact Drew for questions or register at drewdavis.com/classes  by phone: 805-234-2302, or email: drew@drewdavis.com

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity
to learn the basics of acrylic paint.
Sign up today! 

Art Central is proud to host
an alcohol ink workshop
with Shirley Horacek

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Shirley Horacek – “Flower Power – Using Alcohol Inks with Line Deign”
Saturday, June 9th, 1:30-4:30 pm
Fee: $25

Alcohol inks and Yupo are a perfect combination for creating flowing bursts of color that will blossom into bright flowers or plants with the addition of white Posca Pen lines. This workshop is pure fun, easy and rewarding.  Most materials will be provided.  Students need only to provide/purchase a white Posca pen with a fine point or point of your choice.  
Contact Shirley Horacek for questions or registration by phone: (805) 929-1614 or email: bnshoracek@gmail.com

Don’t miss out on this chance to
learn a fun and exciting mixed media process.
Sign up today!

Why use black in a painting? We thought we’d share this informative article from Gamblin:

Black quickly and effectively creates shades, however the strong mixing strength and/or temperature of some blacks can be difficult to control in nuanced color mixing. The relative opacity, tinting strength, and color temperature of a black all influence how it will behave on our palettes and in our paintings.

Gamblin makes six different blacks, each with their own unique characteristics:

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Ivory Black

The most commonly used black, made from burnt bone (sometimes called bone black). It is semi-transparent, has a moderate tinting strength, and doesn’t overwhelm mixtures. Overall it is a good mixing black, however if you find that it dulls mixtures a bit too much, try chromatic black.

Mars Black

Mars black is a synthetic iron oxide. It is very opaque and has a strong tinting strength, making it a bit overwhelming in color mixtures. It is useful when you want a strong, opaque black straight from the tube (think Franz Kline or the German Expressionists).

Black Spinel 

One of the most unique blacks, Black Spinel has a dense texture and dries to a very matte appearance, almost like slate, when no painting mediums are added. It also remains quite neutral. * 

*Because it is a series 4 color ($24.95), Gamblin does not include it in their display so we don’t stock it.  However, our distributors do, and we’re happy to special order it for any customers that wish to use it.  Like all of our in-stock Gamblin oil paints, our members will receive a 25% discount on it.  Delivery would be less than 1 week.

Chromatic Black

Developed by Robert Gamblin, Chromatic black is unique to Gamblin.

For some painters, black straight from the tube has been discouraged. As an alternative, many painters choose to mix their own black. Some good examples are Sap green and Alizarin Crimson or Burnt Sienna and Ultramarine Blue. Chromatic Black was developed in the spirit of a mixed black, made by mixing two modern organic colors, Phtalo Emerald (warm green) and Quinacridone Red (cool red). When mixed, these two colors pass right through the middle of the color wheel to produce a rich black, perfect for creating cleaner shades of colors. Because of its transparency, it is the darkest black on the color palette and is ideal for mixing with other transparent colors when you don’t want to lose their transparency.

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Van Dyke Brown

The contemporary permanent version of  the historical color and the warmest black on the palette. It is made with iron oxide and is semi-transparent. Great for creating shades of skin tones.

Payne’s Grey 

When mixed with white, Payne’s grey creates the color of storm clouds. The Ultramarine Blue in its formula makes it the coolest black on the palette. It is semi-transparent, great for capturing the coolness of shadows.

Larry Le Brane’s
Drawing Workshop
is just a week away!

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Drawing Foundation Series with Larry Le Brane: The Magic of Line
Thursday May 24th, 5 – 8pm
Fee: $45

Learn the use of line contour with visual devices to achieve the illusion of “deep space” on a 2-dimensional plane. Explore composition placement. Includes individual feedback & group critique. Larry Le Brane’s “Drawing Foundation Series”: 4 Mini-Classes, each session focuses on specific fundamental drawing skills, learning how to ‘see differently.’ Take only 1 or all sessions. 4 Student minimum. Beginning skill levels. Students get a Material List when class is confirmed.
To enroll: Contact larron4@charter.net

This is just the first of a series of 4 drawing workshops.  Don’t miss out on the chance to learn from a talented and experienced instructor.  Sign up today!

Art Central is proud
to announce 
a new
watercolor workshop
with 
the amazing
Tracy Taylor!

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Under-watercolor Workshop with Tracy Taylor
Saturday June 2nd, 11am – 2pm
Fee: $40

It’s time to paint with water-colorist Tracy Taylor!  It’s an Art Party: I draw it and you paint it!  For the more advanced, I will have a still life set up. Cost includes all materials (the same as I work with) and we will turn the volume up!
Maximum of 14 students.
To enroll, contact Tracy Taylor by phone: 805-704-5690

Tracy’s workshops are always informative, full of color, and FUN!
Reserve your spot now so you don’t miss out!

Workshop Reminders!

Art Central has
two great workshops
to remind you about!

Drew Davis May 18th

Acrylic painting workshop with Drew Davis: “Breaking Down the Basics”
Friday, May 18th, 2pm-5pm.
Fee: $45 per person

Drew has over 16 years experience as a professional artist and 4 years of teaching Art workshops. In this 3 hour acrylic painting workshop, Drew will break down his creative process used to construct vibrant, energetic paintings in an easy-to-understand way.  We will explore how to use a photograph and break it down down into its simplest painted form. He will share various techniques in how to use color and brush strokes to create movement, balance and energy.  There will be individual focus that is unique to each persons needs. This class is for all skill levels!  We will be working from printed photos, but you are welcome to bring your own images. We will be doing one small warm-up piece and one larger. Paints, brushes and other materials will be provided. Canvas and additional materials can be purchased at Art Central. Snacks will be provided and you are welcome to BYOB. Come join the fun!
Contact Drew for questions or register at drewdavis.com/classes  by phone: 805-234-2302, or email: drew@drewdavis.com

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Sculpting A Human Bust with Rochelle Niemerow
Saturday May 19th, 11am-3pm & Sunday May 20th, 12:20-3:30pm
Fee: $45

This is a creative and fun two-day class, sculpting a bust from your imagination.  I will take you through the process of basic forms and facial features, then finishing the bust with drawings or adornments.  You will have two choices of clay, ceramic or plastina.
Supplies: Clay, some tools, an apron AND a great imagination!!!
To enroll, contact Rochelle Niemerow by email: elegant.buddha@hotmail.com

Rochelle’s workshop is filling up FAST so make sure to reserve your spot today.
Don’t miss out on any of these amazing workshops.
Sign up ASAP!

Pouring Fun!

This weekend we hosted acrylic pouring workshops, and… man, was it fun!

Thanks to everyone who attended and got messy with us – you created some amazing artwork! Acrylic pouring is a very therapeutic form of art and has recently become super popular through social media and online videos. We’re delighted that we got such a fantastic response.  Everyone who attended had a great time!

Let us know what kind of workshops YOU would like to attend!

SHABANG HAD AN AWESOME TURNOUT LAST WEEKEND, WE WERE THRILLED TO BE A PART OF THE FUN!

The event was packed with amazing young artists and creatives! The festival hosted bands while local artists showcased their work and lined up for the Silent Disco.

We were proud to be one of Shabang’s sponsors, providing canvas and POSCA paint markers for collaborative paintings at the Art Garden!

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Shabang painting

If you took a selfie with our SHABANG painting, make sure to come in this week and get 20% OFF when you show us your picture! Discount valid through May 19th, don’t miss out!

We also provided paints and canvas for two very talented muralists, Julian Hart and Mo E Willis. Check out their finished pieces! 

Top: mural by Julian Hart

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Below: mural by Mo E Willis

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“SPRING VISTAS”

will be on exhibit through May 28th. Amazing work!  

Don’t miss it!

We have been working hard
to put together a dynamite schedule of
upcoming events at Art Central

 

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Checkout all these great
– workshops & demonstrations –

-(Make sure to scroll ALL the way down.  It’s a looong list!)-

 

Pour Your Painting: Acrylic Pouring Medium Workshop
Saturday May 5th, 11am – 1pm
Fee: $20 (includes all materials)

Work with Mia to explore the fun and exciting process of painting with acrylic pouring medium.  This workshop will supply all the materials you need (paint, pouring mediums and 2 wood panels) and instruct you on the basic techniques of this popular new painting medium.  Come to learn, create and have FUN!
To enroll, Contact Art Central by email:  artcentralslo@yahoo.com or phone us: 805-747-4200
Payment secures reservation, and is required before workshop. (check or cash only, please!)  Max enrollment of 10 students.
Wear cloths you can get color on, it can be messy!

 

Acrylic painting workshop with Drew Davis: “Breaking Down the Basics”
Friday, May 18th, 2pm-5pm.
Fee: $45 per person

Drew has over 16 years experience as a professional artist and 4 years of teaching Art workshops. In this 3 hour acrylic painting workshop, Drew will break down his creative process used to construct vibrant, energetic paintings in an easy-to-understand way.  We will explore how to use a photograph and break it down down into its simplest painted form. He will share various techniques in how to use color and brush strokes to create movement, balance and energy.  There will be individual focus that is unique to each persons needs. This class is for all skill levels!  We will be working from printed photos, but you are welcome to bring your own images. We will be doing one small warm-up piece and one larger. Paints, brushes and other materials will be provided. Canvas and additional materials can be purchased at Art Central. Snacks will be provided and you are welcome to BYOB. Come join the fun!
Contact Drew for questions or register at drewdavis.com/classes  by phone: 805-234-2302, or email: drew@drewdavis.com

 

Sculpting A Human Bust with Rochelle Niemerow
Saturday May 19th, 11am-3pm & Sunday May 20th, 12:20-3:30pm
Fee: $45

This is a creative and fun two-day class, sculpting a bust from your imagination.  I will take you through the process of basic forms and facial features, then finishing the bust with drawings or adornments.  You will have two choices of clay, ceramic or plastina.
Supplies: Clay, some tools, an apron AND a great imagination!!!
To enroll, contact Rochelle Niemerow by email: elegant.buddha@hotmail.com

 

Drawing Foundation Series with Larry Le Brane: The Magic of Line
Thursday May 24th, 5 – 8pm
Fee: $45

Learn the use of line contour with visual devices to achieve the illusion of “deep space” on a 2-dimensional plane. Explore composition placement. Includes individual feedback & group critique. Larry Le Brane’s “Drawing Foundation Series”: 4 Mini-Classes, each session focuses on specific fundamental drawing skills, learning how to ‘see differently.’ Take only 1 or all sessions. 4 Student minimum. Beginning skill levels. Students get a Material List when class is confirmed.
To enroll: Contact larron4@charter.net

 

Under-watercolor Workshop with Tracy Taylor
Saturday June 2nd, 11am – 2pm
Fee: $40

It’s time to paint with water-colorist Tracy Taylor!  It’s an Art Party: I draw it and you paint it!  For the more advanced, I will have a still life set up. Cost includes all materials (the same as I work with) and we will turn the volume up!
Maximum of 14 students.
To enroll, contact Tracy Taylor by phone: 805-704-5690

 

Acrylic painting workshop with Drew Davis: “Breaking Down the Basics”
Sunday, June 3rd, 12:30-3:30pm.
Fee: $45 per person

Drew has over 16 years experience as a professional artist and 4 years of teaching Art workshops. In this 3 hour acrylic painting workshop, Drew will break down his creative process used to construct his vibrant, energetic abstract paintings.  We will explore how to use contrast, shapes and colors to create interesting forms.  He will share various techniques in how to use color and brush strokes to create movement, balance and energy.  This class is for all skill levels!  We will be working mostly from our imaginations — but you are welcome to bring your own images for inspiration of shape and color.  We will be doing several small warm-up pieces and one larger. Paints, brushes and other materials will be provided. Canvas and additional materials can be purchased at Art Central. Snacks will be provided and you are welcome to BYOB. Come join the fun!
Contact Drew for questions or register at drewdavis.com/classes  by phone: 805-234-2302, or email: drew@drewdavis.com

 

Shirley Horacek – “Flower Power – Using Alcohol Inks with Line Deign”
Saturday, June 9th, 1:30-4:30 pm
Fee: $25

Alcohol inks and Yupo are a perfect combination for creating flowing bursts of color that will blossom into bright flowers or plants with the addition of white Posca Pen lines. This workshop is pure fun, easy and rewarding.  Most materials will be provided.  Students need only to provide/purchase a white Posca pen with a fine point or point of your choice.
Contact Shirley Horacek for questions or registration by phone: (805) 929-1614 or email: bnshoracek@gmail.com

 

Oil Painting Workshop with Susan Jenkins: Rooster on 16”x20” Canvas
Sunday June 10th, 12:30 – 5:00pm
Fee: $75.00

Learn to paint in oil by following along with me as I create a rooster on 16”x20” canvas.  We will draw it in with thinned paint, using odorless thinner. I teach an easy, fast, measuring technique. We will then paint it in with our oils. I do not use a medium.  This class will be about painting a rooster, measuring and drawing and painting!  All levels are welcome.
Paint colors used:  Cad yellow light (I use Azo yellow Graham you may use the yellow of your choice. Cad orange.  Yellow ochre. Naphthol red or cad red.  Alizarin Crimson.  Dioxazine purple.  Ultra-Marine blue.  Phthalo blue.  Ivory black.  Burnt umber.  Titanium white.
Brushes:  2,4,6, Bristle filbert
You will need:  Odorless thinner.  Paper towels.  Palette and palette knife for mixing as needed.  See you there!!
To Enroll, Contact Susan Jenkins by email: susanjenkinsart@msn.com

 

Golden Acrylics Paint Lecture-Demonstration with Judy Gittelsohn
Saturday June 16th, 10:30am-12:30pm
Fee: FREE!

A fast paced one and one half-hour free educational presentation on acrylic paints, gels and mediums: an advanced technical explanation of acrylics, and their inherent possibilities. It covers information about the different types of pigments, viscosities, types of paints, grounds and color mixing. Various gels and mediums are demonstrated. The possibilities will blow your mind. You will learn how to extend paint to save money, and how to mix paints with gels to create unique textural surfaces. Get key information on color mixing, blending and controlling drying time. Learn how to use different products to make surfaces for watercolors, graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, oil and soft pastels. Techniques for the use of iridescent and metallic paints will be shown. The lecture covers, lightfastness of pigments and health and safety concerns. The lecture will also include a brief explanation of the new Qor Watercolors and an overview of the stunning color palette of Williamsburg Oils.  A packet of literature and free samples of paint and gels are available for all those who attend.
To Enroll, contact Art Central by email: artcentralslo@yahoo.com or phone us: 805-747-4200

 

Plants, Places and Trees in 360 Degrees: A Golden Paints Workshop by Judy Gittelsohn
Saturday June 16th, 1:30-4:30pm
Fee: $60 (includes all materials)

Interested in learning more ways to paint and ways to think about painting? This workshop will introduce you to many techniques and methods as well as mine your brain for interesting deep connections and ideas that are possible.  Artist participants will have the opportunity to use all types of paint; Golden Heavy Body Acrylics, Golden Fluid Acrylics, Golden Gels and mediums and more.  We will take one conceptual idea – studying something in the round, with views of 360 degrees and visit it over and over again.  We will study in depth one subject using many techniques.  If you have never painted, want to learn more, or want to jump in a new direction, this will be a useful afternoon. I’ll share my approach and experience with you and you’ll walk away with a fresh and invigorating view.  Please join me.  All levels are welcome.  All materials provided.
To enroll, contact Judy by email: me@judyg.com or phone 650-248-5381

 

Drawing for Oil & Acrylic Painting with Stan Bowen
Saturdays: June 23rd, 30th, July 7th, 14th, 21st, August 4th, 11am-2pm
Fee: $30 per 3 hour session

Stan Bowen – painter and art teacher – will be teaching classes at Art Central. The beginning class will explore the fundamentals of drawing that will be a prerequisite for oil and acrylic painting classes. There will be six three-hour sessions that will start with basic drawing skills and will transition to painting using the learned drawing skills. Sessions begin at 11 am.
To enroll, contact Stan by email: stanbowen@yahoo.com or phone: 805-203-5715

 

The Art of Positive Creating, Fun with Pens and Markers: A workshop with Kirk Cruz
Sunday June 24th, 2 – 4 pm
Fee: $35

How to let go and have fun making art.  This workshop will help you to Explore the different paths of letting go while enjoying your process. Find the freedom that is so important in creating Art.  You’ll find the self-discovery and empowerment, that allows the Artist in you to surface.  All levels of Artist and non-Artist are welcome.  Class materials list is available at Art Central.
Contact Kirk Cruz for questions or registration by texting: (559) 994-2161
or email: mirancho1969@hotmail.com

 

Drawing Foundation Series with Larry Le Brane: Drawing Perspective
Thursday June 28th, 5 – 8pm
Fee: $45

Learn how to use 1, 2 & 3-point perspective & apply to drawing forms. A popular class & skill that many students like to re-visit. Larry Le Brane’s “Drawing Foundation Series”: 4 Mini-Classes, each session focuses on specific fundamental drawing skills, learning how to ‘see differently.’ Take only 1 or all sessions. 4 Student minimum. Beginning skill levels. Students get a Material List when class is confirmed.
To Enroll: Contact larron4@charter.net

 

Spencer Poulter: “Portrait Drawing and Proportion Training”
Sunday July 8th, 12:30 – 3:30
Fee: 45$ for class 

This drawing class will help train your eye to better understand how to draw portraits. We will be using charcoal pencils and acrylic paint to create gestural images of the human form with an emphasis on the face. I will have a clothed male model present. This class is meant for medium-advanced skill levels.
Supplies needed: 18 x 24 Sketch paper pad, brushes, easels if desired(otherwise we will be working flat on the table.)
Supplies Provided: Black acrylic paint, Vine charcoal, Compressed charcoal
Contact Spencer for questions or registration by phone: (559) 250-3081, or email: spencerpoulter@yahoo.com

 

Acrylic Painting Workshop with Drew Davis: “Breaking down the Basics”
Sunday July 15th, 12:30 – 3:30pm
Fee: $45 per person
 

Drew has over 16 years experience as a professional artist and 4 years of teaching Art workshops. In this 3 hour acrylic painting workshop, He will break down his creative process used to construct vibrant, energetic paintings in an easy-to-understand way.  We will explore how to break down images of flowers to create vibrant representational abstract paintings of them. He will share various techniques in how to use color and brush strokes to create movement, balance and energy.  There will be individual focus that is unique to each person’s needs. This class is for all skill levels!  We will be working from printed photos, but you are welcome to bring your own images. We will be doing several small warm-up pieces and one larger. Paints, brushes and other materials will be provided. Canvas and additional materials can be purchased at Art Central. Snacks will be provided, and you are welcome to BYOB. Come join the fun!
Contact Drew for questions or register at drewdavis.com/classes  by phone: 805-234-2302, or email: drew@drewdavis.com

 

Acrylic Lesson with Hilda Vandergriff: Van Gogh Sunflowers
Sunday July 22nd, 12:30 – 2:30pm
Fee: $40.00 per person

Learn about Vincent Van Gogh impressionist painting techniques, bold bright colors and harsh brush strokes.
You will receive a lesson handout and watch demo steps on the painting process. This is a class for anyone and you will take home a finished painting. Come have fun painting and learn about Vincent Van Gogh and acrylics.  Hilda is passionate about her teaching and wants people to learn art techniques while having fun.  Her goal is to bring out creativity; she brings lots of enthusiasm and positive thinking in her teaching style.  Come and have a fun time painting and learning.
Acrylic Paint Colors: Titanium White, Hansa Yellow, Cadmium Orange, Permanent Rose, Cerulean Blue, Ultramarine Blue and Violet.
Acrylic brushes Royal Soft Grip or other brand: (Flat size ½, Filbert size ½, flat ¼ inch)
Pre-stretched Canvas – Size 11” x 14.”  A pen and a light color pastel pencil, Canson disposal palette pad, 2 Water containers and Paper towels
To enroll, contact Hilda by phone:  559-322-6557 or email: hvandergri@aol.com

 

Drawing Foundation Series with Larry Le Brane: Structure of Form, Composition & Critique Thursday July 26th, 5 – 8pm
Fee: $45

Draw groups of forms to explore composition alternatives.  Includes individual & popular group critique. Larry Le Brane’s “Drawing Foundation Series”: 4 Mini-Classes, each session focuses on specific fundamental drawing skills, learning how to ‘see differently.’ Take only 1 or all sessions. 4 Student minimum. Beginning skill levels. Students get a Material List when class is confirmed.
To enroll: Contact larron4@charter.net

 

Lynn Bacigalupo: Calm & Centering Mandalas
Saturday July 28th, 1-3pm
Fee: $25 per workshop

When you create space in your life, a world of possibilities open up.  Come experience the calming benefits of meditation through the art of creating mandalas. We will explore this ancient art form of using symmetrical patterning to center your mind.  All materials are provided, simply bring yourself 🙂  Class includes guided meditation and mandala creation.  All levels welcome, no experience needed.
To enroll, contact Lynn by email: lbacigalupo@gmail.com or phone: 805-242-6802

 

Abstract Silhouette Painting in Oil with Spencer Poulter
Sunday July 29th, 12:30 – 3:30pm
Fee: $40

This class encompasses creating a fun abstract background with use of oil paints and collage materials. the second half of the class focuses on cutting a silhouette from the background and pulling it forward with contrasting color. This is a three-hour class from 12-3pm at Art Central. Some materials provided. Other materials available for purchase at Art Central. All skill levels welcome!
To Enroll (559) 250-3081 spencerpoulter@yahoo.com

 

Chinese Brush Painting Lesson by Hilda Vandergriff: Cat with Blossoms
Sunday August 12th, 12:30 – 2:30pm
Fee: $40.00 per person
Have you ever wanted to learn about Chinese brush painting? Sign up and learn how to paint a cat, a bee and blossoms, using simple strokes. Learn to paint cat fur and how to write a Chinese calligraphy word for “Happiness.” Learn how to load a brush with colors and how to paint with Chinese ink.  Learn about seal chops and the variety of papers you can paint on. You will receive a lesson handout and follow along the lesson step by step. You will go home with a beautiful painting and gained knowledge about Chinese brush painting techniques. Hilda is passionate about her teaching and wants people to learn and have fun. Her goal is to bring out creativity; she brings lots of enthusiasm and positive thinking in her teaching style.  Come and have a fun time painting and learning.
Chinese art brushes (large, medium and small for details)
Black Chinese ink
Special textured paper, sumi paper, mulberry or rice paper, Yasutomo Authentic Chinese Watercolor set
A white ceramic plate for watercolors, A small bowl for holding black Chinese ink, Wool felt cloth for laying down the paper to paint on, 1 water container, Paper Towels.
To enroll, contact Hilda by phone:  559-322-6557 or email: hvandergri@aol.com

 

Drawing Foundation Series with Larry Le Brane: Shading
Thursday August 23, 5 – 8pm
Fee: $45

Study shading & apply principles of value to achieve the illusion of natural & mood lighting. Make your drawings come alive with this skill. Larry Le Brane’s “Drawing Foundation Series”: 4 Mini-Classes, each session focuses on specific fundamental drawing skills, learning how to ‘see differently.’ Take only 1 or all sessions. 4 Student minimum. Beginning skill levels. Students get a Material List when class is confirmed.
To Enroll: Contact larron4@charter.net

 

Lynn Bacigalupo: Calm & Centering Mandalas
Saturday September 29th, 1-3pm
Fee: $25 per workshop

When you create space in your life, a world of possibilities open up.  Come experience the calming benefits of meditation through the art of creating mandalas. We will explore this ancient art form of using symmetrical patterning to center your mind.  All materials are provided, simply bring yourself 🙂  Class includes guided meditation and mandala creation.  All levels welcome, no experience needed.
To enroll, contact Lynn by email:  lbacigalupo@gmail.com or phone: 805-242-6802

We are adding new workshops all the time!
Make sure to check back to our
blog and our website often!

Art Central is proud to have
A New Drawing Workshop
with Larry Le Brane!

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Drawing Foundation Series with Larry Le Brane: The Magic of Line
Thursday May 24th, 5 – 8pm
Fee: $45

Learn the use of line contour with visual devices to achieve the illusion of “deep space” on a 2-dimensional plane. Explore composition placement. Includes individual feedback & group critique. Larry Le Brane’s “Drawing Foundation Series”: 4 Mini-Classes, each session focuses on specific fundamental drawing skills, learning how to ‘see differently.’ Take only 1 or all sessions. 4 Student minimum. Beginning skill levels. Students get a Material List when class is confirmed.
To enroll: Contact larron4@charter.net

What a great way to learn the essential skills of drawing (or to bolster your knowledge.)  And this is only the first of four in Larry’s “Drawing Foundation Series.”
Sign up now and don’t miss out!