Come and see work by guest artists Katharina Keoughan and Joy Vaughan in a collaborative exhibit of large scale acrylic paintings.
Also, come to see figures by guest sculptor Jack Schneider.
Several new works by member artists are hung in the new show "Artists' Choice", along with older favorites.
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Join us for an opening reception for a new show by guest artists:
Katharina Keoughan and Joy Vaughan, A Creative Collaboration, and the new Member Show, Artists' Choice
on Friday, August 15 from 5 to 8 pm.
Spend the evening in Bath for the Third Friday Bath Art Walk.
Admission is free and refreshments will be served.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Mixed Media with Debra Arter
1 day, $60. Sunday, September 14. 1:00 to 5:00 pm.
$5 materials fee.
“Mixed Media Mania”: many techniques and materials will open endless possibilities in 2 and 3 dimensional work.
Oil Painting with Eric Glass
6 weeks $150. Saturdays, 1:00-3:30 pm.
Begins September 13. No class October 11.
Gain confidence with oil painting as Eric guides you through direct observation, color mixing, the techniques, by doing Still Life or Plein Aire, weather permitting.
Watercolor with Liz Messler
5 weeks $100. Wednesdays, 9:30 am - 12 noon.
Begins October 1.
Explore “Paint & Water” while learning design, composition, various watercolor techniques.
Drawing with Stuart Ross
4 weeks $80. Thursdays, 10:00 am - 12 noon.
Begins October 2.
Beginners will learn the “grammar” of art, a necessary foundation for any medium, while those with more experience will improve their skills.
Gelatin Printmaking with Debra Arter
1 day, $60. Sunday, October 5. 1:00 - 5:00 pm.
$10 materials fee..
No press necessary! Gelatin and other print techniques will be taught.
Torn Paper Paintings with Wanda Edwards
2 days, $150. Sat & Sun, Oct 11 - 12. 10 - 4:30 pm.
Intensive 2-day workshop using a variety of papers to develop form, value, texture and details in a simple painting.
Acrylics with Roz Martin
2 weeks $60. Saturday, Oct 18 & 25. 9:30 am - 12 noon.
Loosen Up & Paint Like Crazy! Roz brings a positive, energetic approach to teaching the techniques and principles of acrylic painting.
Pastel with Claudette Gamache, PSA
2 days, $70 per day. Saturday & Sunday, November 1 - 2.
9:30 to 4:00 pm.
From Sketch or Photo to Finished Painting with Michael Vermette
2 days, $175. Saturday & Sunday, November 8 - 9.
9:30 to 4:30 pm.
Michael will coach students using sketches, studies and photographs to develop a finished painting in the studio.
See complete class descriptions and materials lists for each class under "Pages" on right side of blog.
Call 442-0300 or visit the Gallery to sign up for the class.
A 50% deposit will hold your place.
Sunday, July 20, 2014
July 27, 5-7 pm
Brad Terry, Clarinet
Peter Herman, Guitar
Suggested donation $20
Seating is limited so it's best to arrive a little early.
Join Us for Jazz
Come and experience this wonderful collaboration between Jazz master Brad Terry and young guitarist Peter Herman as they play jazz classics.
Brad says: “I have been playing this wonderful American music called ‘Jazz’ ever since my neighbor Benny Goodman convinced my mother to buy me a clarinet when I was fourteen.
I have been lucky to have known and be challenged by, played and recorded with some of the world’s greatest Jazz players and now, at seventy- seven I’m being challenged again by a brilliant twenty-five year old guitar player, Peter Herman.
We play tunes I’ve known for 50-60 years that he’s hearing for the first time and he brings with him a flood of new and refreshing harmonic and melodic ideas. He has mastered a lot of amazing technique and throws musical curve balls at me, definitely keeping me on my toes. We play a variety of standard jazz tunes and spontaneously create musical conversations that take us to surprising and often unlikely places.”
|Brad Terry, Peter Herman|
Thursday, July 17, 2014
|Motor Neuron Expansion|
Gabriel Greenlaw was homeschooled prior to attending college, where he received a BFA in Glass and Glass Sculpture from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2014. He has remained constantly involved in the art community as a teaching assistant for glassblowing classes at RIT and through courses at Penland School of Crafts, Pilchuck Glass School, and Waterfall Center for the Arts. He has also studied with Clair Belfrage, Jason Chakravarty, Michael Rogers, Robin Cass, David Schunkel, and Marta Bernbaum. His work has been included in several exhibitions including ART2014 at the Harlow Gallery, in Hallowell, ME, the MetaProject 02 Exhibition and School of American Crafts Honors Exhibition at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY. He was a 2014 NICHE Awards Finalist in the blown glass category, 2014 Becky Winship Flameworking Award recipient from the Glass Art Society, Corning Incorporated Award Nominee in 2013 and involved in an international collaboration between RIT’s School of American Crafts and the China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, which concluded in an exhibition at the Rochester Contemporary Art Center.
|The Artist's Soul|
Gabriel's current work is inspired by scientific observations and elements such as neurological elements, and expanding them to where they become an immersive experience for the viewer. The use of glass within his work exploits the innate fragility that is associated with the material, creating an environment of tension and intensity that introduces a visceral sense of life into the material, transcending the visual impact of the composition. Combined with complex and organic forms, his work embodies his internal obsession with drama and precision. His pieces are the result of the act of making; impulsively acting, immersing himself in the process and becoming obsessed with details that others rarely consider.
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Join us Friday, July 18, from 5 to 8 pm for an opening reception for Guest Artist Sylvia Bangs whose work will be exhibited through August 9, 2014, along with the member show Mainely Summer featuring new works.
Sylvia Bangs was born and raised in Gray, Maine. She attended the School of Fine and Applied Arts, now Maine College of Art, and has studied with nationally known oil and watercolorist Lawrence Sisson; New York and Maine artist John Muench; and James Elliot of Bath. Sylvia Bangs lives in Portland, Maine.
Admission is free, and light refreshments will be served.
Monday, December 17, 2012
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Art is personal. Everyone sees a work of art in a different way. You might know that your Giftee loves art but you're not sure what kind.
|Spannocchia, w/c by Sharon Bouchard|