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10/16/15 will be the opening reception for this years Fall Juried Show. This is our 3rd Friday event, Awards will be given at 6:30 PM, open hours 5 -8 PM We will also have gallery hours each Tuesday from 10:30 -5:30pm or by appointment by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at 570-288-1020. Congratulations to all of our members who have works juried into this...read more
Drawing Clinic with Terese Rogers | Ages 18+ | Limited Attendance | 8 Sessions Sept. 2 – Oct 21 | 6pm to 9pm
She is a graduate of the Ani Waichulis Art Academy and the class will be based on the Language of Drawing Program developed by Anthony Waichulis. It is suitable for beginning and advanced artists that wish to improve their drawing skills. The class will focus on the four basic shapes; sphere, cylinder, cone and cube. Clinic will emphasize fundamental drawing exercises improving your artistic abilities. Clinic is beneficial for both beginner and advanced students. Desire is all that is required! For more information on her work – www. tereserogers.com Ages 18 + limited to 8 students. Members $160 Non-Members $200 – 8 weeks Supply list will be provided. Reserve space in the class at: email@example.com or by calling: 570.288.2010 or mail payment to: Wyoming Valley Art League 130 S. Franklin St. Wilkes-Barre, PA...read more
Have you always wanted to get your art into Book Form? This class is for you! $20 (items to bring will be provided) Reserve your space: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Call: 570.288.2010 Mail to (with payment): Wyoming Valley Art League 130 S. Franklin St. Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701read more
Online Journaling (Blogging) w/Rich Howells Life Drawing w/Robert Bergstrasser (3rd Sundays, beginning again in September) Clay Beads w/Ellen Jamiolkowski Drawing from Life w/Robert Bergstrasser and Helen LaVelle Silk Paper Batik w/Hushang Tatar Soldering for Jewelry & Home Use w/Hushang Tatar Clay Pots by Hand Building – For Kids (and adults) w/Frank Mariano Printing & Paper Making w/Joel Koos Landscape and Collage w/Earl Lehman ANYONE INTERESTED IN RESERVING SPACE AHEAD OF TIME – OR INTERESTED IN TEACHING A SKILL OR CLASS… Email:...read more
A Workshop by Joel Koos About Learning the Medium of Collagraph This is a Two-session course to explore the progressive technique of the Collagraph printmaking process. Collagraphy is a printmaking process in which materials are applied to a rigid substrate (such as cardboard or wood). The word is derived from the Greek word koll or kollo, meaning glue and graph, meaning the activity of drawing. Initially Students will be taught the process of making their own paper and the art of designing and constructing a collagraph plate. The students will create their plate from scratch using found materials that are glued onto a piece of mat-board. In the following class the student will develop a composition using the collagraph technique. The student will also be introduced to the various methods used to ink and print the collagraph plate. After the prints are completed the student will be shown how to effectively clean and store their plate for future use. Printing from Pieces is a workshop that allows students to work in an innovative print process where they can achieve an image that resembles intaglio etching without the dangers of acids and harsh chemicals. Leaving the class with editions of prints for their portfolio and a plate that can be re-inked and used in future artistic endeavors. Supplies List • Apron • Gloves (Latex or Plastic) • Paint Brushes (Various Sizes) • Texture Objects (Open Weave Fabrics, Leaves, Etc.) • Old...read more
A wide range of life models, with long and short poses. All skill levels are welcome – bring your favorite medium. Relaxed setting – all skill levels welcomed!read more
Learn the basics of watercolor in a Fun, supportive and creative environment. This class will teach you how to create unique works of art using techniques like wet-on-wet, dry brush, masking, lifting and color layering. Emphasis will be on meeting the artistic goals and improving the technical skills of each student. Students will be encouraged to watch, interact, and learn from each other. At the conclusion of each class, we will have a voluntary critique and art celebration.read more