The Abiquiu Workshops
These creative workshops for artists and writers are located about an hour north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The undulating mountains, high-desert mesas, and stunning red rock buttes of Northern New Mexico touched Georgia O’Keeffe more than any other landscape and inspired some of her greatest paintings.
It is here, in the heart of one of the world’s most spectacular landscapes, where Abiquiu Workshops offers 5-day workshops/retreats for artists and writers. Led by nationally-renowned artist-instructors, Abiquiu Workshops offers workshops in writing, photography, painting, and sculpture. Instruction is designed for advanced amateurs to emerging and professional artists who want to develop and expand their technical skills in a diverse array of literary and visual arts. Workshop options are as varied as the terrain: from sculpting large stone and intuitive painting in your favorite medium (oils, pastels, watercolor or acrylic) to digital photography workshops, including one that takes participants into nearby canyons to erect a personal shrine sculpture made from rocks and other natural materials and documenting the process through photos.
Call us at 505.685.0921 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Srebnik Art Academy Secrets from the Masters:
Classes & Workshops Painting portraits, clothed and costumed figures, dancers, nudes, children, people outdoors, street scenes, landscapes and gardens; plus anatomy and composition are taught at Craig Srebnik’s new academy in Santa Fe. Classes and workshops are offered for beginners through professional artists. Painting street scenes, landscapes and gardens are also taught at his Paris, France workshop each September. Instruction includes â€œsecretsâ€ used by Classical through contemporary painting Masters; establishing the composition, light and dark masses; the structure and proportions of the head and figure; selecting and mixing colors on the palette; layering and blending naturalistic skin tones on the canvas; expressing the warm, cool and neutral variations, and the transparency of the flesh; suggesting background elements; capturing Impressionistic color, light and atmospheric effects; alla prima brush and palette knife techniques; and helpful studio tips. Free painting demonstrations are scheduled at Artisan stores and the Academy. Please call or visit the website for dates and more information: Srebnik Art Academy Turquoise Trail Business Park 17 Bisbee Court, Building 3-H Santa Fe, NM 87508 505-990-6417, www.csfineart.com
Srebnik’s artwork has earned twenty-six national awards, including the Award of Excellence from the Oil Painters of America and the President’s Award from the American Impressionist Society; has appeared in the leading American art magazines, museum exhibitions, and galleries throughout the United States and in Europe. Currently teaching at his Santa Fe art academy and in Paris, Srebnik has conducted art workshops at seventeen art schools and colleges.
Santa Fe Artist Guild
We are creating a member based facet to the Santa Fe School of Art called the Santa Fe Artist Guild. One of the goals is to provide the members with a professional network that offers them opportunities for showing their art work in a variety of community- based venues. Other benefits will provide members with a lecture series, timely information on art events and activities in the area, grant information, member-artists’ web site links on the SFAG web site, discounts on the school’s classes, and discounts for retail art materials purchases. For more info or to volunteer your help, please email me at: email@example.com
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Cloudcroft Art Workshops: Summer 2013 Schedule
Create among the cool pines of the quaint village of Cloudcroft, NM. For additional information about each workshop and about registration, including how to save on workshop tuition, visit our website at www.CloudcroftArt.com or contact Ann at (575)439-9785 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request a brochure.
|DATE||Instructor & Medium|
|June 3-7||Ken Hosmer – Oil
Kristy Kutch – Colored Pencil
|June 10-14||Birgit O’Connor – Watercolor|
|June 17-21||Joe DiGiulio – Abstract Acrylic
Sharon DiGiulio – Collage
|June 24-28||David Barranti – Motivational Drawing|
|July 8-12||Don Andrews – Watercolor|
|July 15-19||Alan Flattmann – Pastel / Oil
Cathy McAnally Lubke – Mixed Media
|July 22-26||Robert Burridge – Acrylics|
|July 29-Aug 2||JoBeth Gilliam – Watercolor|
|August 5-9||Bob Rohm – Pastel / Oil|
|August 12-16||Jan Hart – Watercolor|
Santa Fe Creative Tourism
Make your visit fun and meaningful by getting to know the city’s art, culture, history, heritage and people. Workshops, classes and experiences taught by local community members in vibrant artists’ studios and other settings make a Santa Fe visit all the more memorable. Visit our web site: www.santafecreativetourism.org/
Art Mentoring for Artistic Growth
Ada Medina offers private individual art mentoring for new and experienced visual artists working in varied art forms and artistic directions. Medina’s art mentoring focuses on artistic growth, change, and renewal. She is an active, exhibiting artist. MFA, plus extensive university teaching experience with undergraduates and graduates. Recipient of national art fellowships and grants, including NEA and Pollock-Krasner. For more information, contact Ada Medina at 505-820-2879 | email@example.com
Call for Artists
Santa Fe ArtWorld is a growing online community developed by artists for artists which not only posts select artists on its virtual gallery/artist guide, but markets their work as well to over 500 Galleries, Interior Designers, Collectors, and other professionals through out the art world.
We are currently accepting submissions in all mediums. Please visit our new site at www.SantaFeArtWorld.com. Artists are invited to submit 4 jpegs to SFAWartists2@aol.com for consideration as artist within our community. Artists will be jurored in.
ASTM – American Society for Testing & Materials
CPSA – Colored Pencil Society of American
IAPS - International Association of Pastel Societies
NAEA – National Art Education Association
NAMTA – National Art Materials Trade Association
OPA – Oil Painters of America
TSOPA – Taos Society of Portrait Artists
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