Join us this week on Zoom! Free & open to all.
Lightness Using Pastels
Instructor: Lisa Arnold
Tuesday, May 26 2:00 pmPastels can offer a wide range of variety – one can seek and achieve translucent qualities as well as create bold blending of color as well. One of the more modest of mediums, artists can really enjoy color exploration using very forgiving strokes, blends and feathering and more. Demos and an “assignment” will be given during the first session. This second session will consist of a “critique” about the assignment from the May 19th session, and short demos about color and techniques. Even if you miss the first session, you are welcome to join as an observer and learn!Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 984 0380 3853
GAC Staff: Maureen Belden, GAC Executive Director
May 27, 02:00 PMJoin Maureen Belden, GAC Executive Director, to share experiences about how we are coping during the shutdown and finding creative experiences. What have you done to stay creative? What is your plan moving forward? What has been the highs and lows of your creative experience while at home? Feel free to share or just to listen. We miss everyone and it’s always nice to see familiar – and new! – faces on the Zoom screen.Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 945 4402 3500
with GAC instructor Justin Gerace
Thursday May, 28 12:00pm -1:00pm The handless cup form has many shapes and sizes as well as decorative surfaces. This timeless form has its tradition rooted in Chinese and Japanese tea ceremony wares, yet many potters in the west have developed their own vocabulary on such a classical utilitarian form. Join Justin Gerace on Thursday May 21st from 12:00pm -1:00pm for a live zoom potters wheel demonstration on how to make and decorate a wide variety of handless drinking vessels. Justin will demonstrate how to construct, shape, design and decorate various interpretations of the handless cup directly on the potters wheel. Come learn, enjoy and have fun!Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 977 3069 9132
Please Support Ongoing Activities
We are providing free interactive sessions while we are shut down. This allows us to provide instructors some financial support, as well as remaining connected to you, our community. If you’re able, please donate to this effort so that we can continue to make art together. Thank you!
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