Showcase Art Center
1335 Eighth Avenue
Greeley, Colorado
970-356-8593

 

Classes


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Classes at Showcase Art Center 

 
Runs art classes by the month.  To find out what is available, call the Showcase at

970-356-8593 or email colette@colettepitcher.com for class schedule.  

Colette Pitcher
 

 


Sketching and painting with Judith Angell Meyer

Classes are on Fridays at 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Greeley Senior Activities Center

The Fall class of 2015 will start Friday, September 11, 2015 - through - November 13, 2015 @ 9:00 a.m.

For more information, call (Judith Meyer) 970-356-1742 or e-mail Judith at: fortmeyer@aol.com


Class size limited - For additional information, call the Senior Center at 970.350.9440


The Greeley Art Association is featuring Marcy Trahan's 
"Photographing Your Art for Digital Submission"


~Click here to go to her demo~

"This is a large file and will load slowly. Please be patient, it's worth it."


 

Learning Opportunities On-Line

Wet Canvas - www.wetcanvas.com is a forum on the Internet for visual artists. Members can post in the forums, start or join new art projects, read hundreds of art lessons, participate in and learn from critiques, access thousands of reference photos for artwork, and read about art selling tools. The basic membership is free.

Painter's Keys - www.painterskeys.com is a web site hosted by artist Robert Genn, and membership is also free. There is opportunity to sign up for the free twice weekly newsletter, view artist demo videos and other resources. For a fee, artists can be a part of the virtual gallery and sell their work through this web site, or advertise art shows, workshops and studio openings. Members can find out about the shows and workshops free on the site.

Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute -http://www.si.edu/mci/index.html  is the web site of the Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute. This is a great site for those who love technical stuff and have a desire to learn about conservation of art materials. I went there to look up the pros and cons of varnishing an acrylic painting, and learned some very useful information. It is a treasure trove of interesting topics, for anyone interested in going deeper into the technical and physico-chemical aspects of our work.

 

 

 

 


Greeley Art Association - 2015