A Window to Perception

Learn How to Draw

Instructor: Cheryl Hahn

Sat & Sun, July 6 & 7, 2019

9 am-4 pm

Members* $153  Non-members $170; $10 materials fee included in price

Registration Closes June 22nd

In this workshop participants will learn how to use their basic tool-the miracle of a pencil! As well as “weight” of lines, both thick and thin. Participants will also look at the contour of objects and perceiving the basic shapes of objects, scale, and composition, and adding volume—the art of shading—perceiving light and dark. Participants will be working on drawing a still life.

Cheryl H. Hahn is a Central Washington artist who creates abstract mixed media works typified by intense color and texture. The artist holds an MFA degree from Southern Illinois University and completed post-graduate work at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., Wisconsin, Virginia, and Shenzhen, China. Her work is included in numerous private and public collections. Hahn’s artistic output including paintings, sculpture, and installations combines a symbolic abstraction that embraces elements of nature, science, language, and metaphysics. Her work embraces a universe that is always in motion; a world where organic forms resonate with energy, vibration, and repetition.

The workshop is from 9 am to 4 pm in the Larson Gallery with a lunch break. Class size limited to 25. Materials list provided on registration.

*For the member discount, you must be a Guild member at the Supporter ($40) level and above.


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Landscapes & Seascapes

Watercolor

Instructor: Jacqueline Trujillo

Sat & Sun, July 13 & 14, 2019

9 am-4 pm

Members* $162  Non-members $180; $20 materials fee included in price

Registration Closes June 29th

We will start the class by going over the basics of watercolor. Participants will get the opportunity to start experimenting with the expressive nature of watercolor as well as its versatility. After exploring the abilities and building a skill set, we will strive for a finished product: landscape or seascape. The skills built in the first part of the workshop will allow for a complex palette and successful application.

Jacqueline Trujillo received a BA in Art at Southern Utah University and a Master of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing at Central Washington University. She currently teaches at CWU as an adjunct professor of drawing, painting and art appreciation. She also teaches at   Gallery One in Ellensburg as a community art teacher and an instructor for the art after school program. Jaqueline has had the opportunity to showcase her artwork in several places in WA, UT, and SD. Her work includes drawing, painting, and printmaking. Her current body of work is fueled by memory and it’s precarious nature.

The workshop is from 9 am to 4 pm in the Larson Gallery with a lunch break. Class size limited to 25. Materials list provided on registration.

*For the member discount, you must be a Guild member at the Supporter ($40) level and above.


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Mixing It Up!

Mixed Media

Instructor: T.A. Harris

Sat & Sun, July 20 & 21, 2019

9 am-4 pm

Members* $166.50  Non-members  $185; $25 materials fee included in price

Registration Closes July 6th

A two-day hands-on workshop outlining and working with a variety of materials and surfaces to create unique artworks. Participants will work with pastels, water media (watercolor & acrylic), color pencils, graphite, wax, and alkyd/oil paint. Paper, canvas, and panel materials will be covered.

T.A. Harris moved to Yakima six years ago from Seattle in pursuit of sun and less traffic. He has an MFA in photography, however, began his career as a painter, which he continues to follow and is devoted to full time. He has taken numerous awards for both photography and painting. He taught at the Art Institute of Seattle for 25 years and has taught workshops in painting and photography in his studio.

The workshop is from 9 am to 4 pm in the Larson Gallery with a lunch break. Class size limited to 25. Materials list provided on registration.

*For the member discount, you must be a Guild member at the Supporter ($40) level and above.


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Journal/Books as Companions: A Portable Record

Journaling/Book Binding

Instructor: Joan CawleyCrane

Sat & Sun, July 26 & 27;

9 am-4 pm

Registration Closes July 13th

Keeping a journal of any sort is a highly personal experience. How can you expand, enhance, and build on your existing object/practice for a mere meaningful tool for you?

This is both hands-on & idea based portable reality. Life, seasons, elements both internal and external-how can we record/track the important/mundane? The workshop is tailored to students’ interests while building a variety of samples to develop new paths to explore.

Joan CawleyCrane is an artist/educator, living in “The Heart of Washington” aka Ellensburg. She teaches art at CWU, is an arts advocate, who draws and writes daily, is a book artist. She is a maker—from photos to fibers and more.

The workshop is from 9 am to 4 pm in the Larson Gallery with a lunch break. Class size limited to 25. Materials list provided on registration.

*For the member discount, you must be a Guild member at the Supporter ($40) level and above.


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