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During the two-hour class, participants will sketch Garland neighborhood landmarks while learning to sketch on location and add color with watercolors, colored pencils or markers.
The event will double as a preview of the school’s annual ornament and small works show, which runs Nov. 9 through Dec. 22.
Second annual art party will help support the Spokane Art School, which celebrates five decades next month.
Artists will live draw whatever monstrous beasts they can come up with, an the works will be sold off. A silent auction, no-host food and drink and musis also are on the menu Friday.
Juried show at the Garland District Spokane Art School Gallery features watercolors from 12 top regional artists including Tom Quinn, Joe Guarisco, Karen Mobley and up-and-comer Megan Perkins.
The paintings look like illustrations for a children’s book. And as Ric Gendron painted, his grandchildren were sitting around him, telling stories about what they thought he was painting. No one wrote down their stories, but now a new group of children will have the chance to write their own.
Spokane Art School exhibit documents how local murals are created, from conception to completion.
Works by Joseph Tomlinson at Spokane Art School Gallery.
Among the regions best printmakers set up shop in the Garland District.
Handmade Ornament Show What: Spokane Art School’s annual benefit features ornaments by local artists crafted from wire, paper, beads, glass, feathers and found objects.
New at Yuletide, the annual fine arts and crafts fair that starts today: Hats. But they’re not just hats, said the Spokane Art School’s office manager, Jodi Davis, who’s running the show. They’re hand-felted hats of art.
The Spokane Art School is getting a permanent home – the space occupied by the Tinman Gallery in north Spokane.
Patti Reiko Osebold is fascinated by paper’s versatility and texture, its beauty and simplicity. “It started with the crane, my first paper crane,” she said. “It inspired me.”
If art changes the world, then the world changes art, too – including the stuff it’s made of as well as the way we learn to make it. When the Spokane Art School closed its doors in 2008, selling its downtown building and putting the money it had left into an endowment fund, it cited dwindling federal and state support for the arts. Enrollment in the school’s classes was down, too, according to reports at the time.
Yuletide 2010 What: The Spokane Art School’s traditional holiday festival of fine arts and crafts returns after a two-year absence following the sale of the former art school building in 2008. Look for works by 20 area artists including Mari Anne Figgins (“Sleigh Driving School,” right) and Kris Howell (“Moonbeam Juggler”). Proceeds support Spokane Art School educational programs.
Cary Elwes of “Princess Bride” fame is in town as one of the stars of “Camilla Dickinson,” the movie based on the Madeleine L’Engle young adult novel that’s being filmed in Spokane. The cast also includes Adelaide Clemens (“X Men Origins: Wolverine”) as the young title character and Gregg Sulkin (“Wizards of Waverly Place”) as the boy who comes into her life.