The Art Center believes in the power of Art during these challenging times! Many people are turning to art during the Covid-19 pandemic as a way to manage both their time and anxieties. Finding time to ignite a new art practice or find time to tend to your current one is a beautiful way to focus one’s attention away from worry. We are committed to providing art for the community and to supporting our artists and students.
We want to do our best to continue to offer the best education that we can. We are working with our instructors to create new online classes for you to learn from the comfort of your own home! Our offerings will be given through Zoom via computer, tablet, or phone. Our goal is to keep the materials as simple as the processes can allow. If you are needing to buy more materials, Oregon Art Supply is doing curbside pick up. Please visit their website for more information, www.oregonartsupply.com
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Michelangelo and Modigliani famously preferred sculpture to painting, although both artists excelled at painting. Sculpture is fun and exciting, and our world has no shortage of materials available for use in the exploration and development of 3 dimensional art. In this Developing Voices class, we will examine artists who use a variety of materials beyond the 2 dimensional, in addition to covering concepts, techniques, and approaches to creating and exhibiting three dimensional art. This dynamic class will have guest speakers, slide presentations, and in class activities designed to get you thinking about art as a material measure of the world we live in.
1. Eva Hesse-Soft Form
2. Tantrums: Karel Appel
3. Quiet Trickster-The Masks of Bill Rutherford
4. Marisol Escobar-Wooden Pop Magic
5. Basquiat-The Joy of Form
6. Judith Scott-Entwined