This 3 day Plein Air Workshop on May – 16,17,18 2016 allows students to learn the basics of the plein-air wet-on-wet technique of painting. Whether you are a budding artist still learning the basics, or an advanced painter, this is a unique opportunity to enhance your skills. Benefit from one on one attention and explore Oahu’s natural beauty. Lynne has exhibited her artwork internationally and is a Signature Member of Plein Air Painters of Hawaii. She has won several top awards in juried shows.
For additional information or to contact Lynne with questions, please go to Lynne’s website http://lynneboyer.com/workshops where you will find her contact info.
Dawn Yoshimura will be holding a Color Bridges workshop (similar to those she runs in Sweden) at the Nohea Gallery on March 19, 2016 from 9 to 11 am. Contact the gallery, email@example.com or (808) 596-0074 , to sign up and learn to create your own vibrant, meditative Color Bridge. Includes a Color Bridges coloring book with 30 original images.
Susan Rogers-Aregger will be holding a workshop for paper dyeing and collage. February 19 is color-dyeing day and February 22 – 24 are workshop days from 9:30 – 2:30 each day at Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens, Luluku Road, Kaneohe. Please contact Susan for further information as seen on the following graphics:
The Figure in Plein Aire for Oil Painters
WAG Members 2016 Workshop
William Zwick is well known in the arts community of Oahu; he the owner and principal instructor at Zwick Academy of Fine Art (ZAFA) in Honolulu. He is extremely accomplished in portraiture, figurative work, and landscape.
He will teach The Figure in Plein Aire for Oil Painters in our first workshop of 2016.
William Zwick will teach The Figure in Plein Aire for Oil Painters as a workshop over 4 consecutive Mondays sessions from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Feb 22, Feb 29 (it’s Leap Day!), March 7 and March 14, 2016.
Session 1 – Elements of figure drawing and painting at ZAFA Studio. Live model.
Session 2 – Elements of Landscape Painting from nature.
Session 3 – We will be working from a live model in a landscape setting.
Session 4 – Same as Session 3.
Participants should already have familiarity with the use of oil paints.
Materials list will be provided after registration.
The workshop is being offered to WAG members. You may renew or join, but you must be a member to participate.
HOW TO RESERVE A SPOT
Cost is $200.00. Participants should send a check for the full amount to:
Windward Artists Guild
1293 Maleko St,
Kailua, HI 96734
Deadline for registration is February 15, 2016.
The workshop is limited to a maximum of 10 participants, and will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Please write your check payable to “Windward Artists Guild”, and provide your name, phone number, and email address in order to receive updates and the supply list.
We anticipate this workshop will fill well before the deadline, but all checks must arrive by February 15.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
William Zwick runs and teaches at the Zwick Academy of Fine Arts (ZAFA) 1041 Maunakea Street, Honolulu. Please see zwickacademyoffinearts.com
The Artweek feature on the Star Advertiser just got a nice update. If you want to see what is going on throughout the art scene on all the islands, here it is. There’s a lot of listings! It’s a good page to bookmark for those of us who love art! I am adding it to the art links for easy access.
KAILUA ARTIST THOMAS DEIR
TO GIVE FREE WORKSHOP AT BEN FRANKLIN
Thomas Deir, who specializes in everything from tile murals to realism and abstract art, will give a free 2 hour workshop at Ben Franklin in Enchanted Lakes on Saturday, March 19 from Noon till 2:00.
HOW TO CREATE A PAINTING FROM SCRATCH
It will consist of planning an idea to a finished colored sketch and then to a painting. There will be no special tools needed, just a note book and a pencil to take notes.
Deir will be prepared do some demonstration of painting techniques as well. Feel free to ask questions along the way. Deir wants to help people express their ideas and show them how he does it. To see some of his work, go to www.ThomasDeir.com
It’s almost holiday time and WAG is celebrating in style. We have planned a beautiful catered party at Sherree’s courtyard on the beach. There will be live music and great company, gourmet food and an amazing ambiance. Please join us – if you are not a WAG member, you can join us and get year’s worth of access to exhibits, events, and workshops as well as helping to fund the charitable activities WAG performs every year. Educational grants and sponsorships of events that stimulate the arts in our local area are the focus of WAG’s efforts in the community. See the flyer for details. We hope to see you there!
Please note, you do not have to live on the windward side to be a WAG artist. We were founded on the windward side, and most of our educational grants are centered here, but if you are on Oahu and want to participate, we welcome you!
The Association of Hawaii Artists (AHA) announces its Fourth Annual Miniature Show opening November 2 through November 28 at the Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden, Visitor Center Gallery, 45-680 Luluku Road, Kaneohe, HI. Exhibit hours are daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The public is invited to the opening reception on Saturday, November 14, 4-6 p.m. All artwork is 8×10 inches (without frame) or smaller and will be available for purchase.
Juror James Goodman is an Associate Professor of Art and Dean of Arts and Sciences, Leeward Community College.
Warren Stenberg will be the curator.
Linda Umstead will be chair of the show.
With October almost over, it’s the perfect time to plan a visit to the exhibit if you have not seen it yet. The show is up until October 30, 2015, at the Gallery at Ho’omaluhia Botanical Gardens (45-680 Luluku Road, Kaneohe). The gallery is open daily from 9 AM – 4 PM, and entry into the gallery and garden is free.
The reception and awards were presented on the evening of Friday, October 9, 2015. I am finally posting a recap with photos of the reception.
First, the awards for this exhibit were as follows:
First Place: Linh Tang
Second Place: Davilla Harding
Third Place: Warren Stenberg
Honorable Mentions: Dorothy Brennan, K Armstrong
Congratulations to all our excellent winners! The work was of a particularly high caliber this year. Thank you to William Zwick, the curator, for helping jury and hang the show.
The board members were all present except for President Carol Moore.
Thanks to everyone who attended the reception. Thanks also to everyone who visits the show throughout October, and particularly to those who have purchased works from the show. We appreciate your support of the arts in our community!