Sunday, November 27, 2016

newsletters

Art Lady confidential
Using Reference Images, Part 1
studio accidents 
Jamie Kalvestran

austin kleon
low hanging fruit
embrace
this year is killing us


Balzer Designs
Turkey screenprints
15 minutes of mixed media with rae missigman

Drawing + Hand
Interior sketch one point perspective 
Three Pear illustration

Gurney Journey
Painting amid chaos 
casein questions 
casein week day one 
SciVizNYC 2016 
caricature iterations 
advertising art 
new tools let you edit and invent spoken words 
strange light at the tire place 
casein painting in the wild 
Fortunino matania 
Robert Henri 
terrapattern
sharing art on social media 
solar flare underpainting 
how Mel birnkrant saved classic mickey 
painting without an underdrawing 

Nancy Macdonald
biography

The Painter's keys
elements of form
lunar artist 
dream factory 
an artist's rifle 
depicting greatness

Pamela Ruschman
Everyday life at Cedarburg Art Museum

Plein Air Today
Supermoon
Fall in Los Angeles 
Washington State's national park show
Fort Meyers Beach 
Reduce Frustration
Careful drawing with a twist
Roos Schuring PleinAir Podcast #31 
Bellingham WA 
Grand Canyo Celebration of Art 9/9-17/17 
didn't hear that lonesome whistle blowing
When a community really wants a plein air event
new mexico 
nasa telescope 
key historical painting
Local food and area landscapes
communicating quietness 
next plein air magazine highlights
michigan seasons
plan now for big urban sketcher event in chicago July 26-29
chicago cubs


Proko
Drawing Supplies


Richard Robinson
Your free lesson to still life painting

Shelly Beauch
Zendala
Keeko

The Sketchbook Project
Help pick the best prints for the holidays

Tim C. Taylor
Red Shirt Application

urban sketchers midwest
lawrence

Friday, November 25, 2016

Richfield Art Field 7/22/17

from:

Richfield Art Fair <artfairrhs@gmail.com>
to:Richfield Historical Society

    
Art at the Mill has been in existence for 9 years. it is a juried art & fine craft fair to be held on July 22, 2017.  The fair is held outside nestled among the trees and surrounded by historical buildings in the beautiful Richfield Nature/Historical Park (Washington County - Wisconsin.) Would you be interested in applying?

Amenities for exhibiting artists:
  • Ample space between booths
  • Easy pull-up for unloading
  • Reasonable $55 booth fee (before or on 4-1-17) or $65 (between 4-2-17 and 7-1-2017)
  • Low jury fee of $10 (waived for returning artists)
  • Booth reliever
  • Free coffee/pastries during setup time
  • Tickets for tour of historic buildings located in the park
  • Friendly staff
The quality of our fair is very important. The number of like exhibitors will be limited to assure a good balance and variety.  (For example, the number of jewelry exhibitors will be capped at seven and six jewelry artists have already been accepted. So, apply early for your best chance of being selected.)  


Advertising is also very critical for art fairs.  This event will be widely advertised in print, broadcast & social media and promoted through many local businesses. We want to reach as many potential attendees as possible. Free admission to the fair and the extra benefit of being able to tour historic buildings are attractive factors.

An application form and guidelines are attached and also available at: www.richfieldhistoricalsociety.org.
(Home Page under Upcoming Events, July 22, 2017 -- Art at the Mill).  Feel free to call or e-mail with any questions.

Happy Thanksgiving

Lois Hessenauer, Chairperson
Richfield Historical Society
www.richfieldhistoricalsociety




Thursday, November 24, 2016

Richeson annaul After Thanksgiving Warehouse sale

from:

Richeson School of Art & Gallery <artschool@richesonart.com> via richesonart.ccsend.com 
reply-to:artschool@richesonart.com

Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours. Richeson School of Art & Gallery will be closed on Thursday, November 24th so staff can spend the holiday with their families. 

We will open at 7am on Friday, November 26th for our annual warehouse blowout sale!

 Annual After - Thanksgiving Warehouse 
Blow - Out Sale
Friday, November 25th         7:00a-5:00p
Saturday, November 26th     9:00a-4:00p
 
 
We will have coffee, hot apple cider and cookies to snack on while you shop! 


Richeson School of Art & Gallery 

Located just off Hwy 441 and E. College Avenue in the Kimberly Industrial Park.






Re-loadable Gift Cards Available
See you on November 25th & November 26th!
Richeson School of Art & Gallery
557 Marcella St. Kimberly, WI 54136

WIPAPA Open Paint 11/26

from:

WIPAPA <mricl4hlth.aol.com@send.mailchimpapp.com> via mail20.atl71.mcdlv.net 
reply-to:mricl4hlth@aol.com

Hey you guys!

Time for the annual gathering at the Thompson Home November 26th...Saturday after Thanksgiving. As always we will begin at 8AM.
I will put on some coffee so you can stop in if you wish or simply go out to paint. Door will be open for the bathroom.

All are welcome!

We will gather for lunch and critique at 12:30.
I will provide a large pot of soup!
Please bring some bread, fruit, salad or dessert to share. 


Address: N1289 State Rd 67
8 miles north of Oconomowoc
5 miles south of Neosho
Coming out of Oconomowoc it is the first driveway on the left past hwy EE

Please park on the frontage road by St John's Church!

Friday, November 18, 2016

ceramics class at Sharon Lynn Wilson Center Monday nights

From: "Irene Angeles" <iangeles@wi.rr.com>
Date: November 15, 2016 at 10:21:51 PM CST
To: "Arthur Bartkowiak" <artbartkowiak@gmail.com>
Subject: please pass this along
Hi Art, please pass the following along:
 
Please let the members know that I am teaching a ceramics class at The Sharon Lynn Wilson Center on Monday nights starting this coming Monday (it actually had one session already, but the class price is prorated for the missed session). We are focusing on wheel throwing and will be doing some hand building. Small class size so lots of individual attention! They can call 262-373-5023 to register or 262-367-4292 (Landline so please don’t text) with any questions.
 
I can be reached at iangeles@wi.rr.com if they are interested in private lessons in drawing, polymer clay jewelry, or painting in any medium beginning in January. Please contact me for tuition costs.
 
Thanks much! Happy Thanksgiving one and all! J
 
Warm regards,
Irene Angeles