Here’s a glimpse into the art scene of our contributing members. We hope you find something of interest to expand your creative thinking. 🙂
Art Chat – Sharing & Critiques
Art Chat is an AiA program for engaging the artist community. It offers an online/real-time way for artists to share ideas about their artistic techniques and individual progress as well as receiving and giving constructive critiques. Contributed by Jim Richards, Board Member
Fundamentals of Landscape Painting: Plein Air & Studio
August 7–9. Dive into the art of landscape painting in a 3-day workshop which will combine online group and one-on-one instruction. Scott Gellatly will discuss the fundamentals to create successful landscape paintings – from site selection, to composition and color-mixing. The workshop will be held online via Zoom, with presentations, live demos and group discussions. Contributed by Diane Trevett, Board Member
Plein Air Painting in Oregon Wine Country
August 24. Experience plein air painting in the heart of Oregon’s Wine Country! This one-day workshop by Scott Gellatly will immerse participants in the fundamentals of landscape painting – design, color and capturing a sense of place. Co-hosted with painter and winemaker, Clare Carver, this workshop will include on-site painting, lunch-time lecture demonstration, and wine tasting. This is the perfect one-day getaway. Contributed by Diane Trevett, Board Member
Elsinore Gallery 2020 Photography Show
July. AiA Member, Madeline Alpert, is among the photographers exhibiting at Elsinore Gallery’s 2nd Annual Photography Show. Some great new pieces from seven local photographers will be showcased online and in Gallery 444 throughout July. 444 Ferry St SE, Salem, OR
Soul Collage Gatherings – A Rich Combination of Art and Ceremony
SoulCollage® is a creative intuitive process of exploring your inner landscape and discovering the mysteries of your Soul by creating 5×8″ SoulCollage cards – visual reminders of who you really are, what you love and what you believe. No previous art experience required. Contributed by Glenda Goodrich (GG), Board Member
Art Department, Inc.
Art Department, Inc. stocks a huge selection of art supplies for the student to the professional artist and offers classes and workshops. Visit them online and at 254 Commercial Street NE in downtown Salem. They have been a long-time supporter of AiA thru the sponsorship of awards and much more. Thank you Art Dept.
Runaway Art & Craft Studio
Runaway Art & Craft Studio, 311 Commercial St NE, is a must-go-to for Salem’s creative spirits. They are a part of the creative downtown scene, offering supplies for and instruction in paper crafting, mixed media, memory arts, scrapbooking and related creative activities. AiA thanks Runaway for graciously displaying our boxes in their shop window during our Outside the Box annual fundraiser.
Willamette Art Center
Marnie Jeffers wanted everyone to know that the Willamette Art Center is hosting Family Sunday Clay Workshops via Zoom. She reports that she and husband and grandkids made dragons and it was great fun.