|Sun Beam Tracker 8.25x7.75 Watercolor|
I'll be at the Thousand Oaks Art Festival this Saturday & Sunday, from 10-5:00pm in booth #32. This is the first time I've exhibited at this show, located on the lawn in front of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza and The Lakes. Grab a friend, stroll the art, and then head to The Lakes for lunch.
|The Lakes at Thousand Oaks Plaza|
|Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza|
On Saturday night, I'm exhibiting with 60 painters, jewelers and potters at the home and garden of Marty & leah Sklar for the 25th Annual Ryman Affair of the Art. This show is a fundraiser to benefit the Ryman Program, which offers free weekend studio classes to 500 talented high school students in Los Angeles every year, with a goal to coach & steward them into a career in the arts. You can view the list of artists and the artwork, and you can purchase tickets to this wonderful exhibit here.
See you this weekend!
|Saturday Night, September 20th at the home and garden of Marty & Leah Sklar|
Tickets can be purchased here.
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Learning to draw by memorizing information or working with methods robs the student of drawing's inherent joy and leads to what I would describe as academic training. This type of drawing contains some of the appearances of good draughtsmanship without its real beauty. Drawing correctly feels and looks vastly different from drawing beautifully. Correct drawing is stiff, whereas beautiful drawing is lively. Instead of working so hard, the student should take a deep breath, relax and experience the joy of drawing first. ~Sherrie McGraw