We hold Open Studio on the fourth Monday of each month from
Instructor Lead Classes
$15/class for Guild members
$20/class for non-Guild members.
If it is your first class with us, the cost is $10.00.
April 23rd from 6 PM to 8:30 PM
Bonnie Moore will be teaching watercolor painting a bluebird with some pink blossoms.
Tracer Pattern for Class.pdf
Kleenex (no colors or lotions)
Old hand towel
300# Arches brand or Kilamanjaro watercolor paper
Watercolor brushes (If you don't have watercolor brushes and want something inexpensive for this workshop, Crayola brand has a set of 3 rounds or different sizes. These are in the childrens arts and crafts area in Fred Meyer stores)
Paints: In the same area you can buy Crayola brand dual watercolor set. These are actually really pretty paints.
If you want professional grade paints, these are the ones that I will be using:
Winsor Newton brand... Winsor Yellow or any yellow with a PY154 number on the tube.
Winsor Newton brand... Quinacridone Red, or any red with the # PR209 on the tube.
Holbein brand....Cobalt Blue Hue, or any blue with the #PB15 on the tube.
Bonnie grew up in Eastern Oregon in a logging and ranching community. Her parents taught her a great love and appreciation of God's creation.
She gains inspiration for her watercolor paintings while hiking and snowshoeing.
Bonnie has been painting watercolors for 12 years. She is an active member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon. She is also a member of the Three Rivers Artist Guild and the North Clackamas Artist Guild.
"Painting watercolors feeds a part of my soul!"
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Our Current Classes
May 7, 14 & 21 from 10:00am to 2:00pm
John Halvorson will be teaching "Having Fun with Collage"
You will be learning the art of using papers with a creative flare. You will be shown the techniques and types of collage works. Mediums are papers, acrylics, watercolors, crayons, pencils, etc.
Supplies needed; supports: 300 watercolor/matt boards/cardboard/canvas boards, etc.
Glues: matte medium, Elmer’s, acrylic gels or craft glue (your choice) and glue sticks.
Tools needed: sharp scissors, X-acto knife (cutting utensil).
Misc.: Flat bristle brush (old or used) for gluing, small plastic container for glue, roller, sponge and paper towels.
Bring: papers, acrylics, watercolors, crayons, pencils…. anything that you may want to use to enhance your project.
John is a retired landscape contractor. His paintings reflect the American landscape and seascapes in the traditional as well as abstract and contemporary.
John’s mediums of choice are: acrylic, oil, pastels, as well as exploring collage.
John has been included in numerous exhibits and has won best of show and many first place awards.