This practical and fun painting mentorship group is open to painters of levels, and will give you the knowledge to improve your work while learning the fundamentals of painting from an award-winning landscape painter.
Seventeen instructors and 47 workshops in one big historic building. With lunch!
Art Makers Denver continues its annual urban art retreat, right in our neck of the woods, presenting three days of innovative workshops in a variety of mediums for “creatives” worldwide. AMD’s faculty consists of instructors from all over the country, including some of Denver’s best artists and artisans.
We hold monthly meetings for members and friends of the Boulder Art Association. Meetings include networking, a short business meeting followed by an arts related presentation. In April we’re pleased to have world-class artist Randy Hale doing a watercolor demonstration. The meeting is free and open to the public!
For over 50 years the NCAR Community Art Program has presented art exhibitions by a range of regional artists at the NCAR Mesa Laboratory in Boulder, CO. Many of the artist featured in these art exhibitions are Boulder Art Association members including Betsy Cole, Xenia Sease and Diane Wood.
The exhibit space is in the expansive cafeteria within the NCAR laboratory building and is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on weekends and holidays.
We will review the jury process for the NCAR Community Art Program which occurs each spring for shows running from June through May of the following year.
The 2016 deadline for submitting artwork is April 11, 2016.
For more information, please contact:
Audrey Lewis, Community Art Program
Email Audrey through the contact page on the NCAR website
The Boulder Art Association is excited to have renowned artist, author, teacher and explorer, Jill Berry as our presenter at the February 2, 2016 meeting.
Jill K. Berry is a graphic designer, mixed-media artist and painter, teacher, maker of storytelling structures and author of 3 books.
After graduating with a degree in Design, she spent a year of graduate studies in Italy. Her work has been published in Somerset Studio, Letter Arts Review, Cloth Paper Scissors, Art Journaling magazine and many other books and publications. She has taught at three universities in Colorado as well as at several major art retreats. Jill K. Berry lives in Superior, CO.
This will be a hands on demonstration so feel free to bring anything you would like to incorporate into your work. Jill will furnish the basic materials: Paper, markers, glue sticks, colored pencils. You may want to bring your own scissors.