Watercolor Class Starts Friday, Final Edition of Print Newsletter, Living Wreath Workshop, and more
If you've been putting off joining the Friday watercolor class with Kathryn Duncan, this is going to be your last chance in 2021, so sign up today: https://www.coronaartassociation.org/bookings-checkout/watercolor-painting-red
Class meets October 29, November 5, and November 19
Dive into an exciting world of color painting with watercolors! Teaching artist, Kathryn Duncan, will guide you through structured lessons in our small gallery classroom. Each session is 3 weeks long and will explore one position on the color wheel with lessons including: -Get to know your pigments - Color mixing, granulation, transparency, etc. - Glazing the same color for intensity - Analogous and Complementary color relationships - Mixed Media Exploration
Kathryn uses professional QoR watercolor and papers, all provided, unless students wish to keep everything in a sketchbook. They can bring one or purchase one from the instructor. Questions? Contact Kathryn Duncan at (626) 823-8731 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We received nearly 3 dozen entries into our Autumn Haunt 2021 Virtual Art Challenge. If you missed it this year, mark your calendars now for mid-October 2022! We've been posting the wonderful spooky entries on social media all week and are now ready to unveil the website gallery here: https://www.coronaartassociation.org/autumn-haunt-virtual-2021 Please visit and show some love for our local artists of all age!
We hope you will enjoy the last print-format version of the bimonthly "Palette" newsletter, which will be going into the postal mail to CAA members as soon as we get it back from the printer. The PDF of the newsletter is located here along with the past 2 years of newsletters: https://www.coronaartassociation.org/newsletters
Going forward, the "Palette" will continue to exist in the form of this blog, which is (usually) published every Wednesday. We encourage you to check our main Events page and/or Calendar to see all that is coming up and follow us @CoronaArtAssociation on Facebook and Instagram where you can LIKE, COMMENT, AND SHARE our posts!
We're kicking off a full schedule of Holiday art activities on Friday, Nov. 5 at 3pm with a workshop making a Living Wreath from Rosemary and Succulents
Cost is just $20.
Artist and gardener, Lani Britain, will lead you in the creation of a wreath made from fresh rosemary and living succulents harvested from her own garden. Participants should bring their own wired ribbons and decorations if desired.
CAA Members: Please remember to complete your Voting and 2022 Survey and fill out your volunteer hours for gallery sitting that were emailed to you recently! Thanks! xx
We have a variety of Fall and Halloween (and all occasions!) hand-made art and jewelry in our Gallery Gift Shop! Business hours are 12-4pm, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, excluding most holidays. You can browse before you come in or buy online: https://www.coronaartassociation.org/gallery-shop
🖌 Adult (16+) painting and drawing with Mary Lou Wallace occurs every Monday from 3:30-5:30pm. Cost is $60 for 4 sessions. To sign up, go to: https://www.coronaartassociation.org/bookings-checkout/painting-and-drawing-for-adults
🖼 We offer custom mat cutting to members and the public at very competitive pricing! Check out the info on our website: https://www.coronaartassociation.org/mat-cutting
😎 Member Mingle is on Sundays in the Gallery. Paid CAA members are welcome to mingle in the Gallery on Sundays. Bring your paints, art projects, or other leisure activities, and enjoy some quality social time while you create and relax with other CAA members. **Excludes Take-In and Workshop days.**
🍁 The "Awesome Autumn" Art Show was hung, judged and winners awarded. Check out all the entries in the gallery now through mid-November. The online Winners Wall can be viewed here: https://www.coronaartassociation.org/current-art-exhibit-winners
Art happens here!
The Corona Art Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community arts organization that has been serving the artistic needs of our communities since your participation in our events and donations help us to continue to support visual arts education and enjoyment for free or low-cost to residents of all ages and abilities. Thank you.