2022-2023 SCHEDULE OF PRESENTERS:

September 20 – Presentation and painting demo by Stan Kurth

 

 

“Artist and workshop instructor Stan Kurth has drawn and painted most of his life. An aunt, who was an artist and art instructor, became a big influence even before he began school. Stan lives with the conviction of “fear not” and that same attitude permeates not just his life but his art. His focus and dedication to his work have earned him signature member status in several watercolor societies including the National Watercolor Society, San Diego Watercolor Society and the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies – Master. He currently lives in Arizona.”

 

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October 18 -Digital Effectiveness Presentation by Tess Mosko Scherer

November 15 -Lecture and Presentation by Professor Tomi Johnston 

January 17 -Portrait painting demo by Jerry Salinas

February 21 -John Erwin watercolor painting demo

March 21 -Scholarship recipients presentation

April 18 -Gingher Leyendecker-Figure Drawing demo

 

Dr. Gingher Leyendecker has been teaching Life Drawing and Art Anatomy for 23 years at Mesa Community College, and has been the Chair of the Art Department for six years. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Painting and Drawing from New Mexico State University, a Master’s degree in Painting from Arizona State University, and a Ph.D. in Education with a focus on Cognitive Development of Adults from Walden University. Leyendecker believes that skill development for artists is crucial in order to realize conceptual ideas in their work. Beginning classes in life drawing focus on anatomy, structure, proportion, mass, value, line quality, composition, and movement. Once students understand these basics, they are ready to ask themselves what they want to say with the skills they have developed.  This demonstration will focus on dealing with foreshortening when drawing the figure in order to create a believable and dynamic pose.

 

 

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May 16 -Cynthia Peterson-Oil Painting on Glass presentation
 
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