The Lana’i Art Center Presents a Watercolor Workshop “Painting Tropical Flowers” with Kathleen Alexander.
This is a two day Watercolor workshop (beginners welcome) where Kathleen will provide detailed instruction on how to paint a tropical flower from beginning to end.
It will be held at the LHES High School Art Classroom on Saturday and Sunday, January 21-22, 2017 from 9 AM-4 PM each day. Coffee and snacks will be provided.
Have fun learning watercolor techniques from a renowned teacher!
Cost of the two-day workshop is $200. Materials may be purchased from Kathleen at a cost of $40 (paint, paper, use of brushes, etc.) Discount pricing for LAC members!
For more information and to register, please click here.
LHS art teacher Lisa Galloway will host the winter sessions of “live” drawings. Amateur and experienced artists can gather together to draw people and/or objects that are “live” in front of them to improve their skills and create new artworks. Artists stand at easels and use a variety of paper and drawing materials like graphite, charcoal, and chalk pastels to draw a model or “still life” objects in front of them. A clothed model starts with many short poses then does a couple of long poses. After the model poses for 90 minutes, the artists may stay for up to 30 more minutes to finish their work and clean up.
Sessions will be held Thursdays, 4 – 6 PM, Jan 19, Jan 26, Feb 2, and Feb 9 at LHS art room T104.
If this is your first time, come to the first session 15 minutes early to talk with the instructor and get comfortable. Don’t expect to become an expert in a few hours, but do expect to see your abilities improve as you continue!
Cost is $20 for LAC members, $50 for non-members. All materials are included.
For more information, please contact the Art Center.
Starting this Wednesday, we will be conducting sessions on Basic Introduction to Working with Clay. This is a two session course that will cover making simple containers, hanging art, ornaments, preparing for firing in the kiln, glazing and all related aspects of making handmade pottery pieces. Learn about recognizing types of clay, how to keep clay workable for specific pieces, wedging, rolling, pinch pot, slab formation, coiling, use of tools, and more!
Ohe Kapala are bamboo stamps with intricate designs. These were used in ancient times to create repetitive patterns onto kapa. Using one stamp the artist could create hundreds of different designs. These designs played on both positive and negative space, creating patterns with even the unstamped portion of the design. Join us on Sat Oct 15 to make your own design. Bring your own fabric items or purchase at the workshop.