Contributed by Cindy Sagawa
Students were challenged to find a famous painting they could re-create, using found items at home. They could be in the “painting” or have a family member be part of the composition. It could be any choice of painting, landscape, still life, portrait. They were to consider the details of the painting and how the composition was laid out.
Your Art Center Gallery has reopened its doors! We are open daily from 10:00-4:00. We are so looking forward to seeing your beautifully masked faces again!! Happy Holidays! Let’s ring in the New Year with New Art and pick up some New Hobbies! Membership is easy and just $35/individual and $60/household up to FOUR! Access to ceramics, the woodshop, LAVA and more classes as they come up; including Glassblowing classes just ’round the corner! See ya soon!
We are very pleased that master ceramicist Jack Iizuka will visit our studio on Tuesday March 20 for informal demonstrations and discussion. Jack will be here on island for one day only. Born in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, Iizuka is a master at the sgraffito technique, which involves the etching and carving of intricate designs into ceramic surfaces. He holds a master’s degree in ceramics from California State University and a bachelor’s degree in art from Loma Linda University. Jack will be in the ceramics studio around 10:30 until early afternoon followed by pot luck. Stop by for inspiration and amazement!