at Riley Art Supply, Maxwell Court, Santa Rosa
DONNA's e-mail address is on the HOME PAGE OF THIS SITE........ Contact Donna anytime.
ONGOING workshops (S.R.J.C. Community Ed one day classes through Santa Rosa Junior College Community Education ( http://communityed.santarosa.edu or 707-527-4372. Community Ed catalog available.
Also weekly classes are held at Riley Art Supply store:
"Alla Prima Spirited Landscape and Still Life" Oil and Acrylic Classes held at Riley Street, Maxwell Ct., Santa Rosa, Wednesdays, 1-3 pm. $125.00 per 4 week month. 8 students maximum.(There are also opportunities to occasionally be a "fill in" student to try out the class). ONGOING CLASSES. Alla Prima is an Italian word for painting "Wet into Wet'' in one to two session.This is a fun class to learn simplicity and spontaneous painting. Each month I coordinate a specific lesson, such as finding your style, color mixing, values, composition, etc. with demos and one on one help. You will learn the steps to begin and complete a painting. These are informative and fun classes with steps to create a still-life painting using medium of your choice; watercolor, traditional oil or water mixable oils or acrylic paints (your choice). You can work on your own special project or the project of the day that I provide. All levels welcome, some experience helpful. Our style is painterly and spontaneous. Non toxic supplies are simple and inexpensive. Minimum supply list given upon registration.
Go to Donna's E mail address on the home page of this site for information to sign up or for information -
SANTA ROSA JUNIOR COLLEGE ONE DAY WORKSHOPS WILL BEGIN IN THE SPRING OF 2020 (I am taking the Fall off from teaching at the College). Check back for specific dates in Spring.
MEDITATIVE DRAWING IN NATURE - DRAWING AND WATERCOLOR - held at Spring Lake Park
PALETTE KNIFE PAINTING - OIL OR ACRYLIC - held at the Junior College Art Department
UPCOMING EXHIBITS AND EVENTS 2019
Gallery One, Petaluma
Fulton Crossing gallery
Paul Mauhder Gallery, Healdsburg "A Taste of Art trails"