Call to Emerging & Established Artists for Kings Beach Streetlight Banners

Put your artistic mark on the Kings Beach commercial core revival and beautification by responding to a call to artists for “artistic” banners to be displayed on streetlights in the newly renovated Kings Beach.

North Tahoe Business Association (NTBA) recently released a call to artists and is inviting proposals for streetlight banner art to be displayed among the promotional-style banners already on display on main street Kings Beach.

Proposals from artists of all experience levels, young and old, established and emerging are encouraged. The banners for this art call will be selected based on design and content. NTBA is looking for artwork that is colorful, meaningful, and enhances Kings Beach main street.

“NTBA looks forward to further beautification and differentiation of Kings Beach with this program, and is pleased to provide an opportunity to established and emerging artists for their art to be viewed by millions,” explains NTBA executive director, Joy Doyle.

Call to Artist submissions are due February 24, 2017 and should include both a preliminary color rendition and a brief narrative description about the artwork. The banner size is 18 inches wide by 36 inches high and will be professionally printed onto poly canvas. An $80 artist honorarium will be awarded for each selected banner.
Those interested in submitting artwork for consideration must read and follow the call to artist. To request the call to artist, email info@NorthTahoeBusiness.org or call NTBA Staff at 530-546-9000.

NTBA is also seeking sponsors for “artistic” streetlight banners this year and beyond. $250 sponsorship covers one artistic banner production, shipping, installation and artist honorarium cost, and helps to fill the 38 streetlights with colorful and artistic banners. To sponsor an artistic banner in Kings Beach, or to learn more including sponsor benefits, contact Joy Doyle at 530-546-9000.

North Tahoe Business Association (NTBA) is a non- profit 501(c) 6 organization founded in 1979 that works to improve economic vitality and quality of life in the communities of North Lake Tahoe. NTBA is a member-based organization made up of more than two hundred and twenty businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals. For more information, visit www.NorthTahoeBusiness.org.

Check out Artists Network on line for additional information or visit the subscriptions link for Pastel Journal on line.

Christmas may be over, but Valentine’s Day is on the way…

http://subscriptions.pasteljournal.com/Pastel-Journal/Magazine

About twenty years ago I was wine tasting in Amador and noticed a group of artists painting in the picnic area,I was drawn closer by the vibrant colors in their work. My experience with painting had been water colors and acrylics,but I always felt I was not capturing the colors I was seeing. As I watched them create,one of the artists asked me if I painted?….that was the beginning of my love affair with pastels. The artist stopped her work and gave me an enthusiastic introduction to the medium,including the types of pastels and the the variety papers to paint on. After lots of trial and error,pastel became my medium of choice. Thank You Connie Randmaa, Sierra Pastel Society will miss you. gary brockett

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First of all, we would like to wish you all a very happy and prolific 2017! We are very proud and humbled to have loyal customers like you and can’t wait to see your paintings on UART for 2017.
We are also very excited to announce that we will be launching a bunch of great new items this year. We always strive to offer the highest quality products on the market and we hope you will welcome these new additions with open arms. Please keep an eye on future emails as we will make the announcement very soon!
Today we start things off with a brand new UART tip from Susan Kuznitsky. If you like what you read, please know that Susan is teaching a UART workshop in Portland, OR this March. If you live in the area or want to spend a fun weekend in Portland, then make sure you don’t miss out on this workshop. You can get all the info here:

Happy New Year!

We hope this year brings you inspiration, motivation, plenty of time for painting, and the space and materials to create. To wrap up the last year, and celebrate the new, would like to share with you our latest IAPS Newsletter. Enjoy!

http://www.iapspastel.org/pdf/newsletter_0117.pdf

Happy Painting!

 

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CLARK MITCHELL

“Enliven Your Pastel Landscapes with Vibrant Underpaintings”

2-day Workshop in Morro Bay, California

Oct. 28-29, 2016

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present a 2-day Workshop in Pastel by award winning artist, Clark Mitchell.

This workshop coincides with Pastel Society of the West Coast’s Pastels USA 30th Annual International Open Exhibition at Art Center Morro Bay, which features works by some of the world’s finest pastel artists. Reception for the artists is October 30th from 1pm-3pm, wine and refreshments will be served.

Clark is ranked as Master Pastelist by Pastel Society of America and Distinguished Pastelist by Pastel Society of the West Coast and Signature Member of Laguna Plein Aire Painters of America. He is represented by several prestigious galleries. His work is collected widely throughout the world. Clark’s paintings have been featured on the cover of American Artist, Pastel Journal, and Southwest Art’s annual landscape issue. He was chosen as poster artist for the Sedona Plein Air Festival for 2008.

  

Sign up early and take advantage of a pre-workshop photo outing on October 27th, 4-7pm.

Free for registrants.

 

WHAT: Pastel Painting Workshop

WHEN: October 28 & 29, 2016 9am4pm

COST: $225.

WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442

CONTACT: KC Caldwell 805-540-1479 or email fogcatchers@gmail.com

Visit http://www.morrobay.org/ to get acquainted. Additional lodging & dining suggestions are available upon request.

 

CLARK MITCHELL

“Enliven Your Pastel Landscapes with Vibrant Underpaintings”

2-Day Workshop in Morro Bay, California

  

DATES: October 28 & 29, 2016 COST: $225

Morro Bay Art Association invites you to attend these other free events:

Come early for a pre-workshop photo outing on October 27 from 3-5pm!

Stay over for the PSWC Pastel USA reception on October 30 from 1-3pm

Class size is limited to 10. This is a studio workshop at Art Center Morro Bay.

Payment accepted by credit card or check. If paying by credit card, please call

Art Center Morro Bay at (805) 772-2504. If paying by check, please return this form with your payment. Make checks payable to:

MBAA

835 Main Street, Morro Bay, California

Refunds will be given of balance paid less $100 non-refundable deposit only if cancellation is received 30 days prior to start of workshop and space is filled by another participant

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For more information, contact KC Caldwell at fogcatchers@gmail.com or call (805) 540-1470

 

Recommended Materials for Indoor Pastel Classes

(Daily demos and plenty of at-easel assistance)

(We will be working from photos or previous outdoor sketches)

pastels: as many as possible from hard to soft (student grade and Nu-pastel alone are not sufficient). Think of colors you might like to use in your scenes. Rembrandt, Girault, Sennelier, Holbein, Great American, Art Spectrum, Schmincke, Unison, etc.

pastel paper: something with “tooth” to it, toned or white. (preferably more substantial than Canson paper) LaCarte, Art Spectrum, Canson Touch, Uart, Pastel Premier, etc. For quick paintings, I use these sizes: 12 x 12, 12 x 16 and 8 x 18. Bring precut whatever sizes youʼre comfortable with. A border is often useful to tape down the paper.

Turpenoid (unscented turpentine) NOT Turpenoid Natural, and a small bottle to put it in (can be shared between students) or rubbing alcohol 91%

an inexpensive paint brush, maybe half inch wide, flats are best

a pastel pencil to sketch your scene out with

sketch pad and graphite pencil

masking tape

drawing board

an old tooth brush or bristle brush to erase with

photos to work from, the bigger the better. If a beginner, I suggest something simple. Photos on laptops are fine. I also have a big box of photos you can choose from.

Clark Mitchell

8967 Cypress Avenue

Cotati, CA 94931

707.793.9131

website: cgmitchell.com e-mail: clark@cgmitchell.com

 

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Please join us at the El Dorado Hills Senior Center

on June 12th at 1pm 

for a General Meeting and 

Demonstration by Tina Moore!

See you there…

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