Oil Painting Student Art Show in the Hoffman Gallery: Opening Reception June 10

kg oil class picThe Hoffman Gallery will be showing works by students of Karen Gale’s Oil Painting Class.  These pieces are the results of weekly classes held from November 2015 through April of this year.

There will be an Artists’ Reception on Friday, June 10th during our regularly scheduled Gallery hours from 2 to 4 pm.  Please come and support these artists!

Pictured: Students from Karen Gale’s (third from the left), first oil painting class.

Oil Painting Continues in April

kg daffodil morningJoin us for another month of Oil Painting classes with Karen Gale–it doesn’t matter what level you are!

This is an ongoing oil painting class that takes participants from where they are to the next level. Karen has been teaching art for eight years and is experienced in teaching beginning students as well as those who have been painting for years.

Class participants will learn the elements of art and design, classic painting techniques, and color theory through the process of creating their own paintings. Each session is three hours long.

Tuition:  Students pay $165 for 4 sessions at a time.  There is an additional $20 supply fee per period if students don’t have their own (bring materials fee to class for the teacher). 

This is an ongoing oil painting class that takes participants from where they are to the next level. Karen has been teaching art for eight years and is experienced in teaching beginning students as well as those who have been painting for years.

Class participants will learn the elements of art and design, classic painting techniques, and color theory through the process of creating their own paintings. Each session is three hours long.

Tuition:  Students pay $165 for 4 sessions at a time.  There is an additional $20 supply fee per period if students don’t have their own (bring materials fee to class for the teacher directly).  If students know they will miss one of the sessions there will be make-up session on Thursday, March 31st.

Time:  Thursdays, April 7, 14, 21, 28, 2016 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location:  Hoffman Center for the Arts, 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita

A minimum of 4 students is required for the class to go forward.  Please register no later than Monday, April 3rd to ensure the class will proceed.

Students who already work in the medium are asked to bring their own supplies. A complete list will be provided at registration. Students new to oil painting can use provided materials for an additional $20 (paid on the first day of class directly to the teacher).

Click here to register. For questions about the class, contact Karen at peasehouseart@gmail.com.

Local artist Karen Gale (peasehouseart.com):  After a 16 year career in education, Karen studied in the Department of Art and Design at Southern Utah University.  Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, she has created Pike Road Painters artist group in Yamhill, Oregon as an art teacher, joined Currents Gallery in McMinnville as an artist and art teacher, and founded Pease House Art in Oregon City. She now lives in Bay City with her husband, teaches art locally, paints, and is illustrating a children’s book.

 

10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location:  Hoffman Center for the Arts, 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita

A minimum of 4 students is required for the class to go forward.  Please register no later than Thursday, February 25th to ensure the class will proceed.

Students who already work in the medium are asked to bring their own supplies. A complete list will be provided at registration. Students new to oil painting can use provided materials for an additional $20 (paid on the first day of class directly to the teacher).

Click here to register. For questions about the class, contact Karen at peasehouseart@gmail.com.

Local artist Karen Gale (peasehouseart.com):  After a 16 year career in education, Karen studied in the Department of Art and Design at Southern Utah University.  Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, she has created Pike Road Painters artist group in Yamhill, Oregon as an art teacher, joined Currents Gallery in McMinnville as an artist and art teacher, and founded Pease House Art in Oregon City. She now lives in Bay City with her husband, teaches art locally, paints, and is illustrating a children’s book.

 

March Oil Painting Sessions Set

mixed fruit

Mixed Fruit, Karen Gale

The March Oil Painting session starts Thursday, March 3rd.

If you’ve been worried that oil painting might be too difficult, don’t worry.  There’s no mistake you can’t fix because the medium is so flexible.

Materials don’t need to be cost prohibitive either, because Karen teaches color mixing with only three basic colors.

Once you’ve given oils a chance, you’ll never go back!

And here’s a hearty endorsement from one of Karen’s recent students:

“I love your teaching style, Karen.  I’m enjoying your class very much.  I have to say, I normally don’t take art classes, but you’ve changed my mind with this one.  You take time with each student, and I’ve learned some great new techniques.”  Jan Layne, student in the January session of Karen’s oil painting class.

This is an ongoing oil painting class that takes participants from where they are to the next level. Karen has been teaching art for eight years and is experienced in teaching beginning students as well as those who have been painting for years.

Class participants will learn the elements of art and design, classic painting techniques, and color theory through the process of creating their own paintings. Each session is three hours long.

Tuition:  Students pay $165 for 4 sessions at a time.  There is an additional $20 supply fee per period if students don’t have their own (bring materials fee to class for the teacher directly).  If students know they will miss one of the sessions there will be make-up session on Thursday, March 31st.

Time:  Thursdays, Mar 3, 10, 17, 24 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location:  Hoffman Center for the Arts, 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita

A minimum of 4 students is required for the class to go forward.  Please register no later than Thursday, February 25th to ensure the class will proceed.

Students who already work in the medium are asked to bring their own supplies. A complete list will be provided at registration. Students new to oil painting can use provided materials for an additional $20 (paid on the first day of class directly to the teacher).

Click here to register. For questions about the class, contact Karen at peasehouseart@gmail.com.

Local artist Karen Gale (peasehouseart.com):  After a 16 year career in education, Karen studied in the Department of Art and Design at Southern Utah University.  Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, she has created Pike Road Painters artist group in Yamhill, Oregon as an art teacher, joined Currents Gallery in McMinnville as an artist and art teacher, and founded Pease House Art in Oregon City. She now lives in Bay City with her husband, teaches art locally, paints, and is illustrating a children’s book.

 

February’s Oil Painting Session is Set

Seagull Chimney, Karen Gale

Seagull Chimney, Karen Gale

February’s Oil Painting session starts Thursday, February 4. If you’ve been worried that oil painting might be too difficult, don’t worry.  There’s no mistake you can’t fix because the medium is so flexible.

Materials don’t need to be cost prohibitive either, because Karen teaches color mixing with only three basic colors.

Once you’ve given oils a chance, you’ll never go back!

And here’s a hearty endorsement from one of Karen’s recent students:

“I love your teaching style, Karen.  I’m enjoying your class very much.  I have to say, I normally don’t take art classes, but you’ve changed my mind with this one.  You take time with each student, and I’ve learned some great new techniques.”  Jan Layne, student in the January session of Karen’s oil painting class.

This is an ongoing oil painting class that takes participants from where they are to the next level. Karen has been teaching art for eight years and is experienced in teaching beginning students as well as those who have been painting for years.

Class participants will learn the elements of art and design, classic painting techniques, and color theory through the process of creating their own paintings. Each session is three hours long.

Tuition:  Students pay $165 for 4 sessions at a time.  There is an additional $20 supply fee per period if students don’t have their own (bring materials fee to class for the teacher directly).  If students know they will miss one of the sessions there will be make-up session on Thursday, March 31st.

Time:  Thursdays, Feb 4, 11, 18, 25 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location:  Hoffman Center for the Arts, 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita

A minimum of 4 students is required for the class to go forward.  Please register no later than Thursday, January 28 to ensure the class will proceed.

Students who already work in the medium are asked to bring their own supplies. A complete list will be provided at registration. Students new to oil painting can use provided materials for an additional $20 (paid on the first day of class directly to the teacher).

Click here to register. For questions about the class, contact Karen at peasehouseart@gmail.com.

Local artist Karen Gale (peasehouseart.com):  After a 16 year career in education, Karen studied in the Department of Art and Design at Southern Utah University.  Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, she has created Pike Road Painters artist group in Yamhill, Oregon as an art teacher, joined Currents Gallery in McMinnville as an artist and art teacher, and founded Pease House Art in Oregon City. She now lives in Bay City with her husband, teaches art locally, paints, and is illustrating a children’s book.

 

 

 

Karen Gale to display work through January

kg ocean lily

The Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita will host a reception for Bay City artist Karen Gale Friday, Jan. 1, from 3 to 5 p.m.
The reception will feature 30 of Gale’s paintings under the theme “Seeing the Light.” She will be on hand to discuss her work and the show. Refreshments will be served.

The artist said her oil paintings “examine the idea of searching for, finding, and seeing light physically, emotionally, and spiritually.” The works will remain on display at the Center throughout January.
Gale has taught for eight years and is experienced with both beginning and experienced artists. She studied in the Department of Art and Design at Southern Utah University. She lives in Bay City, teaches art, paints, and is illustrating a children’s book.

Gale’s oil painting classes at the Hoffman Center were so popular this fall she will continue them on Thursdays, starting Jan. 7, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. New students are welcome.

Interested persons can register on-line here.

Thursday Oil Painting Class to Continue Starting January 7th

kg oil class pic

Students from the inaugural oil painting class show off their work.

Have you wanted to try your hand at oil painting? Do you want to build on your knowledge of the art form? Then this ongoing oil painting class is for you.

Local artist Karen Gale (peasehouseart.com) will continue teaching Oil Painting.  This is an ongoing oil painting class that takes participants from where they are to the next level. Karen has been teaching art for eight years and is experienced in teaching beginning students as well as those who have been painting for years.

Class participants will learn the elements of art and design, classic painting techniques, and color theory through the process of creating their own paintings. Each session is three hours long.

After a 16 year career in education, Karen studied in the Department of Art and Design at Southern Utah University.  Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, she has created Pike Road Painters artist group in Yamhill, Oregon as an art teacher, joined Currents Gallery in McMinnville as an artist and art teacher, and founded Pease House Art in Oregon City. She now lives in Bay City with her husband, teaches art locally, paints, and is illustrating a children’s book.

Students who already work in the medium are asked to bring their own supplies. A complete list will be provided at registration. Students new to oil painting can use provided materials for an additional $20.

Tuition:  Students pay $165 for 4 sessions at a time.  There is an additional $20 supply fee per period if students don’t have their own.  If students know they will miss one of the sessions there will be make-up session on Thursday, March 31st.

Time:  Thursdays, Jan 7, 14, 21, 28 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location:  Hoffman Center for the Arts, 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita

A minimum of 4 students is required for the class to go forward.  Please register no later than Monday, January 4 to ensure the class will proceed.

To register, go to http://hoffmanblog.org/ongoing-classes/register-for-workshops. For questions about the class, contact Karen at peasehouseart@gmail.com.

 

Oil Painting Class Set to Start October 29th

KG Rusted+III+PHA+WMHave you wanted to try your hand at oil painting? Do you want to build on your knowledge of the art form? Then this class is for you.

Local artist Karen Gale (peasehouseart.com) will teach a four session oil painting class on Thursdays, October 29 through November 19th.  This is an on-going oil painting class that takes participants from where they are to the next level. Karen has been teaching art for eight years and is experienced in teaching beginning students as well as those who have been painting for years.

Class participants will learn the elements of art and design, classic painting techniques, and color theory through the process of creating their own paintings. Each session is three hours long.

After a 16 year career in education, Karen studied in the Department of Art and Design at Southern Utah University.  Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, she has created Pike Road Painters artist group in Yamhill, Oregon as an art teacher, joined Currents Gallery in McMinnville as an artist and art teacher, and founded Pease House Art in Oregon City. She now lives in Bay City with her husband, teaches art locally, paints, and is illustrating a children’s book.

Students who already work in the medium are asked to bring their own supplies. A complete list will be provided at registration. Students new to oil painting can use provided materials for an additional $20.

Tuition:  $165 for the initial 4 weeks; may evolve into a drop in oil painting group; Additional $20 supply fee if students don’t have their own.

Time:  Thursdays, 10/29-11/19, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location:  Hoffman Center for the Arts, 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita

A minimum of 4 students is required for the class to go forward.  Please register no later than Monday, October 26th to ensure the class will proceed.

To register, go to http://hoffmanblog.org/ongoing-classes/register-for-workshops. For questions about the class, contact Karen at peasehouseart@gmail.com.