GARDEN STAKE WORKSHOP with Phyllis Flury

Date: April 4, 2020

Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm
Or 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Limit 10 per class

Place: Red Trillium Gallery
373 East Historic Columbia River Highway, Troutdale, OR, 97060 (map)

Three medium size garden stakes will be made during the class and will be taken back to my studio to be fused. They will be
available to be picked up on April 13th at the gallery from 9:00am to 5:00 pm. If this does not work for you then can be picked up at my studio at agreed upon time. Price for the workshop is $65.00 and is to be paid when you sign up for the workshop. A release will be signed the day of the workshop.

Sign up

4/4/2020 (morning)

4/4/2020 (afternoon)

Please contact Red Trillium Gallery directly if you have any questions.

“Intro to Resin” – workshop with Alison Reyes

March 13, 14 & 15
Hours: 11am to 2:30pm

Cost per person: $295 + $40 supply fee

Day One: Learn all of the resin basics with a hands on exercise. Plan
and prep your large painting.
Day Two: Follow your plan and do a base coat to support it. After a
snack break, dive into the details!
Day Three: Mount your hanger and clear coat with epoxy! Bring home
a 12” by 16” beautiful ready to hang ocean themed art piece.

Registration – Contact Beth Schilling at beths1712@comcast.net
Make check payable to: Red Trillium Gallery
Mail to: 373 East Historic Columbia River Hwy

Troutdale, OR 97080

Red Trillium Gallery
373 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy, Troutdale, OR 97080
503-674-5050
redtrilliumgallery@gmail.com

ANJI GRAINGER WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP APRIL 2020

For Release February 10 to April 1, 2020
Contact: Jean Hauge, jhauge47@gmail.com
ANJI GRAINGER WORKSHOP 

All water media artists are invited to the Southwest Washington Watercolor Society (SWWS) sponsored workshop with Anji Grainger from April 8 – 11, 2020. Elements of Texture & Design is the title of this workshop to be held at the Sons of Norway Lodge, 2400 Grant Street, Vancouver, WA.

From Anji . . . “As an instructor, I teach technique rather than a specific project. I focus on building skills that apply to all types of painting, from abstract to representational art. This way the student can use what they learn in their own creative style.”

In this workshop we will create dynamic, textured patterns by employing nontraditional techniques using plant materials, herbs, salt, stones and other elements. We will see how watercolor pigments react and leave beautiful patterns on our surfaces.

Seating is limited  – register now. For Registration contact Rita Bingham at ritabing65@gmail.com. Or visit www.swwswatercolor.org for more information on the Spring Workshop. The cost is $350 (SWWS member) or $400 (non-member).

“Nature’s Jewels” by Anji Grainger