Jan 25 Tuesday
BANFF MOUNTAIN VIRTUAL FILM FESTIVAL brought to you by Burger Express and Mountain Fever Productions. Sit back in your own living room and watch the great films you love from the Banff Film Festival. You can watch them anytime. Films are not rated. Go to http://www.mountainfever.us/Sandpoint.html.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 – 11
January 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27 and February 1 & 3, 2022
In this course we will learn the basics of oil painting. We will discuss composition, value, how to paint what we see and color theory throughout the course. I want my students to be able to learn important oil painting skills while having the chance to be creative. I believe art isn’t only about becoming technically skillful but more importantly a visual expression of the self. This is a beginner course, so we are here to learn together and have fun!
In compliance with Washington State mandates, the Spokane Art School requires all students, even if vaccinated, to wear a mask in class.
A celebration of beauty, this exhibition brings more than 60 objects, spanning 30 years of Louis Comfort Tiffany's career. He was one of the most innovative American artists of the 19th century for the way he elevated everyday objects--furniture, vases, lamps--into works of art. This exhibition focuses on Tiffany's magnificent stained glass windows, floral vases, lamps and decorative accessories from Chicago's distinguished Richard H. Driehaus Collection. Tiffany's technical brilliance in a wide variety of media enabled him to convey his awe of the natural world through a wide range of objects. His work was popular in his lifetime, and continues to be highly sought after today due to its unparalleled quality and beauty.
Joe Feddersen (Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation) is an artist working in print- making, glass and traditional materials, whose work is featured in the MAC’s permanent collection. Based in Omak, he spent a career teaching at Evergreen College in Olympia and exhibiting nationally. This exhibition features work from Feddersen’s personal collection of contemporary American Indian art, reflecting his friendships and artistic interests over the past few decades. From the well-known Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Rick Bartow to up-and-coming new artists, this exhibition features a wide variety of work including sculpture, painting, photography and prints. Sept. 18-Feb. 7, 2022; open Tue-Sun from 10 am to 5 pm. 509-456-3931
Adam Blalock starts the New Year at the Liberty Gallery with a solo show of his work. Adam was born in Spokane and grew up in an old farmhouse along Latah Creek ~ in 2004, Adam was voted "most artistic" in high school but chose to pursue horticulture science instead. After more than 10 years of working in the industry and scientific study, Adam finally realized that creating art was indeed his true passion. He uses both contemporary and traditional forms of painting to convey emotion and to express the sensation of nature. Adam's work will be on view at the Liberty Gallery in the Historic Liberty Building, from January 2nd through the 30th.
Join us on Tuesdays at the Numerica Skate Ribbon this winter for Cheap Skate Tuesday! Free skate rentals will be provided with each paid admission ($5.95 value).
Admission (1 hour)
Adult (ages 13+): $7.95/per hour
Youth (ages 3-12): $5.95/per hour
Ages 2 and under: FREE
November 23, 30
December 7, 14
January 4, 11, 18, 25
February 1, 8, 15, 22
Pottery Place Plus is pleased to present perennial favorite Juaquetta Holcomb as our Guest Artist for the month of January 2022. Juaquetta is known throughout the Inland Northwest for her beautiful handspun yarns, which she has been creating since 1993, plus she also knits, crochets and weaves shawls, hats and scarves with her own handspun art yarn, which helps support local Pacific Northwest sheep growers. Stop by PPP in the Historic Liberty Building (next to Aunties) from January 2nd thru the 29th to see & purchase textured rustic colorful yarn ~ it's great for gifts or a treat to yourself!
For Adult Students
Tuesdays, 12:30 – 2:30 PM
January 11, 18, 25 and February 1, 8 & 15, 2022
Perspective is to drawing what grammar is to writing and scales are to music. It provides a structure to art by dictating where objects must be placed and which directions the angles go to achieve that vital third dimension of depth. From one-point, two-point and three-point perspective, we move on to circles, shadows, and reflections. Best of all, you don’t have to be an artist to draw well in perspective — when you know how to use the tools, they do the drawing for you.
Montana based ceramic sculptor, Mya Cluﬀ searches for the beginnings and endings of self-hood as she navigates interpersonal and societal relationships within a maternal context. As a mother and an artist, she asks the question, “Where do I end, and you begin?”
Artist Lecture: February 8th from 10:30 am-11:30 am, Building 24, Room 110 with Closing Reception to follow in the Fine Arts Building 6 from 11:30-12:30.
Artist Workshop, demonstration of ceramic sculpture techniques: February 8th from 1:00 pm -3:00 pm in Building 6, Room 116.