Check Out Local Artists At Work This Saturday

Courtesy of Shemer Art Center and Museum

Grab your painting smock and come on down to the Shemer Art Center & Museum in Phoenix this Saturday, August 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a day of family fun. There will be on-going artist demos, “Make n’ Take” projects for both adults and kids, raffles and plenty of artwork for sale at the museum shop.

The Shemer Art Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of Phoenix and Arizona residents by fostering an appreciation of the arts through classes, seminars and exhibits.

Artist Demonstrations
Oil Painting by Sue Hunter
Watercolor by Julie Gilbert-Pollard and John Erwin
Dry pastel by Donna Stenger
Drawing by Elliot Everson
Printmaking by Larry Nisula
Photography by Michel Sarda
Ceramics by Alan Jones
Artful Marketing by Ann Parker and David Tooker
Family projects by Christy Puetz

Make n’ Take Activities
10:00 a.m. – noon
Printmaking with Larry Nisula (Studio II)

11:00 a.m. – noon
Painting with Sue Hunter (Gallery 1)

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Hand-Buidling Ceramics with Alan Jones (Studio II)

2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Drawing with Elliot Everson (Gallery 2)

Win Raffle Prizes
Raffles prizes will be given away every hour! Prizes include… a free stay at Royal Palms Resort, $25 gift certificate to Arizona Art Supply, photography books by Michel Sarda, and a coffee gift pack.

Register For Classes
View the Fall/Winter Catalog and register that day to receive a 10% discount on all classes and workshops. You will also receive a raffle entry for a stay at the Royal Palms Resort with registration.

 Information: 500 E. Camelback Roadk, Phoenix; 602-262-4727; http://www.shemerartcenterandmuseum.org

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One response to “Check Out Local Artists At Work This Saturday

  1. Danelle

    i really l ike your tv show on saturdays and enjoy it for the most part but robin sewell i think the name of the host oh please have her tone herself down she is really not as funny as she thinks she is she may own the net work but she needs to be a little more serious she is not funny when she tries to be it does not make the show or either get some one else to do it

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