yARTd is coming to a neighborhood near you! Check out the 11 locations to see when people are showing their work.
Here is a list of the participants:
#1 — Robert Placky / 814-574-3440
202 Teaberry Cir, State College, PA 16803
Acrylic paintings / “pour” paintings
find Bob on Instagram at @robertplacky
hours/days: every day from noon to 7pm (except rain)
#2 — Adrienne Waterston // 814-386-8008
151 W Mitchell Ave, State College, PA 16803
Prints, photographs, small acrylic paintings, fabric, pillows and napkins
find Adrienne on Instagram at @adriennewaterston
hours/days: Thurs–Sats, 9–11am; 6–8pm
#3 — Todd Krout / 814-883-9658
621 Matilda Ave, Lemont, PA 16851
watercolor & acrylics
find Todd on Instagram at @toddraymondkrout
hours/days: Sat 7/25 — 12–5pm
#4 — Tom & Paulette Berner / 814-753-2302
352 Meadow Flower Cir, Bellefonte, PA 16823
Digital art, acrylic paintings, alcohol ink painting on tiles, photographs
find Tom on Insta at @tamaquatom
hours/days: Saturdays, 1–4pm
#5 — Hope Goncalves / 814-470-2119
340 Kimport Ave, Boalsburg, PA 16827
hours/days: coming soon
#6 — Leslie Shelleman / 814-592-2823
133 Windsor St, Philipsburg, PA 16866
watercolor: landscape / wildlife / architecture — originals and professional giclee prints — framed and unframed — 14 different styles of blank note cards created from originals
Find Leslie on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/LeslieShellemanArt
and Facebook @LeslieShelleman
hours/days:12–7pm, Thursday – Sunday
#7 — David Kolasa / 814-867-7020
121 Creekside Dr, State College, PA 16801
sculptures, mobiles, drawings, garden loveliness plus critters, other people’s artwork (check back for people & days/times)
find Dave on Insta at @makerofmobiles
Linda Hale will be a guest artist at Dave’s house 2–5 Sat. & Sun (8/1 & 8/2)
hours/days: Weds 5–8pm; Sats & Suns 2–8pm
#8 — Carrie Koch / 814-867-5098
1208 Old Boalsburg Rd, State College, PA 16801
hours/days: Saturdays & Sundays, 1–5pm
#9 — Erin & Jim Welsh / 814-610-291-8164
1359 Penfield Rd, State College, PA 16801
there are always mosaics up and Erin will be making a few over the days we’re open — “artist demo” signs will be posted what that’s happening (kid and weather dependent)
— Erin: paintings, mosaics and collages
— Jim: matted photos
Instagram: Erin:@erin.bolger.welsh // Jim:@radrider_664
Websites: Erin: https://www.erinbolgerwelsh.art/ Jim: https://500px.com/radrider664
Erin will be donating 20% of any sales to Fleisher Art Memorial in Phila, more specifically to purchase art supplies for kids who otherwise wouldn’t have access (especially during any new lockdown). fleisher.org/
hours/days: Tuesdays (NOT 7/18) from 8-11am and 5-8pm; Fridays 8-11, Saturdays 12-5; Sundays 5-8
#10 — Marie Doll / 814-360-1907
503 Westgate Dr, State College, PA 16803
hours/days: Up 24/7 for the entire time!
#11 — Selim Alptekinoglu / 214-625-2273
1061 Ballybunion Rd, State College, PA 16801
acrylic landscape paintings, large, medium and small
hours/days: Sats & Suns, 6–8pm
Friday, July 17, Handmade Cards
Friday, July 24, Unusual Paper Marbling
Friday, July 31, Chalk Pastels
Friday, August 7, Fluid Art
Click the individual links above to find out more info and to register online today!
Chris teaches with a fun and relaxed style. Each day there will be demonstrations and lots of one-on-one instruction. This workshop will focus on the process of creating a watercolor painting. He will speak in-depth about devising a plan for success with your painting; the importance of drawing, design and brushwork; simplifying and improving color mixing (no more muddy watercolors) and how to get dynamic value relationships.
Square! rescheduled for fall 2020
In a time when we as artists are trying to make sense of our new and changing circumstances, the Art Alliance Board and leaders are asking for your help. Our exhibition schedule, our youth art plans, and our adult art classes have all been dramatically altered. The financial impact of these cancelations and postponements has been significant.
While we have found it necessary to postpone the July SQUARE 2020, we are asking our members and friends to continue this important fundraising opportunity by making “SQUARE art” for a future event. Our plan for a fall show of these 6″x6″ works is developing, with many creative ideas about ways to connect the SQUARES with viewers/buyers.
Many artists have told us that they have found the making of these small works helpful to their larger paintings, drawings, prints, reliefs, photos and collages. The 6”x6″ format allows experimentation and quicker investigation of ideas.
This show encourages both playful and bold works. In a fun format, we have brought together quality works at a price ($25.00) that is affordable to all. While being lighthearted, SQUARE has been important to our balance sheet.
Our three previous SQUARE shows have been greatly complemented by student art from regional schools. The abrupt school cancellations negated that contribution for 2020. This year works by our members and friends will be our primary source of art. Please consider making some SQUARE art in your favorite format and media! We will send along plans for their display and sale as plans materialize.
You may wish to consider making a series of works that can be purchased individually or as a group. Quality works will keep our event one that represents the strength of our organization. See examples included here from previous shows serves as a reminder of the quality and diversity that this event has sparked.
Help! BE SQUARE!
— Jim Bright, Square Chair
The Gallery has been rented in August but the Annex is still available.
Maybe you have been waiting for an opportunity to exhibit all the work you’ve been making while we have been sequestered away at home? Maybe you have some friends you would like to have a show with?
You are in luck!
Some members have rented the Gallery downtown in August, but the Annex is still available.
Participating artists are responsible for determining gallery hours and staffing accordingly. Additional responsibilities are requiring that masks are worn at all times by artists and visitors, observing social distancing by limiting the number of visitors in the gallery at any given time, and performing sanitizing procedures to keep everyone safe.
We will help you promote your show by including it on our website, in emails through Mail Chimps and postings on Facebook.
One of our goals is to help members have access to exhibition venues and we are pleased to offer this opportunity.
To sign up please email us at email@example.com. Galleries will be assigned on a first come basis so if you are interested please respond as soon as possible.
Our spectacular show is on display in the Art Alliance Gallery Downtown. While it will remain closed due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, you can view the 21 entries through the windows! We have added a virtual show — right here, online!
Sean Bodley’s HeavyPaint Demo was so fun!
A link coming soon to the recorded demo.
Stay tuned for more events like this in the future!
The Art Alliance Members Show is still online in two places
On this website:
Check out our virtual tour of the show that was in our Gallery.
On our gallery website:
See our online gallery of the art that was at the Kish Bank.
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yARTd is on! Check out the locations to see when people are showing their work. Here is a list of the participants: #1 -- Robert Placky / 814-574-3440202 Teaberry Cir, State College, PA 16803Acrylic paintings / “pour” paintingsfind Bob on Instagram at @robertplackyhours/days: every day from noon to 7pm (except rain) #2 -- Adrienne Waterston // 814-386-8008151 W Mitchell Ave, State College, PA 16803Prints, photographs, small acrylic paintings, fabric, pillows and napkinsfind Adrienne on Instagram at @adriennewaterstonhours/days: Thurs–Sats, 9–11am; 6–8pm…Find out more »
All levels welcome. Beginners will make a small project to learn the basics of copper foil and stained glass work. Experienced and returning students can continue with prior pieces or begin a new project.Find out more »
Chris teaches with a fun and relaxed style. Each day there will be demonstrations and lots of one-on-one instruction. This workshop will focus on the process of creating a watercolor painting. He will speak in-depth about devising a plan for success with your painting; the importance of drawing, design and brushwork; simplifying and improving color mixing (no more muddy watercolors) and how to get dynamic value relationships. Contact Art Alliance office at firstname.lastname@example.org for a supply list.Find out more »
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