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Classes at Art on Boston
Learn to use pastels and polymer clay, paint Members of the Tempe Art Guild also have
on silk or make a stained glass collage in classes artwork on display through February 28. They
offered at Art on Boston Gallery in January. include Gail Boyd, Doris Chamberlain, Cherie
Alice Van Overstraeten of Sun Lakes leads a Colaw, Donna Davis, Janet W. Fagan, Mona
Pastel class from 2 to 4 p.m. Sat., Jan. 24. Learn Gilstrap, Pamela L. Jonas, Howard Simpson,
techniques and surfaces for pastels, and create Penny Watkins and Barbara Wood.
a landscape, fl oral or animals. Cost is $35 plus a Gallery artists include Susan Blessing,
$5 materials fee. lampwork jewelry; Tamera Bramanti, polymer
In a Polymer Clay Intro by Laurie Fagen from 2 jewelry; Cindy Conners, fi ne silver jewelry;
to 4 p.m. Sat., Jan. 24, students will learn to make Adriene Buffi ngton, fi ber; Miachelle DePiano,
beads, buttons and jewelry embellishments. All chain maille jewelry; Evelyn Gholson, fi ber,
materials are included in the $40 fee. mosaic; Michael Hayslip, photographer; George
Silk Painting for Beginners is offered 1:30 to Lenz, photographer; Ellen Liddell, watercolor;
5 p.m. Sun., Jan. 25 by fi ber artist Chris Kane, Janey Marquez, jewelry; Terry Nagel, painter;
who teaches the Serti method of hand painting John Richardson, abstract painter; Loralee
silk using resist, which is supplied for the class. Stickel, mixed media; Marian Ward, fi ne silver
Students should bring copyright-free designs STSN photo jewelry; Catherine York, jewelry, watercolor;
to trace onto silk or do freehand designs that COLLECT ART: A wide variety of mediums, including fi ber, oil, ceramic, Anita Bonesteel, oil, jewelry; Gail Boyd, oil,
will then be painted using fi ber reactive dyes.
photography and more is on exhibit and available for purchase at Art on Boston
Gallery in “Resolve,” a show that runs through the end of February.
acrylics, watercolor; Sarah Brodie, ceramics;
Steaming techniques are included, and students Pablo Juan Garcia, watercolor; Jill Irvin, polymer
will fi nish with a piece suitable for framing. Cost is $45 plus $10 materials fee. jewelry; Debbie Jennings, jewelry; Chris Kane, silk wearable art; Dale Kesel,
In a Stained Glass Collage class by Wendy Fallon 2 to 5 p.m. Sat., Jan. 31, she’ll photography; Marcia McGovern, air dry clay fl orals; Kathleen Seery, polymer
teach the Tiffany-style method to create a stained glass pendant or embellish a jewelry; Jacque Tobias, mixed media; and Alice Van Overstraeten, watercolor.
ceramic, glass or metal container with recycled costume jewelry and more. For A limited number of artist studio spaces are available for painters, jewelry
ages 18 and older, $60 covers all materials and use of tools. makers, fi ber artists, photographers, ceramicists and more. Art on Boston Gallery
in-studio artists receive spacious, secure, locking studio space in bright, well-lit,
‘Resolve’ show continues air-conditioned comfort; additional exposure for artwork with good foot traffi c,
Found objects embedded in the mosaics of Evelyn Gholson of Tempe and gallery advertising, promotions and special events for no additional charge; and
watercolor, pen and ink drawings of cowboys on horses by Terry Nagel of Chandler guaranteed exhibit space in the contemporary art gallery.
are part of the “Resolve” art display at Art on Boston through the end of February. Art on Boston, offering a contemporary art gallery, artist studios and art classes
A reception for the artists with live music and refreshments is held from 7 to 9 in historic downtown Chandler, is located at 11 W. Boston St., Suite 1. Call
p.m. Fri., Feb. 13, which is free and open to the public. 480-917-1112 or visit www.ArtOnBoston.com for more information.
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