Wednesday, November 11, 2009
EXHIBITION: Recent Paintings by Jazz-minh Moore
DATES: November 14 – December 10, 2009
Jazz-Mihn Moore, "Nadia : Siberia," 2009, acrylic, ink, rain and resin on birch panel, 12" x 64"
OPENING: Saturday (Art Attack), November 14, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Georgetown Art Center, 5511 Airport Way South, Seattle, Washington
HOURS: Mon. 11:00 - 5:00 & Tues. 10:00 - 4:00, Weds. - Sun. by appointment
ARTIST EXPLORES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
HUMANS, NATURE AND CULTURE
The Georgetown Art Center is pleased to present “Recent Paintings,” an exhibition of work by Jazz-minh Moore. Moore paints portraits with an eclectic palette: transferred text, poured resin, graphite and charred edges over birch panel. Although her paintings have a minimalist quality they certainly do not lack depth. Moore's work is deeply rooted in the personal and general interpretations of the natural world, culture and how human beings interact within a given space.
Jazz-mihn Moore graduated magna cum laude at Cornish College of the arts and received her
M.F.A at California State University. She currently assists in outreach with youth as a life drawing teacher and finds herself immersed within various community arts projects. With solo and group exhibitions internationally, Moore vastly communicates the importance of art making in and out of the studio: "Being an artist to me means being committed to art, which goes beyond the paintings I make in my studio. Art is a way of life and a belief system. If I can help other people create, through teaching or curating, this is part of it. The simple idea - I'm going to spend my time creating something instead of consuming something - is art.
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Seattle Teen Printmakers
Class begins soon
Sign up for December class NOW!!!
four sessions with printmaker - Angielena Chamberlain
STP closing artist reception at the end of our four week session
Non-toxic printmaking workshops for
Teens ages 13-18
This beginner’s class in non-toxic printmaking with a focus on creative expression and identity. A brief overview of the history of print will set teens up for an enjoyable and fun experimentation process. Each student will help direct their own final project and create unique and lovely art pieces which express their own voice and identity. Introductions to traditional and modern techniques will broaden the language of expression each student can achieve. Students will create a finished project that will be showcased at their own artists reception .
Pricing – Early bird payment if received by Nov 27th is $80 inc. materials fee .
Price is $100 thereafter
Scholarships - three full Scholarships will be available for low–income or needy families
(Please apply early if you are requesting a scholarship)
Pay methods – Pay pal / check to Georgetown Art Center
5511 1/2 Airport way south
Seattle wa 98108
There will be no class Dec.26th we will have the last class on Jan 2nd
If you are interested in learning more about the GAC please feel free to call for class updates .
Angielena (206) 851-1538
Sponsored by - 4 Culture
Special thanks to contributors and supporting artists – McClain’s Printmaking Supplies , Jim Kurihara , Julie Kadingo , United Artists of Georgetown (UAG), Amy Pleasant and Jethaniel Peterka
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Come visit the center and see this amazing print show celebrating our new print studio and our upcoming Youth Printmakers of Seattle workshop in early August.
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
The Center is working on a lovely Print Arts Studio
Monday, January 12, 2009
Sign up now for this Atelier Intensive Class
Class is every Tuesday in Six week blocks
The time is from 9:30 to 4:30 every tuesday with a one hour break
The focus of the class is as follows
(figure 9.30 – 12.30, break for lunch,return at 12:30 to 4:30 for still life, cast and mastercopy
Maximum 8 students
If you are interested in future sessions contact this email
Level: some drawing skills and commitment
Tenaya received a B.F.A in painting and drawing at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. After working several years as a graphic designer, he began his classical studies at the Jeff Watts Atelier in Encinitas, CA. He then moved to Seattle where he completed four years of full time study at the Juliette Aristides Classical Atelier at the Gage Academy in Seattle. He is the recipient of the Stanley R. Wright Foundation award (2004) and the Robert DeZordo Estate award (2005). Tenaya has taught classes at Gage Academy of Art and Pratt Fine arts Center, and is currently represented by Elka Rouskov Gallery in Kirkland, Wa. Tenaya was recently featured in Southwest Art's 21 under 31 painters with a bright future! (pg 136).
This program teaches drawing and painting in the classical tradition. The curriculum and the teaching techniques are modeled on those of the Atelier programs. This successful method teaches students to thoroughly understand, develop, and implement the skills needed for representational drawing and painting.
Each student is guided through each assignment and the teaching environment is supportive and respectful, by both instructors and peers.
If you are interested in signing up for this class please contact Tenaya Sims or Angielena Chamberlain at this blogspot or email@example.com or (206) 851-1538
Drop in any Sunday and join the
Church of The Perpetual Muse@
The Georgetown Art Center
Meets every Sunday from 1-4 pm
Saints and Sinners drawing / painting session is an uninstructed Art session open to all levels.
We work from live models in costumes and also do the figure in a scene(ie props). Some models are dressed as mythological / spiritual beings, some as troubled historical figures. Examples of past subjects are St. Gerome, Pan , Kali , Virgin Mary, Moulin rouge dancers and the like. If you are interested please feel free to drop in for one of our fun sessions.
Fee scale - Drop in price $12 one time
Buy a frequent flyer option - 4 sessions for $40
bring your own supplies and a portable easel if you have one, we have limited numbers of easels
Sessions are a long pose (two weeks costume/two weeks figure) . We serve light snacks and coffee for all participants
If you have ?'s or need directions please call today
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 851-1538
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Sharon Arnold will be in attendance to describe her very unique and intense use of materials and printmaking techniques. Art Attack is from 6-9 pm on Dec 13th
30% of proceeds from this show go towards the development of the teen art studios in July 2009
If you are interested in Sharons art please check out her website