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Unique Coloring Boards

Holidays can be wonderful when spent with family and friends. Having a party? Have those you love get creative and work together to color in these one-of-a-kind, original coloring boards! Each coloring board is a unique piece of art – made by your friends here at Art Central!

Boards are 32″x32″, $50 each, and are one of a kind. (But we are having fun, and if these prove to be popular, we’ll be happy to create more designs!)

We also stock markers that are perfect for these projects!

We’ll be open regular hours Friday, Saturday and Sunday!

CALL FOR ARTISTS!

For this open exhibit, we are looking for artwork priced at $100 or less to tempt our holiday shoppers. All mediums and themes accepted. See more details in the contract below.

To participate, please download and fill out this artist contract
and bring it in with your artwork on Nov 29th between 10am-4pm

Artists left to right: Richard Smucker, Linda Elder, Terri Quinn

Artist Reception will be Saturday, Dec 2nd from 4-7pm, during the 2nd annual Holiday Treasure Stroll.

Craftmakers includes a variety of artists who work in fiber, clay, glass, metal, paper, and found objects. First formed in the mid-70s, the group exhibited work at the San Luis Art Center (now SLOMA), held meetings and classes, and offered studio visits. Craftmakers is now a member of the Central Coast Artists Collective, striving to enliven the art scene with imaginative pieces created with originality and skill.

Participating artists: Carolyn Chambers, Charlotte Daigle, Linda Elder, Kate Froman, Gina Gilbert, Gini Griffin, Barry Lundgren, M’Lou Mayo, Lauren Rayburn, Beryl Reichenberg, Maureen Wellard, Keasha Willingham, KD Friend, C. Hite


Upcoming Classes & Workshops

For more info on each class, click on the “click here” button for more info about each class, or click on the class title which will take you to our calendar!

Please remember that we have a small parking lot. If you are attending one of our demonstrations or workshops, and it is not a physical hardship for you, please park on one of the nearby side streets. We appreciate your consideration.


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When: Friday, November 17th, 2-5:30pm & Saturday, November 18th, 10:30am-4:30pm

Ages: 16+

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When: Saturday, December 9th, 10:30am-1pm

Ages: All

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When: Saturday, January 6th, 1-4:30pm

Ages: 15+

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When: Mondays, Sept. 11th – Dec. 18th, 3:30-4:30pm

Ages: 6-12

“Slo Drawz” Drawing & Social Club

Want to improve your drawing skills while also building a community of supportive creatives? Then join the drawing group Slo Drawz!

  Artist: Mark Selby

2nd and 4th Monday of each month, 5-7 pm

Next Session Monday, November 27th

Please join us, sessions are $20 each with a suggested tip for the fabulous models! Advance registration is suggested – maximum of 15 people per session! Please sign up by messaging the Instagram @SloDrawz or at spencerpoulterart.com

Watercolor Without Fear with Virginia Mack

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When: Wednesdays, 1:30pm-3:30pm
Ages: 16-100

Beyond the Basics Watercolor with Virginia Mack

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When: Wednesdays, 10:30am-12:30pm

Ages: 16-100


Community Bulletin Board

If you’d like us to advertise your art event here, please email us at artcentralslo@yahoo.com

Don’t miss the 47th Annual Aquarius exhibit featuring a wide array of watermedia artworks, ranging in styles from experimental to traditional. Digital entries will be accepted starting December 1st until January 7th, 2024.

The exhibition is open to all artists residing in California! Entry forms won’t be “live” until December 1st, but check out their call for entries for more information.

For more information contact Josh at talbottfineart@gmail.com

Josh will only stretch unpainted (primed or unprimed) canvas – won’t stretch artwork – thanks for understanding!

From watercolor to block printing to pastel to drawing, Tricia does it all! She has added many new classes for the fall & winter seasons, all available in further detail on her website.


Let’s keep in touch!


– and remember –

Even broken crayons can still color!

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