After much anticipation, we’re happy to finally have most of the Montana Gold spray paints back in stock. Check out what one of our talented local artists, Teal Taylor, created with them!
Get in contact with him on Instagram @twice_the_one1
We’re proud to host the California Central Coast Pastel Society for our exhibit “Luminous Expressions”.
“Our primary objective is to bring soft pastel to the forefront as a fine art medium. Since we live and work in one of the most beautiful parts of California, it’s not hard to find inspiration here.
We share and enlighten others about pastel art through annual exhibitions, painting demonstrations and classes, field trips and online learning, as well as workshops with nationally known and local artists.”
Upcoming Classes & Workshops
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.
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!
FREE Golden Paints Lecture Demo with Judy Gittelsohn
Learn about Golden products with Golden Paints Working Artist Judy Gittelsohn, she’ll share her wealth of knowledge about acrylics and mediums to help you achieve anything. Learn valuable information about acrylics!
Please register by emailing us at email@example.com with “Judy G Lecture” in the subject line
Saturday, July 22nd, 10:30 am-12:30 pm
Want to improve your drawing skills while also building a community of supportive creatives? Then join the drawing group Slo Drawz!
Artist: Cody Wood
2nd and 4th Monday of each month, 5-7 pm
Next Session Monday, June 26th
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
Call for Artists!
Heads up… we’ll be having a figurative open exhibit in September.
Stayed tuned for the artist contract & more info!
“The Cincinnati Art Museum turned to a scientist at the University of Cincinnati for help solving a mystery 1,300 years in the making.
The museum’s Chinese dancing horse sculpture is so realistic that the fiery steed seems ready to gallop off its pedestal. But East Asian art curator Hou-mei Sung questioned the authenticity of a decorative tassel on the terracotta horse’s forehead that resembles the horn of a mythological unicorn.
The museum reached out to UC College of Arts and Sciences assistant professor of chemistry Pietro Strobbia for help to determine if the tassel was original to the work.”
Read more here!
Community Bulletin Board
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Exhibit open until June 26th
This exceptional showcase features a stunning collection of functional & decorative fine craft; traditional & abstract photography; & vibrant imaginative sculpture. This contemporary artwork has diverse content, styles, media & methods by members of Central Coast Craftmakers, Central Coast Photographic Society & Central Coast Sculptors.
Head over to Art Center Morro Bay to learn firsthand how Larry transforms offbeat materials, fused glass, quirky & creative ‘sparks.’
Monday, June 19th, 5-7pm
Every year Morro Bay Art Association holds Art in the Park Festivals on July 4 weekend as one of their annual fundraisers. The proceeds help fund children’s art classes, and provide scholarships and other programs throughout the year.
Enter your art free at the MBAA booth at Art in the Park; just sign up as a Cashier of Rover for a short shift.
Check it out July 1st, 2nd, 3rd from 10am-5pm
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