Join us for this special demo when Max Ginsburg returns to OSA in February. Attendance at the demo is included for those enrolled in Max's workshop; all others $50 online or at the door.
Since 1953, Max Ginsburg has exhibited extensively in public venues and galleries, and conducted many workshops both nationally and internationally. His paintings are a part of many museums and private collections.
An influential teacher for decades at important institutions such as The Art Students League of New York, Ginsburg's many awards include the Living Legend Lifetime Achievement Award presented at the "American Masters" exhibition at the Salmagundi Club in NYC in 2018.
Registration for both the workshop and demo available online at
Greg Lewis "Art Restoration: Repair Secrets Revealed”
The process of repair, restoration and conservation of artworks to
their original state is one of trained skill, patience, practice and a
passion for detail. Over time, many artworks, if cared for will last
indefinitely. However, the ravages of time, exposure to the elements of
moisture, sunlight, temperature and of course mishandling, can exact its
toll. The art mediums of paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics,
textiles and photography will be presented and discussed, as we reveal
the secrets from repair to conservation. Join us as we look at a
different side of the art world. greglewisstudios.net
Oregon Society of Artists 2185 SW Park Place Portland, Oregon 97205
Joanne Radmilovich Kollman "Alla Prima Painting Getting Ready for Max Ginsburg"
Nicole Poole will be the model for this alla-prima portrait demo.
Kollman will have handouts of Max Ginsburg’s palette, sharing how
Ginsburg neutralizes the warm 3 value reds with the 3 value greens.
Kollman will have her portraits and figure paintings on display from the
numerous workshops as well as a Ginsburg original of Tony Kollman, one
of OSA’s figure models. At this alla-prima portrait demo there will be handouts to
prepare for Max Ginsburg if you are considering the workshop (February
18-22, see our Workshop registration page for more details). We also
highly recommend Max’s Sunday demo, free to workshop participants and
$50 to the public. It includes a lecture and slide presentation on
Ginsburg’s career and large scale Social Justice paintings. https://www.radmilovichkollman.com