Join award-winning artist Margaret Godfrey for three fun-filled days of creating new and interesting ways to paint. Explore using your own symbols and shapes to add personal content to your art.
In this workshop, Margaret will demonstrate several ways of creating patterns and collage materials, then show ways to use them in your art to make your work unique and more meaningful. As a story-telling artist, Margaret will help you bring more content and ideas into your art. There will be daily demos and Margaret will work with each individual.
“Margaret does a great job working with participants with a wide range of interest, approaches and experiences.” -- Diane, class participant
The marriage of watercolor with pen and ink can be magical. This three day workshop will look at how to incorporate Pen and Ink in a dynamic watercolor painting. Day one begins with looking at the different pen strokes and the ways pen techniques are used in a painting, then applying that to a piece to be completed with watercolor. On days two and three you will explore textures and pen and ink in a more freestyle way. You will create your own small watercolor journal to use with our pen and ink techniques, and Anji will demonstrate some tips and tricks on how to prepare a journal for future paintings.
OSA Gallery Hours: Monday - Saturday, 1 - 4 pm daily (excluding holidays) The OSA Gallery is free and open to the public. Visitors are welcome!
OSA's "Gallery Two" series showcases artists and arts organizations in several week-long shows throughout the year. Gallery Two shows are an opportunity for OSA to share our gallery space and to be inspired by diverse and unique talents in the wider community! Please join us for these upcoming exhibits and receptions.
Albertina Kerr’sPortland Art & Learning Studio (PALS) is an art center for adults with developmental disabilities, fostering creative growth and promoting an awareness of the cultural contributions from people of all abilities. As part of Albertina Kerr's community inclusion program, OSA partners with PALS to help promote and encourage PALS' artists creative practice.
Michelle Fromme, The Cat and The Mouse
UP NEXT IN THE GALLERY The Artists of IdeAL - PDX at OSA February 14 - March 4
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 16, 4 - 6pm Open to the Public
OSA welcomes fifteen artists from IdeAL-PDX in this 4th annual exhibit.
IdeAL - PDXis a collaboration among Latino Artists of the Northwest who come together to participate with different local organizations such as Oregon Society of Artists to show their work and the strength of relationships between colleagues.
Eduardo Cruz, Untitled
CALL TO ARTISTS
Spring Juried Show March 10 - 25
Reception and Awards Presentation: Sunday, March 10, 1 - 3pm
art take in: Thursday, March 7, 1pm - 4pm Friday, March 8, 10am - 1pm
Ruth Armitage, Snug Spot
Our first juried show of 2019 is coming up in March. It’s time to finish those paintings forOSA’s Spring Show! This is a members-only show. There is no specific theme, and no photography is allowed.
Entry Fees:$25 for first painting, $30 for two paintings
OSA is pleased to announceRuth Armitage as our Spring Show Juror. Ruth is a Signature member of many prestigious National Watercolor Societies, including NWS, RMNW, SDWS, NWWS, WFWS, CWA and WW. She is a Past President of the Watercolor Society of Oregon (WSO) and a recipient of their Outstanding Service Award. She was a popular instructor at OSA for several years.
Last Fall, Ruth was the Juror for the 2018 ISEA (International Society of Experimental Artists) Member Show held in Oregon. Most recently she earned a top award in the 95th National Watercolor Society Annual Exhibition, and was included in the 149th Annual American Watercolor Society Exhibition in New York.