Join us on Thursday mornings at 10am Pacific Time to talk art and creativity with Winslow Art Center owner/director Martha Jordan and different guest artists each week.

Get inspired and hang out over coffee!

Join us on Thursday mornings at 10am Pacific Time to talk art and creativity with Winslow Art Center owner/director Martha Jordan and different guest artists each week.

Get inspired and hang out over coffee!

Join us on Thursday mornings at 10am Pacific Time to talk art and creativity with Winslow Art Center owner/director Martha Jordan and different guest artists each week.

Get inspired and hang out over coffee!

Join us on Thursday mornings at 10am Pacific Time to talk art and creativity with Winslow Art Center owner/director Martha Jordan and different guest artists each week.

Get inspired and hang out over coffee!

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December 2 - Ian de Hoog

Ian de Hoog is a Canadian artist and teacher working primarily in watercolour. He is an active member of the South Surrey and White Rock Arts Society, Semiahmoo Arts Society and the Federation of Canadian Artists. As an instructor, Ian is a frequent contributor to the Visiting Artists series for the Opus Arts Supply chain in British Columbia and is a watercolour instructor at the Shadbolt Centre for Fine Arts in Burnaby, BC. In addition to this Ian has also travelled throughout BC to give various workshops and demonstrations to different art groups and societies. instagram.com/iandehoogart/

 

December 16 - Philip Frey

Philip Frey is a celebrated career artist and instructor with a recently published book, Philip Frey: Here and Now, by Daniel Kany and Carl Little. Philip is known for his engaging, illuminating and positive teaching style. He is skilled at addressing his student’s abilities and helping them mature as an artist. He exhibits at Courthouse Gallery Fine Art, Greenhut Galleries, Edgewater Gallery and Carver Hill Gallery and will be featured in a solo exhibition at Courthouse Gallery Fine Art in the summer of 2022. philipfrey.com

 

December 23 - David Mensing

David Mensing‘s paintings are featured in collections and exhibitions across the nation and around the globe. He grew up in Iowa, surrounded by wide prairies and carefully groomed cornfields.  When he moved to The West as a young man, he was captivated by its raw beauty. Mensing’s ambition is to know and share that beauty through his work.  For Dave, each painting is a statement – his architectural background contributes to his compelling designs and he is careful to select titles that reflect the character and spiritual basis of the work. 

David Mensing lives in Sisters, Oregon with his wife and their three children.  

Numerous periodicals have featured his work with cover images and feature articles, including American Art Collector, Southwest Art and Western Art Collector.  Recent national awards include Southwest Art’s ‘Award of Excellence’ in Icons of the West and Art and Soul:  ‘Professional Juror / Best of Show.’  davidmensingfineart.com

 

January 6 - Suzie Baker

Suzie Baker is an award-winning artist whose paintings are regularly on display in magazines, prestigious national shows and plein air invitationals. She became president of Oil Painters of America in 2020 and holds signature status in that distinguished organization as well as the American Impressionist Society, American Women Artists, and others. In addition to being a still life and portrait artist, Suzie has been painting en plein air since she was a teenager. A sought-after instructor, for her humorous and informative style, Suzie teaches through her instructional video, Color Magic, and in workshops around the United States, Europe and close to her home in the Houston, Texas area. www.suziebaker.com

January 13 - Darrell Anderson

Winslow Art Center 98110

Darrell Anderson paints in gouache, casein, watercolors and oils, and draws in ink, graphite, and conte crayon. He studied under Ron Lukas, William F. Reese, Del Gish, Carolyn Anderson and others. Anderson lives and paints on Bainbridge Island, Washington, and often paints near his cabin in Montana. darrellandersonfineart.com

January 20 - John Seed

John Seed is a Professor Emeritus at Mt. San Jacinto College who holds degrees in Studio Art from Stanford University and UC Berkeley. During his 35 year teaching career Seed also taught Theory and Criticism in the MFA program of Laguna College of Art and Design. A noted writer and independent curator Seed is the author of Disrupted Realism: Paintings for a Distracted World as well as numerous blogs and articles. www.johnseed.com

January 27 - Patti Mollica

Patti Mollica delights in painting the world around her in a bold, confident style, with hues that are vibrant, energetic and contemporary. Her work is known for its fearless use of color and expressive brushwork, while still blending a delicate balance between impressionism, abstraction and realism.

She lives in Nyack, New York with her husband – a jazz musician, their dog, parrot and 3 cats. https://pattimollica.com

February 3 - Michael Weller

Michael Weller studied librarianship in Manchester and realised early on he didn’t want to be a librarian. Life-drawing cheered him up. Later he did a degree in Fine Art and studied portrait-painting at Lavender Hill Studios and drawing and painting with the New English Art Club. In 2015 he won the Le Clerc Fowle Medal for a group of outstanding paintings at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters’ annual exhibition, and the Winsor & Newton Award for a painting at the New English Art Club annual exhibition. michaelweller.co.uk

February 24 - Anne Blair Brown

Anne Blair Brown was born in North Kingstown, Rhode Island and raised in in Nashville, TN where she currently resides. Her work centers on intimate scenes inspired by local surroundings as well as travel in the US and abroad. “My artwork starts in reality and evolves through my imagination. As an impressionist, I believe in a painting process that enables me to tap into my creativity rather than trying to copy and perfect. My goal is to invite you, the viewer, to connect to the painting such that you personalize the experience and use your own imagination to complete the story.”