Shirley Albrecht will be demonstrating basketweaving techniques at our April 13 meeting. Her workshop will be Saturday, April 15 from 9:30 – 3:30 at Pine Shadows Club House, 2050 W. 89A. You can sign up at the April 13 meeting or call Elaine Bomkamp 928-451-1182 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Shirley is a master basket weaver. View her website to see her beautiful baskets.
Bring a pencil, tape measure, scissors(pruning shears work best), small towel and apron if you like. I will be bringing the water buckets, spray bottles, tools and extra towels. I am going to be teaching a small traditional basket, called the Arrow Twill weave, so the material cost will be only $7.00. It is 4″h x 6w x 6″d. I will give them a choice on the color accent of Teal or purple or red and I will have the necessary beads for the embellishment.
EL VALLE WORKSHOPS are from 9 to 4 and are held at the
To be determined: Jewelry, Wood Carving Or Painting/medium of Choice
Pine Shadows Club House, 2050 West State Route 89A, Cottonwood, AZ. Members pay $50 and a possible materials fee per each instructor. There is a non-refundable fee of $10 to hold your spot in a workshop. Supply list and description will be provided by Elaine Bomkamp, email@example.com when available.
EL VALLE WORKSHOPS are from 9:30 to 3 and are held at the Pine Shadows Club House, 2050 West State Route 89A, Cottonwood, AZ. Members pay $55, non-members’ cost is $65, and a possible materials fee per each instructor. There is a non-refundable fee of $25 to hold your spot in a workshop.
Joan is an award winner in the Mixed Media division in El Valle’s Fall Show 2017, held at Pine Shadows. Come and learn her technique for beautiful bead weaving.
Betty has recently been selected as a master painter in the” American Impressionist Society”(AISM). She is also a signature member of “APAP”, Arizona Plein Air Painters Association.
Following years of instructing art in Colorado and California and developing her distinctive painting style, Betty and artist husband decided to follow the sun to the southwest where color and light are ever present. Betty, in discussing her painting style; impressionism, enthusiastic brushwork and the use of light and dark, shows the enthusiasm and spontaneity of getting the scene in her hands.
“What catches my eye is the effect light has on form in unique situations whether fleeting, spilling over, striking, etc. I challenge myself in capturing its dramatic and/or subtle effects. I strive for confident enthusiastic brushwork, the maximizing of color’s value and intensity range and a fresh painterly approach, the result appearing effortless” -Betty Carr
Loretta will be instructing us on how to paint on wineglasses. Come learn how to personalize a set for yourself or as a special gift! Contact Irene Bauman by April 16 to guarantee yourself a spot!
Cathy Stedman, a Sedona local, has been teaching watercolor since 1997. “Teaching is simply my best learning tool and I hope to bring others along as I learn”, says Stedman. She has taken classes from several well-known artists including Frank Web, John Salminen, and Gretchen Lopez.
This is a 2 day workshop with Jo Toye for mixed media