- Tuesday January 8, 2013
- 9:30am - 12:30pm
- Art Center Sarasota 707 N. Tamaimi Tr Sarasota, FL 34236
- Group Hosting:
- Art Center Sarasota
- Lisa Berger
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- Ticket Price:
- $170m/$200nm; Artist Demo: Jan 5, 2013, 1-4pm free
Abstract Painting in Mixed Media I with Fernando Madridejos Mixed Media, All Levels Tuesdays, Jan 8 – Feb 12, 2013; 9:30-12:30pm $170m/$200nm; Artist Demo: Jan 5, 2013, 1-4pm free The class is designed to develop ways of saying things and translating the drawn or verbal image into the language of abstraction, thus achieving the student's artistic potential. Students will be encouraged to find their own style through experimentation. Learn the technique of using acrylic paints with other mediums for special effects on different surfaces. Approach to different styles of abstract paintings and use of color, line, forms and collages will be covered. There will be demos, creative exercises and one-on-one instruction for each student followed by critiques. Beginners welcome.
PHOTO GALLERY: Islander Club Art Fair
On March 7, the Islander Club held its 5th annual Art Fair featuring works created by residents. Watercolors, acrylic paintings, pottery, photography and many other mediums were included in the fair.
PHOTO GALLERY: Tara Golf and Country Club Fashion Show
The parking lots and lawn areas in front of Tara Golf and Country Club were filled to maximum capacity March 7, as the community's residents gathered to watch models strut down the runway. The all-women crowd sipped on red wine, as they sat at tables with multi-colored flowers as centerpieces.
PHOTO GALLERY: Sarasota Chamber Clays Tournament
The Sarasota Chamber of Commerce held its 6th annual Clays Tournament Friday, March 7. Nearly 75 chamber members competed in teams of four or five on twelve different open ranges. Members enjoyed friendly competition at the all-day event, which was held at the Sarasota Trap, Skeet and Clays in Nokomis.
SPD continues homeless crackdown
After establishing an overtime patrol for Five Points Park and Pineapple Park, the Sarasota Police Department is also monitoring J.D. Hamel Park for illicit activity.