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    Charleston Interactive Painting Demonstration

    Saturday, 29 July 2017

    Painting detailed realism in miniature is different from painting large. Learn why as Debra Keirce demonstrates miniature painting techniques.

    Plein Air Workshop-Seattle Area

    Saturday, 12 August 2017 - Monday, 14 August 2017

    Ned Mueller- Plein Air Workshop. "The Art of Seeing"  Landscape painting is mostly about learning how to see; how to interpret, compare and edit the shapes and colors of the scene we choose to paint.

    Chrome to Canvas - A Solo Art Exhibition by Realist Vehicle Painter, Shannon “Shan” Fannin

    Thursday, 31 August 2017

     

    The Link & Pin Art Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition featuring new works by Award Winning Vehicle Painter, Shan Fannin. The “Chrome to Canvas” Exhibition will run from September 1-October 1, 2017. Opening reception and artist meet is Friday, September 8 from 5:30-8pm. Gallery hours are Friday-Sunday 11-4:00, or by appointment.

    Request An Expanded Professional Critique

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    Get a Professional Critique of your Painting: $35

    A professional artist member judge from our painting contest will review your painting and give you an expanded critique on what is positive or negative, with answers to your specific questions. Written critique from 300 to 500 words includes specific answers to your questions. Introductory price: $35 USD. Service available to members or non-members alike. See latest posted reviews here.

    Criteria for Review: In addition to constructively commenting on your use of elements such as color, values, composition, drawing, originality, mood, etc, the judge will give you his or her immediate impression of the work and if possible, ways to improve.
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    Terms: Party/artist requesting a review agrees to accept judge's comments and written review as delivered. There shall be no refund offered after judge delivers the review. It shall be understood that the review is based on the training and experience of the reviewer, is subjective in nature, and not a definitive assessment of a particular artwork. Judges are professional artists with an extensive record of achievement, with some or all of the following: academic credentials, membership in established art organizations, authored publications in books and magazines, multiple gallery promotions, acceptance into juried shows, and leaders of popular painting workshops.
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