What's Happening!


Oct 3rd 11 am to 3 pm

Come Meet Deidre Trudeau

Oct 3rd to Dec 19th

"Seasons Imagined"

Nov 2nd to 4th

Lian Quan Zhen Zoom Watercolor class

click here for watercolor class details


580 Sixth Street in historic downtown Lincoln, CA   95648     916.209.3499

For the next few months, we'll be open only on Saturdays from 11 AM - 3 PM. 



Join us on Oct 3rd - 11 am to 3 pm 

To welcome our new Art Center Executive Manager

We are excited to have Deidre join our team!   

Deidre brings a fresh perspective on what art organizations and creative experiences can look like in the biggest little gallery in west Placer County !




We love what we do!   

We have a goal!    


Goal: $10,000.00
Collected: $80.00
1%


The Art Center is now open every Sat

We value the health and safety of our volunteers and visitors, we've installed some new measures to keep you safe. We'll take your temperature when you enter, ask you to wear a mask and observe physical distancing. If you don't have a mask, we'll provide one for you. 

We'll also have minimal contact payment options available should you desire to purchase anything...and we hope you do.



Upcoming events

    • November 02, 2020
    • 9:00 AM (PST)
    • November 04, 2020
    • 4:00 PM (PST)
    • Virtual Class via Zoom Online
    • 16
    Register

    Join us for our first 'virtual' watercolor class via Zoom

    with Lian Quan Zhen

    Paint from the comfort of your home!

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    For questions contact Jan Apfel at 916.408.1308 or by email janapfel@gmail.com

    Lian teaches basic techniques such as composition, color, and unique methods that include "Color Pouring and Blending" plus "Paint Around (negative painting).” He demonstrates color mixing on watercolor paper, as well as letting the pigments paint themselves.

    Only three primary colors will be used in this class.

    The demonstrations will be step-by-step. Students practice in between steps so that they can absorb and assimilate the lessons. Lian records the important demos and runs them multiple times during student practice to reinforce the learning process. His periodic critiques include comments and suggestions on participants’ class works…

     all designed to help students improve their paintings.

    Painting subjects will be horses and water lilies.

     




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