Simplifying for Strength- with Kim Lordier
September 29, 2022 to October 1, 2022
Parker Arts, Culture & Events (PACE) 20000 Pikes Peak Avenue Parker, CO 80138
9 am - 5 pm including set-up and clean-up dailyDo you find yourself caught up with the detail in your paintings? Do you wish for a bolder impact from across the room?
Let's dive a little deeper into composition and values. Let's dig a little deeper into orchestrating color harmony to strengthen and support our concept.
Weather permitting be prepared to work both indoors and on location.
Let's work hard and have some fun doing it!Kim Lordierhttps://www.kimfancherlordier.com
Native to the San Francisco Bay Area and a graduate of the Academy of Art University, San Francisco CA, Kim Lordier combines keen observation and sensitivity to her award winning landscapes. In 2002 she was introduced to the art of the Early California Impressionists at the Oakland Museum. Currently, Lordier's paintings are in private collections throughout the country, and have been exhibited at the Autry Museum, Coors Western Art Show in Denver, National Arts Club NY, Haggin Museum, Forbes Galleries, Pasadena Museum of California Art, Irvine Museum and the Laguna Art Museum.
Her work has been showcased on the cover of Art of the West, Southwest Art, and The Pastel Journal, as well as featured in Art of the West, PleinAir Magazine, Fine Art Connoisseur, Western Art and Architecture, The Pastel Journal, American Artist and The Artist Magazine.
Most recently, Lordier received the Patrons Choice Award at Maynard Dixon Country in Mt. Carmel Utah.
Kim is a Signature Member of the California Art Club, the Pastel Society of America, Laguna Plein Air Painters Association, and a Distinguished Pastelist of the Pastel Society of the West Coast. A coveted workshop instructor, Kim leads workshops across the country.
University of San Francisco, BFA Illustration 1989
Academy of Art University, San Francisco BFA Illustration 1989COVID restrictions: All participants must provide proof of full vaccination against Covid-19, including boosters as appropriate, to Contact email below. Local Covid restrictions will be followed at the time of workshop.Contact:
Lisa Camilla Hale firstname.lastname@example.orgWorkshop Fee:
(including processing fees)
PSC Members $509
Non-Members $560Cancellations: If you need cancel before August 29, 2022 you will get a full refund minus $75 for processing. If you need to cancel within the month of September you will only be able to get a refund (minus $75) if we have others on a waiting list that can take your spot. If we have to cancel the workshop you will get a refund for the total amount paid.Maximum students: 15There are currently 14 signed up, with 1 space open (Sept 19, 22)
PSC Signature/Master Signature Show, "Taking MORE Chances"
October 21, 2022 to November 10, 2022
Bitfactory Gallery 851 Santa Fe Drive, Denver
Deadline for entries is Friday, October 7th, at midnight.
Desmond O'Hagan will be our judge of awards.
Reception; Friday, October 21st (details TBA)Attention Signature and Master Signature Members!!
Our Master/Signature Show is open and taking registrations for both the show and the workshop!
"Taking MORE Chances" will be an in-person show at Bitfactory Gallery at 851 Santa Fe Drive in Denver.
Signature and Master Signature members have an opportunity to once again "step outside the box" with new or experimental work.
This show is NOT juried for entry, so it is the artist's choice what paintings to show. There is NO need to submit images, only to enter by the deadline.
A body of work, 3 to 5 pieces, will be hung showing some commonality or theme that relates them all.
Delivery to Bitfactory will be on October 14 between 11:30 am and 2:30 pm. The Prospectus may be found online on our PSC website, under Resources.
*** Remember! You do not need to submit images! Just enter the show and bring your paintings to Bitfactory on October 14th.
Show Co-Chairpersons are Karen Spotts and Sandy Marvin
NOTE: ONLY PSC SIGNATURE AND MASTER SIGNATURE MEMBERS MAY PARTICIPATE IN THIS SHOW.
SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR INFORMATION ON HOW TO QUALIFY AS A SIGNATURE MEMBER... https://pastelsocietyofcolorado.org/pdfs/PSC_Signature_Member_Application.pdf
Desmond O'Hagan Workshop
November 19, 2022 to November 20, 2022
The Experimental Pastel--Landscapes, Figurative, etc. with Desmond O'Hagan
NOW OPEN TO ALL!
"This 2-day workshop explores experimentation in the process of painting. A primary goal is to have each participant step out of their comfort zone to pursue alternative ideas, methods and techniques. An essential element of painting is personal artistic growth, and experimentation is crucial. We will explore expressionism and abstract art and how to incorporate elements of both in representational pastels. My teaching method is customized to each participant's needs and includes daily lectures and demos."
Dates: November 19 and 20, 2022
Hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Deadline to sign up: November 5th, 2022
PSC Current Members: $295 + processing fees
Non-Members: $345 + processing fees
Maximum: 11 students (we will take a wait-list)
Cancellations: If you need cancel before October 19th, 2022 you will get a full refund minus $75 for processing. If you need to cancel after October 19th you will only be able to get a refund (minus $75) if we have others on a waiting list that can take your spot. If we have to cancel the workshop you will get a refund for the total amount paid.