Margaret Magnuson recently explained to the class her experience of having the watercolor portrait she painted of her sister converted onto a canvas. If you are interested in having this … Continue readingCanvas Prints
Memorial Day will be a Federal Holiday celebrated on Monday, May 27. If you are not planning to attend class on that day, please advise Gay in advance so she … Continue readingMemorial Day 2019
Studio Spring Cleaning is now underway. If you have any finished or unfinished work or supplies left at the Studio, now is the time to retrieve it. Gay needs the … Continue readingStudio Spring Cleaning
The passing on Easter Sunday of our dear friend and fellow painter, Natalie Ballard, is a sad loss. Natalie was a long time student at Shiles Studio as well as … Continue readingNatalie Ballard
This is something that inspired a fun session of paint pouring.
A street artist in France is making the streets more colorful with origami.
A mom and her son turn bubble-blowing into an art form. There are the most beautiful pictures I’ve seen in a long time. It reminds us to look for art … Continue readingIce Bubbles
Here is a great reminder that art isn’t just for museums or gracing the walls of a home. Sometimes art is an expression of love on… a sandwich.
The artists’ reception went very well today. Enjoy the video of the awards ceremony and the pictures below.
Think you know color? See how your experience of color stacks up by taking this simple color test.