Tap into your inner Picasso! Come to Paint the Town in University Village to paint a set of four (4) salad plates or soup bowls, or two (2) of each. You will leave your painted pieces at the studio to be clear glazed and fired, and the finished masterpieces will be ready for pick up in a week!
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Warren Knapp is a West Coast artist with a painting studio and art gallery in Palm Springs, California. Knapp's work includes abstract, musical instruments, floral paintings, and is especially known for his tall impressionist tulip paintings.
Warren is a graduate of Pasadena's Art Center College of Design. From his Palm Springs studio and gallery, the artist creates hand painted fine art for home, home offices and corporate spaces.
Size: 36" W x 36" L
John Ferrie calls Vancouver, British Columbia home and where he studied art at Emily Carr College of Art and Design.
His love of Vancouver and life on the west coast inspires the images of flow in whimsy - sweeping brush strokes, fearless color choices, and intrinsic detail. His medium is acrylic paint on canvas, stylized and potent, in jewel-toned expression.
Exhibiting work in Seattle, Hong Kong, Miami, New York and San Francisco, travel has been a great influence in John's work. He has participated in Artist Residencies in Paris, Hong Kong, and New York City.
Size: 29" W x 37" L
Francisco X. Mora was born in Mexico City and has been drawing ever since. He says, "Since as long as I can remember, a pencil or a crayon has been in my right hand." He has traveled and studied art throughout Mexico including restoration of murals by David Alfaro Siquerios and Diego Rivera. After working on mural art, Mora studied ceramics, printmaking, and textiles. In 1980, Mora moved to the United States and continued his study of printmaking. Mora also illustrates children's books.
This framed piece is entitled "Family of Lizards in the Kitchen" and is in watercolor.
Size: 16" W x 21" L
Condition note: There is some dimpling of the paper along the bottom edge. The piece could be easily resized.