Join us for the March 18th 2017 Paso Robles Art Association General Meeting at 10:00 am to hear all that is new with the Association followed by a special presentation by Dorthy (Dot) Lefebvre of the Eighteen-Ninety House. Held in The Showroom gallery (Studio #7 inside Studios on the Park), the meeting is open to all. Please plan to enter through the bright yellow door on Railroad Street as Studios on the Park is closed at that time.
Dot Lefebvre of the Eighteen-Ninety House has been in the business of custom framing, matting and fine prints since 1966. She was schooled in commercial arts, but has spent countless hours in museums studying art and their containers(frames). Her presentation will cover the care and protection of your art work as well the relation artwork to it’s frame. This will be a great interactive presentation so bring plenty of questions or even a piece of art to get advice for a good frame. Also I would like to include that Dot gives 15% discount to all PRAA members and that she said she has many used frames for a cheap price.
PRAA General Meeting
Saturday, February 18, 2017 10:00 – 1200
Join us for the February 18, 2017 Paso Robles Art Association general meeting to hear all that is new and to give your input and ideas. We will start at 10:00am with new member docent training followed at 10:30 with our general meeting. At 11:00 we will have a special presentation from Liz Hudson. Please enter through the bright yellow door on Railroad Street as Studios on the Park is closed at that time.
The artist Elizabeth Hudson is painter who enjoys acrylic abstract to oil landscapes. She has painted on canvas, board, wall murals, wine barrels and a utility box for the City of SLO. Having a love of travel, many of her works are inspired by the places around the world she has visited. She attended many supplemental art classes growing up and graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a degree in graphics. Since then she attended many workshops to further her knowledge including private mentorship with Leigh Hyams in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Her works has been shown in the San Luis Obispo art museum and participates in Open Studios through Arts Obispo.
Elizabeth currently lives in Paso Robles with her husband and two young daughters and works out of her backyard art studio.
“My presentation will cover: When I was able to call myself an artist and how I continue to grow creatively.”
To see more work and information go to https://www.facebook.com/lizhudsonart/info