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Debra Nadelhoffer

Debra Nadelhoffer Artist Workshop, Oils or Pastels: Feb. 8-10, 2018

OPA Award Winner Debra Nadelhoffer, artist workshop “Landscapes on the Forgotten Coast”, Feb. 8-10, 2018 (TH-SA).

COME JOIN US AS WE PAINT THE BEAUTIFUL COASTAL AREA IN APALACHICOLA, FL

We will go outside to gather information through sketches, photos and small paintings. I will focus on how to simplify all of the information into masses, values and composition. We will be working on small panels or paper to keep our shapes and values simple. I will do a demo each day and then provide individual attention to each student at their easels. In case of rain, we will use our photos and sketches to develop paintings inside. Bring several (2-3 per day) smaller canvases or boards to paint on no larger than 11×14. Pastellists need to bring several pre-cut surfaces to use for the studies. Critique for each students workshop pieces is available if requested. Class will begin at 9:00 each morning and will go to 4:00 in the afternoon with an hour for lunch.

One woman show: Friday, 2/9, 5:30-7 pm. Meet the artist. Wine reception open house at On the Waterfront Gallery, 117 Market Street, Apalachicola, FL. Free admission.
Weekend Warrior Workshop, Landscape Painting, at WOW (Workshops On the Waterfront), 117 Market Street, Apalachicola, FL.
$350 includes all activities.

To sign up, tickets available at https://squareup.com/store/on-the-waterfront-gallery or call 850-653-9699 to register in advance.

Recommended supply list: NADELHOFFER Supply List

Debra’s paintings will be on display and available to purchase.

Refund policy: cancel less than 7 days prior to start (or no show) – no refund; cancel at least 7 days (or if workshop cancelled) – 100% refund.

Joseph Palmerio Oil Painting Workshop, October 27-30, 2017

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Joseph Palmerio Oil Painting Workshop: October 27-30, 2017.
Workshop utilizing two color palette, emphasizing warm and cool relationships. We will also cover complementary color palette, making use of and understanding the secondary colors of the palette, simplifying the landscape using limited palettes, and understanding the sky and how it relates to the entire landscape.

Friday, October 27, 5:30-7pm: One man show: Meet the artist. Wine reception open house at On the Waterfront Gallery, 117 Market Street, Apalachicola, FL. Free admission.

Saturday thru Monday, October 28-30: Weekend Warrior Workshop at WOW (Workshops On the Waterfront), 117 Market Street, Apalachicola, FL. 9am-1pm (subject to change). Students: minimum 6, maximum 12.
$350 includes all activities.
To sign up, go to https://squareup.com/store/on-the-waterfront-gallery or call 850-653-9699.

See the Facebook Events at: https://www.facebook.com/events/130957817502046 and https://www.facebook.com/events/297218324094060

 

Recommended Workshop Supplies: Oil Colors: Transparent Oxide Red (if unable to acquire, Burnt Sienna will do), Cadmium Red Light, Thalo Rose (also Alizarin Crimson will do), Yellow Ochre, Hansa Yellow Light (Cadmium Yellow will also do), Titanium White, Viridian Green, Kings Blue, and Ultramarine Blue.

These colors will cover all the exercises we will be doing. I use only flat brushes, numbers 2,4,6,8, and 10. I use Princenton Catalyst brushes, and a large palette knife along with two smaller ones.

The canvas panels are oil primed linen by Centurion. Students may use sheets of canvas or whatever is to their liking. I recommend sizes 11 x 14 and 12 x 16″ for this workshop. Along with 5 small pieces of canvas 6 x 8″ for landscape exercises.

My medium that I use is Gamblin’s Galkyd. That’s regular Galkyd, not lite galkyd.

We will be doing still life set ups and some landscape pieces.

 

October 27 to November 15: Joseph’s work will be on display and available for purchase.

About Joseph: He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pa. and the Barnes Foundation, Lower Merion, Pa. Studied Sculpture at the Frudakis Academy, and metal sculpture at Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Joseph taught painting in community arts centers in Philadelphia, and Colorado, and spent seven years teaching physically challenged adults, in Philadelphia. He is in numerous private collections, throughout the country, including The Coville Collection in Sarasota, the Grant Collection in Reston Va., the Havard Collection in Philadelphia.

Website: http://www.palmerioart.com/

Mr. Palmerio was born Aug. 12, 1949 in Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Palmerio has been a resident of Sarasota for the past twenty five years.  He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pa. and the Barnes Foundation, Lower Merion, Pa.  Studied Sculpture at the Frudakis Academy, and metal sculpture at Tyler School of Art, Temple University.  A roofer by trade, he also worked as a recreation leader for the City of Philadelphia, and he was the Director of Recreation for the Ute Mountain Ute Indian tribe in Colorado.  He has a private pilots license and also maintains a Master Captains boating license, having captained boats for 12 years.   He stared in the short film about an artist, A Lot in Common, which was in the Sarasota Film Festival, 2011. He taught painting in community arts centers in Philadelphia, and Colorado, and spent seven years teaching physically challenged adults, in Philadelphia.

He is in numerous private collections, throughout the country, The Coville Collection in Sarasota, the Grant Collection in Reston Va., the Havard Collection in Philadelphia.

Commissions include six large landscapes for the Acme Market Corporation in Great Valley Pa., 10 X 30 foot wall mural for the City of Philadelphia, Murphy Recreation Center, and two 12 x 40 foot murals for Motivation Inc. in the Orlando Airport, of the Atocha treasure ship and a 10 x 40 foot mural for Duval House B & B in Key West.

He was the Everglades Artist in Residence in 2003, and interviewed on National Public Radio, Arts Edition, with Amy Tardiff.  The Sarasota Herald Tribune wrote a comprehensive article on him in the Sunday edition of September 28, 2003.  He was on the Fine Arts Society Tour in Sarasota, in 2006, and again in 2009, and 2013, and was interviewed by Linda Carson of Channel 7 news.   He was voted in the top 100 Paint America show in the Coutts Museum in Kansas in 2010.  Mr. Palmerio was the artist in residence for the Great Sand Dunes National Park, in Sept. of 2011. He is the featured artist in the May 2011 issue of Scene Magazine of Sarasota.  He was invited in 2012 to the Bennington Vt. Plein Air, paint out.   Canaveral Paint outs of 2012-13 and  The Winter Park Fl. Paint out.  Annapolis Md, Paint Out, and won the people’s choice award in the quick draw competition in 2014. In June of 2013 the peoples choice award  in the Frederick Md. quick draw competition. First place in Tarpon Springs Quick Draw competition Nov. 2014,and 2017 and won the quick draw competitions in the Sarasota paint out 2015, and 2016.  Joe has exhibited nationally in the Oil Painters of America show, and  the National Oil and Acrylic Painter Best in America show in Bolivar Mo.

His painting donations have helped fundraisers throughout the country.  His plein air paintings emphasize a soft brushwork that captures the fleeting moments of nature. His Abstractions originate from the natural environment, which bursts forth into a dynamic flow of painterly rhythms.

Joe’s painting demos and workshops and critique nights are well attended throughout the country.

 

Refund policy: cancel prior to start less than 7 days (or no show) no refund; cancel at least 7 days prior to start (or if workshop cancelled) 100% refund.

Charlie Sawyer, Photographer | Workshop Sep29-Oct1; Show to 10/25/17

We are pleased to be hosting the Charlie Sawyer, Photographer Workshop, Sep.30 & Oct.1, 2017. Charlie is a featured Photographer at our gallery, and would like to share some of his knowledge and skills with others.

Schedule:

Friday, 9/29, 5:30-7pm: Open House Wine Reception. Meet Charlie, see his work, and enjoy some light refreshments, wine and hors d’oeuvres. Free admission.

Sat. 9/30, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
A Photographer’s Eye: How To See And Capture Photographs In The World Around Us
Join photographer Charlie Sawyer for a walk around downtown Apalachicola and the waterfront. He’ll share his techniques for seeing potential photographs in the environment, and then share the technical knowledge necessary to capture the images in ways that show them in their best light. Charlie will demonstrate how to select the best angle, compose the shot, and which camera settings you should use to get the most out of any digital camera. Bring any digital camera, with fully-charged batteries and plenty of available memory.

Sat. 9/30, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Reproducing Paintings: How To Produce High-Quality Digital Photographs Of Your Paintings
Photographer Charlie Sawyer will demonstrate how to position artwork, lighting, and the camera to get high-quality reproductions of paintings. Charlie will show you which of your camera’s settings you should use to get the most faithful reproduction of your artwork. Indoor and outdoor techniques will be demonstrated. Charlie will also demonstrate how to resize the images for various purposes, such as Giclee prints, contest submissions, and posting on the web. Bring any digital camera, with fully-charged batteries and plenty of available memory.

Sun. 10/1, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Basic Photo Editing: How To Use Any Photo Editing Software To Make Your Photos Look Better.
Photographer Charlie Sawyer will demonstrate how to process and prepare any photographs you have taken, to make them look their best. He’ll start out with the basic tools that are freely available on any computer (and on the web), and then demonstrate some advanced techniques that come with more sophisticated programs like PhotoShop.

Cost: $35 each workshop. Maximum 15 participants per workshop. Tickets available at https://squareup.com/store/on-the-waterfront-gallery or call 850-653-9699 to register in advance. Refund policy: cancel less than 7 days (or no show) no refund; cancel at least 7 days prior to start (or if workshop cancelled) 100% refund.

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9/29-10/25: Charlie’s work will be on display and available for purchase.

About Charlie Sawyer: he is a retired leadership development facilitator, instructional designer, and educator. He is an award-winning fine art photographer and an amateur singer-songwriter. You can find Charlie on Facebook and LinkedIn. And visit Charlie’s European travel blog, 1700Somewhere.com. Charlie lives with his wife in Apalachicola, Florida, USA.

Website: https://charliesawyer.com/