NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ARTS, INC.
Artists supporting Artists since 1939
Anne Bradley Workshop
Date: Saturday June 3rd, 2023
Time: 10 AM to 3 PM
Location: MGM Studio 4204 Thistledown, Fair Oaks
This workshop is now full. Thank you!
We have another rare opportunity to spend over an hour with Anne Bradley, explaining the watercolor secrets she has developed. Anne brings out her samples developed over the years and the supplies she uses with watercolor. The workshop will include Anne’s demonstration and assistance till noon. Total cost for the day is $50 and lunch is included. See next page for materials list for workshop.
We want to thank Marie Dixon for offering and sharing MGM Studio for this workshop.
Once filled, there will be a waiting list set up. Register early to ensure a spot. Call Carol Brewer to register 916-346-7008.
Please make your check payable to Northern California Arts, Inc.
Please mail your check and your contact information to Carol Brewer 5832 Gibbons Drive Ste. A Carmichael, Ca. 95608
For more information contact Carol Brewer, workshop Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
About Anne Bradley
Anne York Bradley was born in the Hazard, KY. When she was a young child, the family moved to San Francisco and then settled in Sacramento. She attended Norte del Rio High School, American River College and Sierra College, currently residing in Carmichael, CA. While raising a family, she maintained a gallery in Old Folsom for 24 years as she continued her studies in art, welding, casting and sculpture. She worked with many decorators for custom model homes in the area during that time. Anne also worked as an “Expert Examiner” chairperson for the State of CA hiring personnel for several state agencies. She was the first woman to receive the Don Herberholz Award for Sculpture.
she received Best in Show KVIE Art Auction of the same year 2007, the CA State Fair gave her the Innovation Award 2010, In 2015, she also received Best of Show at the Oakwilde Sculpture Park Open competition. Anne is a founding member of the Sacramento Fine Arts Center and is currently represented by the newly remodeled High Hand Gallery in Loomis CA.
I do a lot of experimenting in my paintings, using water media. I also add some art papers, stencils, etc., sometimes it involves trying out new concepts and ideas with composition and design. You must take risks because there is no guarantee if your painting will turn out, but don’t worry we can always “fix” it and I can show you the ways to do it.
WHAT TO BRING:
- Your watercolors: liquid acrylic gouache or inks of your choice
- Paper – your choice
- Brushes – your choice
- Collage papers if you would want
- Spray bottles – REG and 2 or 3 small spray bottles, if you have any to mix paint in to use like an air brush.
- Containers for water
- Pictures of things you like (optional)
I WILL BRING:
- Extra brushes
- Different water and Collage paper for experimentation
- Examples of ways to start and finish a painting.