“Maybe Next Year” Penny Hanscom, the NCA October artist of the month paints with fabric. She creates intricate collages utilizing hundreds of pieces of fabric each carefully selected for their contribution to the larger composition. She has spent the last decade developing and mastering her unique process. Her subjects range form humorous to serious, still life to social commentary andRead more
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Northern California Arts, Inc. Board invited the Print Club at CSUS to plan an
Aspiring Artist Debut exhibition to be held in November 2021 at the
Sacramento Fine Arts Center. This exhibition will include work by CSUS
printmaking students in gallery 3 and work by undergraduate students juried
from a national call for entries in the Foyer.
For our October meeting we will have Valerie Birkhoff. Valerie will discuss her inspiration, show you one of the processes she uses for a figure sculpture, and talk about finishes. She’s
going to include a video, some of her favorite references, materials, and a live demo.
Northern California Arts, Bold Expressions 2021 International Art Show is now hung. Please come and see it! at Sacramento Fine Arts.Read more
Elaine Hudson enjoys bold statements and strong colors, preferring a loose, impressionistic rendering of what she sees. She loves playing with her art, and finds joy in the everyday world around her. Humor, whimsy and a bit of mischief find their way into her work and she cherishse the connection with her public.Read more
For the September meeting will feature Steve Memering to critique work from members.Read more
Join us for two all day workshops starting at 8:00 am. (while cool) E Street Gallery, 1115 Street, Sacramento. We will have the opportunity to work with Genesis Torres as he produces these large format prints in his style of print making.
Friday morning will be the primary demonstration and afternoon independent work with help from Genesis and other print makers. (There will be a waiting list for one -day registrations, once the workshop reaches its minimum of 8 two day printers.) Then the one -day registrations will be admitted on a first come first serve basis for only Fridays.