Jan 18, 2016

Winter 2016 Art Contest!

Winners!


Ages 7-12 Category



~1st Place~
"Colorado in Full Bloom"
Abby Waite
Age: 12
Medium: acrylic
Size: 18 x 36 in.






~2nd Place~
Peaceful Sunrise”
Benjamin Spivey
Age: 11
Medium: acrylic
Size: 14 x 11






~3rd Place~


Mirrored Landscape”
Abigail Spivey
Age: 11
Medium: Acrylic paint 
Size: 14 x 11




Honorable Mentions:


"A Green Day"
Raina Shaw
age: 10
Medium: pencil, colored pencil & watercolor
Size: 11 in. X 14 in.



Lighthouse on the Ocean”
Lauren Lindberg
Age: 10
Medium: Acrylic Paints
Size: 11x14



Ages 13-18 Category



~1st Place~
The Playful Puffin”
Maghee Fleischer
Age: 13
Medium: Watercolor
Size: 6in. x 9in.






~2nd Place~


Blossoms in the Wind”
Emma Abegg
Age: 13
Medium: water color





~3rd Place~
Wintertide”
Olivia Palaschak
Age: 16
Medium: Acrylic
Size: 8x10 canvas






Honorable Mentions:




A Horse's Christmas”
FuMei Sorteberg
Age: 13
Medium: Acrylic paint
Size: 16 x 20




Summer Flowers”
Emily Forney
Age: 13
Medium: Acrylics
Size: 9x12



Who are the Judges?


Michael Carroll

Michael Carroll is a traditional and tradigital painter, using acrylics and sometimes Photoshop and Terragen. He loves to paint space, dinosaurs, and other images of God's great creation around us for magazines, books, and just for fun.


Scott Lines

Scott is a landscape painter who works en plein air (outdoor, on location) and in his studio.  He has been interested in art as long as he can remember and has painted in oils for over 20 years.  Scott studied painting under many master teachers and has had years and years of dedicated practice.  He is an award winning artist and is a member of Plein Air Artists of Colorado (PAAC) and the Oil Painters of America (OPA).   Scott enjoys painting and teaching art to students of all ages and abilities.  He is very thankful for all the art knowledge people have shared with him and feels it is his duty and privilege to pass it along to others.  Scott’s work can be seen at www.ScottLines.com.  Please reach out to him via his website “contact us” link or by phone at 720.320.4723


Shari Mallot

I have officially been an artist since the age of 8 when I took my first oil painting class.
As an adult I taught at a private studio for 18 years and was an Artist in Residence at a LPS school for 2 years and helped develop their art program. I am now retired. I enjoy working in watercolor and pastel but I am a hopeless collector of junk that I use to make 3D assemblage and mixed media collage.


Nov 16, 2014

Aug 15, 2014

Fall Art Classes!


Check out the pages above for class lists and details

Polymer Clay Creations

Ages 12 - 18


Join us for a short class full of fun! Learn to create miniatures, beads, and other small things with Polymer Clay. 


What is Polymer Clay?
A plastic based sculpt-able clay that does not air dry. It is baked to harden and can be made into many different things. Just Pinterest it and be inspired!

Class 1: Fridays in October

Dates: 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st
Times: 3:15-4:15
Price: $12 per child per class
or $55 per child for all 5 classes


Class 2: Two Fridays in December (Christmas themed!)

Dates: 5th, 12th
Times: 3:15-4:15
Price: $12 per child per class



Materials: 
Example of a full set

- set of Polymer Clay with many colors (one set can be shared between siblings. This can be bought online or at any arts and crafts supplies stores).
- oven and cookie sheets at home

Location:


Fragile Glory Impressions Art Studio
5306 S. Bannock, St., Unit 215
Littleton, CO 80120


To Register: Click Here!