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Saturday, Dec 5
1-3 pm
Bring photos of folks you'd like to draw for a HOLIDAY PORTRAIT.

Goodwin Gallery
1902 Pacific

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Drawing Out Your Character,
One Scribble at a Time

NEW Workshop Series presented by JLI Art Club

A Few More Things Worth Knowing

Materials will be available at each session for you to use. JLI will supply sketching pencils and watercolor paints, brushes, paper and materials required to follow the demo. Feel free to bring any other tools you prefer.

Dress comfortably. You're likely to come away from every session with paint on your hands.

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Lead Artists are there to demonstrate and will be happy to answer questions.

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JLI's Art Club meetings
are free and open to all.

This second in the Art Club's paint & drawing series is designed for those interested in improving their figure drawing, and/or experimenting with watercolor painting techniques. Sessions will be held at JLI Studio. At each session the Club's Lead Artist will introduce materials and techniques, and club members will use those while practicing drawing faces.

Participants will play with forms, colors & ideas in a social setting with others who share an interest in expressing their visions on paper. No prior experience or special skill required. All are welcome to watch, explore, and practice as we learn from each other.

Each meeting will begin with a display and review of member artworks-in-progress. Bring something you've finished recently, are still struggling with, or are just beginning. All Club artists are committed to providing helpful critiques to support each other's artistic growth.

This program will include an Art Show to display our creations for the public.

YOU are invited to join us -- to watch and to draw/paint/create. Come for a single session or for every session.

Please, sign up for sessions in advance to facilitate Lead Artist preparations.

Second Saturdays Art Club
PERSONAL BEST -- 2012-2013

This series of free art workshops offered participants a variety of opportunities to move their art to a higher level.

At each meeting club members considered how to approach the requirements of a current art contest call for entries. JLI Lead Artists provided information, techniques, challenges and inspiration to recharge participants' creative energies.

Club members pursued some ideas to conclusion and many were entered in the contests we reviewed.

First Saturdays Art Club -- 2011-2012

This series of free art workshops, offered in collaboration with the Haggin Museum, was sponsored by the Stockton Arts Commission.

Meetings alternated between the Museum, where the Club studied the works of master painters, and JLI studios where member artists experimented with the same techniques they'd seen at the Museum.

Drawing Out Stockton -- 2010-2011

This series of free life drawing workshops sponsored by the Stockton Arts Commission continued throughout the year and were open to everyone.

Events included a night at the Ports' Homerun Hill, a Downtown Art Walk, a Victory Park free concert, Wat Dharmararam temple, Dell 'Osso Pumpkin Maze, Weberstown, JLI Studios, Sherwood Mall, the Haggin Museum, Stockton Skate Park, Asparagus Festival, Mickie Grove Zoo, and the San Joaquin Fair.

Drawing Out Community -- 2009-2010

This series of free life drawing workshops was sponsored by United Way. Participants learned to draw faces, sitting figures, standing figures, people in motion, and finally, with the help of Stockton Animal Shelter Friends, animals.


Drawing Out Community Digest