Art Notes Jan. 20 | The SandPaper



Beach front BUDDIES: ‘Twin Umbrellas’ by artist Linda Ramsay. Ramsay facilitates a portray session twice a thirty day period at the Very long Seaside Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences. (Artwork by Linda Ramsay)
Painted Tuesdays: “Do Your Have Thing” with artist Linda Ramsay has returned to the Extensive Seaside Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in Loveladies the 2nd and fourth Tuesdays of each individual month from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Delight in open studio time in the Painter’s Loft overlooking Barnegat Bay marsh location. Ramsay is readily available to supply tips and ideas. All mediums are welcome, which include acrylic, oil, watercolor and pastels. Carry your have provides easels, tables and palettes are readily available. Convey your lunch. Value for the day is $25.
The LBIF is shut on weekends. For up-to-day details, e mail business office@lbifoundation.org or phone 609-494-1241. The web-site is lbifoundation.org.
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Twilight Zone: The Pine Shores Artwork Association’s “Fantasy Art” exhibit is now on line. See dozens of good paintings by this devoted group of artists who help each and every other with friendship, encouragement and chances during the COVID pandemic.
Art Lessons: Pine Shores is delighted to announce the return of a whole season of winter art courses and workshops. The minimal reopening of its Manahawkin studio at 94 Stafford Ave. follows very careful pandemic precautions in a sequence of in-individual classes, alongside with a new series of live on the internet, interactive classes through Zoom.
Friday, Jan. 29, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Zoom: “Pastel Demonstration” dwell with Jeri Greenberg. Totally free.
Feb. 1-22, Mondays, 2 to 4 p.m., “Painting Winter season in Watercolor” is a dwell workshop series on Zoom with New York artist Jan Guarino. Charge is $155/nonmember, $125/member.
Feb. 3-10, Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., “Gouache Beach Scenes,” in-particular person lessons at Pine Shores’ studio, are led by nationally identified artist Tom Rutledge, who will display how to correctly insert people today and objects to boost seascapes $105/nonmember, $75/member.
Feb. 13-14, Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., “Pastel Figures, Fabrics and City Landscapes” is a dwell Zoom class with outstanding pastel artist Jeri Greenberg $125/nonmember, $95/member.
Feb. 17, Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., “Boats and Seashores in Watercolor” is a one-working day, in-human being course with Lisa Budd at Pine Shores’ studio $65/nonmember, $45/member.
Feb. 24-March 3, Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., “Watercolor Crystals” can make paintings magical, as shown by Mary Walker-Baptiste in an in-human being workshop at Pine Shores’ studio, $95/nonmember, $60/member.
Membership information, class details and registration details are uncovered at pineshoresartassociation.org.
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Artist Chance: The LBIF invitations photographers and artists to submit up to a few functions on the subject of the New Jersey Pinelands for a clearly show beginning in March by May. Mail artist’s jpegs of will work, bio, resume and assertion to exhibitions@lbifoundation.org by Jan. 25.
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Pottery Time: The makers of Makers Station in West Creek are taking a “staycation” and have shut the store and studio until Feb. 10. Connect with 609-296-2042 for much more facts or to depart messages.
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Artwork Demonstrate: A new assortment of artworks by Pine Shores Art Association artists is on screen in Tuckerton Borough Hall, open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Operates are for sale.
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All set for Fame?: The Monmouth Museum is looking for entries for the next sequence of “New Jersey Emerging Artists.” New Jersey artists who have never experienced a solo exhibition at an AAM-accredited museum may well use. Six artists will be preferred to hold month-prolonged solo exhibits in the Nilson Gallery and online. Deadline to apply is March 5. Prospectus and pointers are at monmouthmuseum.submittable.com/submit.  —P.J.

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