All demonstrations are free and open to the public!

JANUARY 2018 ARTIST DEMONSTRATIONS

 

Evening Demonstration -
Thursday, January 14, 7:00pm

Richard Ferguson
“Realistic Art”

Richard Ferguson is an artist, illustrator, designer, sculptor, and photographer. He graduated from The University of Southern Miss, where he earned a BFA in drawing and painting. His career started in newspaper (Editor, AD), magazine, advertising, and retail AD. He is the President of Ferguson Fine Arts and Flint Films. He has designed books, magazines and catalogs as well as illustrating the award-winning book, Christmas Traditions and Legends. This OSA member has always drawn and painted. After years of learning the techniques of the old masters from old manuscripts, he changed his painting style to reflect his commitment to realism.

In 2001, he took a class in sculpture and found that he not only had a talent for it, but enjoyed it in a way he never had painting. Although limited by time and space, he plans on completing more pieces soon. In his free time he writes, directs, and produces short films through Flint Films.

Join us to learn from Richard’s many artistic endeavors. .

fergusonfinearts.com

Doors open at 6:30pm. The demonstration will be preceded by a short critique session. The demonstration itself starts at 7:00.

All age groups and art experience are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments will be served 

  

Daytime Demonstration -
Thursday, January 11, 11:00am

Wayne Jiang
“Glazing and Layering in Acrylic”

In his demo, Wayne Jiang will explore his glazing and layering in acrylic, emulating techniques used by the old Dutch masters.

Wayne Jiang is a realist painter base in Portland, Oregon. He combines the aesthetic of 17th century Baroque paintings and composition of modern documentary photography. His work takes on quality of Van Eyck, Vermeer and Hopper. Wayne’s work has been widely exhibited in museums and galleries such as Triton Museum, Crocker Museum, Sanchez Art Center, History San Jose and Solomon Dubnick Gallery.

Wayne was born in Guangzhou China and came to the U.S. when he was 15. For three decades he worked as a fine artist and graphic designer and holds a degree in illustration from San Jose State University.

waynejiang.com

Doors open at 10:00am. The demonstration starts at 11:00