Regularly scheduled Thursday daytime and evening demonstrations are free and open to the public!





Thursday, March 1, 7:00pm

Greg Lewis
"Drawing Tricks and Tips 2.0”

Join us for this second installment. Greg will be presenting a demo sampling of his drawing tricks and techniques gained over four decades of professional art and design practice. Whether your art concepts are simple or complex, Greg will share basic  drawing methods that will help make your art both timesaving and fun. Bring your own drawing tools and supplies like pencils, charcoal, pastels, eraser, etc., as Greg will provide drawing paper.

Doors open at 6pm with and informal critique session at 6:30pm. The demonstration starts at 7:00


Thursday, March 8, 11am

Michael Orwick
"Studio Everywhere”

Michael Orwick and his wife Gabriela and daughter Elena will give a slideshow and about traveling the world with your family and making art. Michael calls it “Studio Everywhere” and have successfully traveled to many nations exploring and experiencing various cultures as a family through their artwork. In this way, they have made friends allover the world!

Studio Everywhere is about connecting with the experience of place; making new friends by creating together. It’s about sharing through the medium of art. Michael, Gabriela and Elena will take us on a journey to different lands and into different  communities where they make art with children. They will explore the “how-to”s of planning to the excitement of big trip itself. Bring your questions and be inspired to travel and create with family and friends. Even as a traveling artist flying solo it’s sure to inspire.
Michael Orwick is a father and painter in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. He instructs at Oregon Society of Artist

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



Thursday, March 15, 6:30 - 8:30pm

Greg Lewis
"Architecture as Art: From Antoni Gaudi to Frank Gehry, Santiago Calatrava & Herzog de Meuron including artists that collaborate

from L to R: Buildings by Herzog de Meuron, Frank Gehry, Antonio Gaudi and Santiago Calatrava. Photo images are copyright and are used for educational pfrurposes only.

Building on the grand architecture of the past, we'll explore the modern architect's inspiration, skill and determination to create lasting works that shape our urban cities and beyond. Also highlighted, is the artist who collaborates their talent to create art and decor into ​spaces of beauty.