Kenmore Art Show June 27-30 - free presentations

Thursday, June 27, 2013

The 15th Annual Kenmore Art Show will be held June 27 to 30, 10am to 8pm on the beautiful Bastyr University Campus (map). The public is invited to stop by to view the juried paintings, drawings, artisan works, photography, sculpture and youth artworks, all of which are priced to sell.

There is a schedule of daily musical performances, including a concert in the chapel. 

The Arts of Kenmore presents these free events

Saturday, June 29 
Presentations in the Bastyr Auditorium:

11:00- 12:30pm – Introduction to Digital Photography – Presenter:  Bob Joiner
Learn how to get the best from your digital camera. Bob will provide an overview of the capabilities of different digital cameras. Professional techniques will be described for photographing people, wildlife, landscapes and more. Tips for framing shots, use of camera settings and understanding lighting situations will be provided.

12:30 – 2:00pm – Lightroom 4 Digital Photo Editing – Presenter:  Bill Royce
Learn the basics of using Lightroom 4. This program from Adobe is designed specifically for photographers. Lightroom is powerful yet easy to use. Apply a wide range of techniques to improve your photographs, manage and present your photos. Lightroom lets you spend less time in front of your computer and more time in taking photos. An introduction to some of the new Lightroom 5 features will be provided.

Sunday, June 30th  
Presentations in the Bastyr Auditorium:

6:00-7:00pm  Juror’s Criteria – What are Jurors Looking For? – Presenters: Joe Mac Kachnie, Leon White and Ray Fischer
We all want acceptance, it is a basic human desire. You entered the Art Show and your goal is acceptance. What can you as an artist do to improve the odds that your piece will be accepted … ‘juried in’ to the show? This experienced panel of jurors will explain the art critique process and provide tips for creating great art. What really matters, the first impression, design, color, composition, technique, style, presentation, creativity? The more you know the better you can be.

Joe Mac Kachnie
Joe is a signature member of the Northwest Watercolor Society and the Puget Sound Group of NW Painters. He is a member of the American Impressionist Society, the Oil Painters of America, the Northwest Pastel Society and is the past president of both the Eastside Association of Fine Arts and Puget Sound Group of NW Painters. He teaches art workshops locally and in Europe. Joe has artworks in several local galleries and has had artworks in the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio and the National Arts Club, Grand Gallery in New York, NY.

Leon White
Leon is a regional, national and international award winning artist in painting and sculpture. His art is included in private, corporate, city, and museum collections. His first New York City exhibit at age 27 was dedicated to his mentor Henry Fonda. He was invited to exhibit at the International Center of Fine Contemporary Arts in Paris France in 1983. In addition to Leon’s formal degrees in art, music, drama and sculpture he has studied and painted with prominent national and international artists including Edgar Whitney, Zolton Zsabo, Tony Van Hasselt, Judi Wagner and others.

Ray Fischer
This year’s ‘Digital-New Media’ art juror has an Interdisciplinary Visual Arts degree from the University of Washington and a minor in Geography. An avid photographer and Photoshop expert, he has been an adjunct instructor at ITT Techni¬cal Institute for the last ten years. He teaches Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign along with basic design theory and other classes in the Graphics Communications program. He also teaches rapid visualization sketching for the CAD program as well as design classes targeted for them. He has an interest in all aspects of digital art including 3D and photo illustration.


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