Now Showing in The Depot Gallery - George Bogart - "The Garden Chronicles"

Through November 2, 2018 @ The Depot

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George Bogart - Pollen 2002

George Bogart (1933-2005) was a brilliant and prodigious painter with an innate feel for color and space. His work was exhibited all over the United States throughout his career and is included in numerous private and public collections. Bogart was born in Fond du Lac, a suburb of Duluth, Minnesota.  After receiving his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Minnesota at Duluth in 1956, he moved to Seattle, Washington, where he did his graduate work, receiving his Master of Fine Arts degree in 1959.  He then spent eight years in Austin, Texas, teaching at the University of Texas.  Moving on from there, he taught for three years at Penn State University before landing at the University of Oklahoma. In 1978 he took a year’s leave to accept a Visiting Artist position at the University of California, Berkeley. Returning to Norman, he continued to teach at OU until his retirement in 1997.  As Professor Emeritus, he was twice asked to return to teach drawing classes.  Between his retirement and his death in 2005 he enjoyed doing what he’d always wanted to do: be a full-time artist.  The Depot Gallery is privileged to offer a showing of Bogart’s work, curated by his widow Elyse, opening September 14 in conjunction with 2nd Friday Art Walk, and continuing through November 2.

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Painting Workshop - "Painting the Expressive Still Life" - Brad Price

Friday, September 21, 2018, 10:00am - 5:00pm @ The Depot

 
Brad Price Workshop

The Depot is pleased to offer a “Painting the Expressive Still Life” workshop taught by Brad Price on Friday, September 21, 2018 from 10 am to 5 pm.  A pizza and salad lunch will be provided at 1 pm and is included in the $90 tuition.  To enroll phone 405-307-9320.

Known  for  his  expressionist  paintings  featuring bold brushstrokes and bright colors, local artist Brad Price exhibits his paintings in Santa Fe’s Meyer Gallery and other galleries in the Southwestern U.S.

Workshop students will learn to give everyday objects new life by painting the still life in expressive, vibrant ways.  If you tend to get stuck on the minor details, or you want to learn to paint more freely, this workshop is for you.  Through demos and exercises you’ll explore how to:

  • Create dynamic composition,
  • Simplify the subject to the most important details,
  • Use bold paint application,
  • Explore color,
  • Enjoy the process of painting expressively!
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Painting Workshop - "Wonderful Watercolors" - Connie Seabourn

October 10 & 11, 2018, 9:30am - 4:00pm @ The Depot

 
Connie Seabourne Watercolor

Connie Seabourn will teach her 5th “Wonderful Watercolors” workshop at The Depot, 200 S. Jones, on Wednesday and Thursday, October 10 & 11, 2018 from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm each day.  Tuition is $120.  Phone The Depot at 405-307-9320 to enroll.  A materials list will be provided at time of enrollment.

Whether you're just beginning watercolor painting or you want to add some powerful paint manipulations and techniques to your personal bag of watercolor tricks, this workshop is for you.  Connie has received outstanding reviews from students in her previous workshops.  They appreciated “being exposed to new techniques and having the opportunity to apply them.”

Connie works in acrylic, watercolor, pastel & prints, but is perhaps best known for her delicate watercolors. “Most of my work is ethereal, dreamy and narrative” says Seabourn, who became a full-time artist in 1980. She has exhibited extensively, is in many notable collections and has won numerous awards.

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