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Register for our Year-Round Classes and special Workshops below in the Upcoming Events area.  Scroll down to find more events.  You must first become a PHAC member to register for classes or workshops. 

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Registration for Spring Classes 2019 won't appear below until Registration has opened on February 20.

For detailed information about our year long classes and instructors please see Class Information page.

More information on upcoming workshops can be found on the Workshops page.

Upcoming events

    • 08/16/2019
    • 3:30 PM
    • 11/18/2019
    • Park Hill Art Club
    Register

    Fall classes for members of the Park Hill Art Club.

    • 08/22/2019
    • 9:00 AM

    Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 17 Mile House, Farm and Park, 8181 S. Parker Rd. Farm house and out buildings with a couple of windmills. Close to Cherry Creek. From Denver, take Parker road past Arapahooe Rd South. You will pass Bronco Pkwy and Tagawa's exit. There is another road then a quick exit from the right lane. There is a large parking lot, an out house but no water.

    • 08/29/2019
    • 9:00 AM

    Thursday, August 29th, 2019 Denver Botanic Gardens10th Ave. and York. Parking lot across the street with access from both York and Josephine. NOTE: Admission fee. Meet inside front gate. Beautiful flower gardens. Restrooms/water/food.

    • 09/01/2019
    • ? - 11:59 PM

    General guidelines:   Up to 3 images per submission, one submission per member. Send photos of paintings to be submitted to Joyce Nielsen (joyce.nielsen@colorado.edu).   She will forward to appropriate juror.  

    Must be PHAC member to apply. No fee to apply but if accepted, we will ask you to contribute to reception refreshments. Unless otherwise stated, only media taught in PHAC classes are acceptable.  Unless otherwise stated, paintings can be representational, abstract, or something in between—no limits re style. Generally, the larger the painting the better because of the particular hanging system available. Submitted paintings must be for sale, framed (by time of show, but not in photo) and ready to hang. 

    Accepted/invited paintings must be delivered to church on specified date & time week before reception.  Information re Title, Size, Medium, Price, Name of Artist must be listed in email with images and must be on back of each invited painting.  Artists may be asked to write brief description of painting &/or brief artist statement. PHAC will ask for 10% of any sales. 

    Featured Artist—Members may submit themselves or other members whom they think deserves attention.

    • 09/19/2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


    Learning Dot Mandala Painting with Michele Autry


    The mandala is a reflection of nature & the universe. It is one of the ways in which humanity has sought to relate to and sum up the awesome universe of which we are part. Mandalas are cosmic diagrams -  attempts to represent the essential elements of the macrocosm in an ordered, coherent manner.  Mandalas are both simple and complex, and that’s what makes them fascinating. They are as simple as a  circle and as complex as an intricate labyrinthian pathway to Spirit. Mandalas are meditation, ritual,  herapy, art-making, and spiritual journeying.

    Supply List:

    I will provide – Canvas panels, plastic paint pallets and dotting tools

    Students need to bring:

    At least 10 bottles of acrylic paints in colors of their choice. They must have white and matt black in white their color mix.

    Small container for water (jello or fruit cup size is good)

    Paint brushes

    Cotton swabs

    Paper towels

    Plastic container with lid (a lunch meat size container is adequate)

    White chalk pencil (found in the sewing department for dress making)

    White transfer paper

    Ruler










    their color mix.


    White transfer paper

    Ruler

    • 09/19/2019
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM


    • 09/27/2019
    • 10:00 AM
    • 09/28/2019
    • 4:00 PM

    Learning Dot Mandala Painting with Michele Autry

      

    The mandala is a reflection of nature & the universe. It is one of the ways in which humanity has sought to relate to and sum up the awesome universe of which we are part. Mandalas are cosmic diagrams - attempts to represent the essential elements of the macrocosm in an ordered, coherent manner. Mandalas are both simple and complex, and that’s what makes them fascinating. They are as simple as a circle and as complex as an intricate labyrinthian pathway to Spirit. Mandalas are meditation, ritual, therapy, art-making, and spiritual journeying.

    Supply List:

    I will provide – Canvas panels, plastic paint pallets and dotting tools.

    Students need to bring:

    At least 10 bottles of acrylic paints in colors of their choice. They must have white and matt black in with their color mix.  

    Small container for water (jello or fruit cup size is good)

    Paint brushes

    Cotton swabs

    Paper towels

    Plastic container with lid (a lunch meat size container is adequate)

    White chalk pencil (found in the sewing department for dress making)

    White transfer paper

    Ruler


    • 10/01/2019
    • ? - 11:59 PM

    General guidelines:   Up to 3 images per submission, one submission per member. Send photos of paintings to be submitted to Joyce Nielsen (joyce.nielsen@colorado.edu).   She will forward to appropriate juror.  

    Must be PHAC member to apply. No fee to apply but if accepted, we will ask you to contribute to reception refreshments. Unless otherwise stated, only media taught in PHAC classes are acceptable.  Unless otherwise stated, paintings can be representational, abstract, or something in between—no limits re style. Generally, the larger the painting the better because of the particular hanging system available. Submitted paintings must be for sale, framed (by time of show, but not in photo) and ready to hang. 

    Accepted/invited paintings must be delivered to church on specified date & time week before reception.  Information re Title, Size, Medium, Price, Name of Artist must be listed in email with images and must be on back of each invited painting.  Artists may be asked to write brief description of painting &/or brief artist statement. PHAC will ask for 10% of any sales. 

    Theme: Watercolor only—to acknowledge all the members who specialize in watercolor only. 

    • 10/04/2019
    • 12:00 AM


    • 10/10/2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Painting Creatively with Photos: Anita Winter


     In this two day workshop we will cover the pros and cons of using photos to make landscape paintings. Special emphasis will be on combining photos to enhance creativity. Techniques to break photo dependence will be covered. Step by step demonstration and individual instruction are provided. Please use my references or bring your own photos. 

    en. hance creativity. Techniques to break photo
    dependence will be covered. Step by step demonstration
    and individual instruction are provided. Please use my
    references or bring your own photos.

    • 10/10/2019
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM


    • 10/25/2019
    • 10:00 AM
    • 10/26/2019
    • 4:00 PM

    Painting Creatively with Photos - Anita Winter


    In this two day workshop we will cover the pros and cons of using photos to make landscape paintings. Special emphasis will be on combining photos to enhance creativity. Techniques to break photo dependence will be covered. Step by step demonstration and individual instruction are provided. Please use my references or bring your own photos.

    Supplies

    Paper-Saunders Waterford 200lbs cold press

    Paint:

    New Gamboge              DS

    Quinacridone Gold       DS

    Transparent Yellow       Winsor & Newton

    Opera                             Holbein

    Perylene Scarlet             DS

    Bright Violet                  Holbein

    Cobalt Violet                  American Journey

    Cobalt Teal                      DS

    Cobalt Blue                     American Journey

    Ultramarine Blue            DS

    Sap Green                       DS

    Quinacridone Burnt Orange  DS

    Brushes 11/2” flat and assortment of flat and rounds

    • 11/01/2019
    • ? - 11:59 PM

    General guidelines:   Up to 3 images per submission, one submission per member. Send photos of paintings to be submitted to Joyce Nielsen (joyce.nielsen@colorado.edu).   She will forward to appropriate juror.  

    Must be PHAC member to apply. No fee to apply but if accepted, we will ask you to contribute to reception refreshments. Unless otherwise stated, only media taught in PHAC classes are acceptable.  Unless otherwise stated, paintings can be representational, abstract, or something in between—no limits re style. Generally, the larger the painting the better because of the particular hanging system available. Submitted paintings must be for sale, framed (by time of show, but not in photo) and ready to hang. 

    Accepted/invited paintings must be delivered to church on specified date & time week before reception.  Information re Title, Size, Medium, Price, Name of Artist must be listed in email with images and must be on back of each invited painting.  Artists may be asked to write brief description of painting &/or brief artist statement. PHAC will ask for 10% of any sales. 

    Theme: Animals—cats, dogs, wild animals, mythical beasts (e.g. unicorns), etc. 

    • 11/07/2019
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM


    • 11/18/2019


Email: parkhillartclub@gmail.com

Address:
5209 Montview Blvd
Denver 80207

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