Please join The Art Guild for our
Annual Membership Meeting
Thursday, October 19, 2017, 7 pm at Elderfields.
All members and friends are encouraged to attend.
Find out what’s been going on at The Art Guild this past year,
learn about new programs and opportunities. Introduction of new board members.
Refreshments will be available.
After the meeting: Create Superior Photos Using Your Cell Phone Camera
with Artist and Instructor Howard Rose
Areas to be covered include: understanding the camera in your cell phone, deciding what to photograph, creating the best design, plus photography and editing apps. Be sure to bring your cell phone or iPad for a hands-on demonstration. Howard Rose graduated from the School of Visual Arts and CW Post graduate school. He taught oil painting at CW Post, the Art League of L.I. and The National Art League as well as workshops at The Art Guild, the Hudson Valley, Art Barge at the Hamptons and Martha’s Vineyard. His articles on teaching techniques have appeared in magazines American Artist and The Artist’s Magazine. He has exhibited in solo and group shows in Albertson, East Hampton, and Southampton, NY.
Max Ginsburg Painting Demo and Lecture
Thursday May 3, 2018 6-9 pm • $40
Max Ginsburg will kick-off his workshop weekend with a three-hour demo and lecture about his work and his process.
In the first hour, Max will lecture with a slide show about his work and process.
For the final two hours, Max will demonstrate and speak about his technique as he paints from a live model.
Limited to 25 people total.
If you are taking the workshop, this evening is included in your tuition.
To register for the workshop, click here.
Bio: Since 1953, Max Ginsburg has exhibited extensively in public venues and galleries, won various awards, and his paintings are a part of many museums and private collections. In the years 1980–2004, Max was a prominent illustrator for major publications. Long admired as a teacher, Max taught from 1960–1982 at H.S. Art & Design, 1984-2000 at the School of Visual Arts, 2008–present at the Art Students League and has conducted many workshops around the U.S. and abroad. In 2011 he published his book, Max Ginsburg – Retrospective.