David Vernon (c) 2011
Can you believe that is really 2011 already? Well there is so much planned for this year and I am beginning to wonder if I can add more items to the list that I have already. A big event that we will be a participant will be the CAG (Ceramic Artist Guild) CONVERGENCE Conference July 17-23, 2011. I will be teaching 5 classes during the conference from my new patterns pictured above. We will be painting and sharing the news about the Heritage product family with ceramicists from around the country and maybe from around the world. At the conference I will be teaching teaches the floral designs using the Heritage arcylics/mediums on ceramic bisque. I am really looking forward to participating at this event, which will be held at the Corban University, Salem, Oregon. I have never been to Oregon so this will be an adventure and a little vacation as well. I really cannot wait. The conference should be exciting where we will meet many new ceramicists and painters. The conference will provide lots of classes and activities. I am hoping that I see many of my friends at the conference.
Now on another topic, I would like to remind everyone that we have 3 great seminars planned already for this year. Do not miss Sandy Scales in April, Tatiana Sholohkova in July, and of course the one and only David Jansen in September. Pampered Palette will be providing something special, not just the pampering that we provide during the seminars, but attendees will receive FREE a Pampered Palette notebook (project pictured on the front cover)(suitable for taking class notes) for Sandy's seminar, a FREE tote bag (project pictures on the front and back) for attending Tatiana's seminar and a FREE Pampered Palette apron for attending David Jansen's seminar. Why would we do this? Because "WE ARE THE PREMIERE STUDIO FOR THE DECORATIVE ARTIST" and we want everyone to enjoy the pampering that they will receive at Pampered Palette. So, do not wait, visit http://www.pamperedpalette.com/ and reserve your seminar seats today! Space is limited.
AND OF COURSE - DO NOT FORGET THE 2011 WASHINGTON DC DECORATIVE ARTS EXHIBIT/EXPO - A WORLD OF COLOR. INFORMATION BELOW:
BRING YOUR FRIENDS, CAMERAS, TAPE RECORDERS, AND QUESTIONS. LEARN DESIGN, TECHNIQUES AND VISIT WITH OUR PROGRAM TEACHERS. MARK YOUR 2011 CALENDARS. Grab your brushes, come on down to paint with Theresa, Georgia, Val, Paul, and Arlene, watch David Jansen paint, meet other artists, browse the available wood surfaces, new products, and.................. just have a great time. Everyone is invited to join us at this FREE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC EVENT.Never painted before? Well come on down to the exhibit and we can show and tell you all about it.
Washington DC Mini-Convention, "A World Of Color"
Westin Tysons Corner (Rt 495 & Rt 7)
7801 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, Virginia
November 05 & 06, 2011
(10am till 5pm, both days)
Open to the Public, Admission is FREE
JOIN Special Guest Artist David Jansen as he paints a variety of panel doors with several techniques/styles
There will be make and takes, demonstrations, new products, a decorative art gallery, decorative painting tips/techniques, Heritage Educational information, new products, wood surfaces, etc.
Come visit with artists from the following Studios:
Jansen Art Studio - David and Martha Jansen
Pampered Palette - David Vernon
Dawbon Art Studio - Georgia Dawbon
Creative Legacy Studio - Paul Seymour
Arlene Newman's Designs - Arlene Newman
Dave's Cuts - David Parmer, Wood Products
Val Cole - Heritage Ambassador
Theresa Maxwell, Heritage Teacher
Associations attending to provide chapter information:
Potomac View Decorative Artists
Shenandoah Valley Decorative Painters
NOTE: Studio and association listing could change over time.
This is a Pampered Palette Sponsored Event to PROMOTE decorative painting and ceramics.
For more information visit http://www.pamperedpalette.com/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
THIS EVENT IS "FREE" AND IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ------ EVERYONE IS WELCOME and INVITED.