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Academy Homeroom: Watercolor Techniques

Join us for an Art Lesson—Learn how to use Pan Watercolors: Wet-On-Wet, Color Mixing, and other watercolor techniques. (All supplies will be provided). Featuring award-winning Bay Area artist and art educator, George Garbarino.

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Academy Homeroom: Watercolor Techniques
Academy Homeroom: Watercolor Techniques

Time & Location

Mar 30, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

The Academy, 2166 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114, USA

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About the Event

TO ATTEND

Academy Homeroom courses are open to all. Please reserve your general admission spot for this limited-capacity event.

CLASS INFORMATION

Join us for an Art Lesson—Learn how to use Pan Watercolors: Wet-On-Wet, Color Mixing, and other watercolor techniques. (All supplies will be provided). Featuring award-winning Bay Area artist and art educator, George Garbarino.

George will be assisted by, Linda Garbarino and Christine Bourg, also award-winning artists. Don’t miss this fun evening of artistic expression. Sign up now!

Instructor: G. Garbarino

Prerequisites: none

TICKETS

Academy Members $9; Non-members $15

BEVERAGES

Beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will be available for purchase. Academy Social Club Members receive certain beverages complimentary. Ask your bartender or host for details.

CLUB INFORMATION

The Club will also be open during regular hours (Wednesdays 5-11pm) for Members and their guests who do not wish to attend or do not have a ticket for this event.

MEMBERSHIP

The Academy is currently accepting new memberships. If you are interested in becoming a Member and enjoying all of the associated perks and benefits, please click here to learn more.

ABOUT ACADEMY HOMEROOM

Academy Homeroom courses are open to all and cover a wide array of topics. These courses are free or discounted for Academy members.

COVID-19 SAFETY

This event will take place in accordance with all currently applicable health guidelines per the City of San Francisco and SFDPH. Our full safety information can be found HERE. Please contact us if you have any questions.

ABOUT GEORGE GARBARINO

George Garbarino creates watercolors, drawings, pastel paintings and photography. He taught Fine Arts, Black & White Photography and Digital Imaging in the Fremont Unified School District in Fremont, California, for 35 years.

George majored in art at the California College of the Arts (California College of Arts and Crafts) in Oakland, California; where he studied drawing with Bay Area artist, Roy De Forest. He also studied at The Academy of Art University, in San Francisco. George received his Bachelors Degree in Art and his Teaching Credential from California University East Bay. He studied painting with Pop Artist: Mel Ramos, and Corbin Lapell; ceramics with Clayton Bailey; and sculpture with James Black, at California University East Bay.

He uses a variety of styles and techniques in his painting and drawings as well as in his photography. His working style explores Realism, Impressionism and Surrealism. In his watercolors, George uses a basic pallet of primary colors, wet on wet techniques, and colored pencils. George credits the following artists, who have influenced his art style: Claude Monet, Mary Cassatt, Edward Weston, Mel Ramos, Rene Magritte, Roy De Forest, Lian Quan Zhen, Georgia O’Keeffe, Man Ray, Salvador Dali, Edgar Degas and Peggy Magovern. George teaches the Marshall System, of hand color tinting of black and white photography through out Northern California.

George is an active member of PAL, LAA, ADAS and OHAG. He has received Awards of Merit, Best of Class and Best of Show honors thought out Northern California Art venues including: PAL First Show at the Firehouse in 2010, Best in Class for Pastels at Alameda County Fair 2012, both in Pleasanton, CA, 2014 Hidden Treasures – Local Talent at Olive Hyde Art Gallery in Fremont, California. George has also shown at the BoaVentura Vineyard, Charles R Vineyards, Art Under The Oaks in Livermore, California, Ironstone Vineyard, Murphys, CA, and at Visual Voices and Visual Voices II at The Gallery on Second in Brentwood, California. George had his drawings and pastels, Stanley and Friends, shown on the PAL Nancy Thompson Memorial Wall at The Harrington Art Gallery, Firehouse Art Center, Pleasanton, California. He as also, won an “Honorable Mention” at the PAL Alviso Adobe Show in 2018 for his color photo: “Broken Window”.

Tickets

  • General Admission

    $15.00
    +$0.38 service fee

Total

$0.00

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