ART NEWS - WHAT’S HAPPENING AT SEQUOIA

This month at Sequoia

December 5 - February 2, 2017 | 10 am - 5 pm, Tuesday-Saturday
Artists' Reception: Tuesday, December 5, 5 - 8pm
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Tis the Season...as the days grow shorter and the sun barely makes it over the horizon, Sequoia Gallery + Studios dresses up its windows, showcases and gallery walls. On First Tuesday, join us for a festive Holiday Celebration. Our artists are pulling out all the stops to give you plenty of reasons to visit, mingle, shop and browse!

EXHIBITIONS

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All Member Show 2016, Photo Credit: Larry Whitlock

December All Member Show

Every December, Sequoia faces the conundrum of who to feature during the festive Holiday Season. Rather than pick and choose among our equally talented 33 members, we instead feature...Everyone! By lottery, we assign each Sequoia artist a section of wall, shelf or pedestal space on which to display their favorite and/or best works of art. …

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Sequoia Ornament Tree

Every holiday season, Sequoia Members and volunteers donate their time and materials to make ornaments for Sequoia's Annual Holiday Tree. JoAnn Wellner opens her glass studio to teach members how to make fused glass ornaments using glass shapes which are artfully arranged on a …
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Ornament Tree 2017, Photo Credit: Larry Whitlock
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Small Art Treasures Show

In addition to our Annual All Member Show , Sequoia will also be offering a display of Small Art Treasures in the gallery this month. Sequoia artists are encouraged to create small, gift-able items outside of their usual mediums for sale in the gallery during the Holiday Season. Our unique handmade art gifts provide …

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Upcoming Shows

January 2 - February 2 All Member Show Continues; February 6 - March 2 Ellen Jerome, Christine Johnson and Evelyn Fritz

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Our workshops are on hiatus through the end of the year, but our Education Committee is busy scheduling new classes for Winter and Spring of 2018. A sampling of upcoming classes includes: Color Mixing and Still Life Oil Painting with Sarah Sedwick, Alcohol Ink Painting with Sue Swain, Mixed Media Art Journaling with Pat Krishnamurthy and Art Demostrations with artists such as Michael Lindstrom.

We will also be bringing back our Paint Parties with a new class, Painting the Northwest Scenery, and reprise of our Paint Your Pet class. Life Drawing will start up again with the addition of an evening session for those who can't make our daytime sessions.
Be sure to check the website for new workshops and classes!
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ONGOING CLASSES

#125 Creating with Oil and Acrylic, Royce Kugler

December 6 and 13
10 am-2pm | $35 per class
To register, contact Royce - 503-649-3969

Meet and Mingle

Dec 1 & 15
9am - 10:30am
Panera Bread, Hillsboro, 7202 NE Cornell Rd.

Free - Registration is not necessary.

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Life Drawing

Life Drawing is on hiatus until January. Please check the website for future dates.

CALL TO ARTISTS!

Sequoia is seeking artists for gallery membership. Both 2D and 3D artists of all mediums are welcome to apply for membership in our active community of artists. Download an application from our website or stop by the gallery to pick up an application.
For more information, contact Martin Conley, w00drite@gmail.com

VOLUNTEERING AT SEQUOIA

Whether you are an artist, collector, or someone who just appreciates fine art, you can help Sequoia by volunteering to help staff the gallery. Gallery staffers serve 4 hour shifts on the days of their choosing, depending on slots available. Volunteer applications are available online or at the gallery.

SEQUOIA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Barbara Mason, President | Lawrence Whitlock, Vice President
Janis Childs, Treasurer | Linda Jerome, Secretary | Martin Conley, Past President
Jan Simmons and Carol Loughner, Community Representatives

SUPPORTERS

Sequoia Gallery has received support from two arts organizations. The Cultural Coalition of Washington County and Oregon Cultural Trust have granted us funds for website development.
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