Caryl Pomales Offers 2 Workshops Online And Announces March Workshop At New Studio For Visual Arts

Caryl Pomales is offering on-line classes!  Save the money on air fare and avoid the hassle of packing a bag! All you’ll need are your painting supplies, an adventurous mindset, and an enthusiasm for painting exciting subjects.  If you have diverged and want to get back to your creative self, we can’t think of a better way, than to take a class with Caryl. She’ll offer a workshop on March 26-27,  at the New Studio for the Visual Arts. The Rickie Report shares the details, a discussion about  “mistakes and blunders”, plus some photos of Caryl’s new paintings.  Be sure to check out her website, to see her original art, throw pillows, tote bags, notebooks, postcards, and mugs with her images!

 

 

 

Caryl   Pomales   Fine   Art

 

 

Find your creative curiosity as we paint together!

 

 

Welcome! If you are looking to unlock your potential, learn to paint in a more relaxed and joyful style, and join a supportive community of fellow artists, you’re in the right place!

 

 

I have two courses available now. From exploring Australia and New Zealand to learning to paint beloved animals and pets, there’s plenty of exciting course material for you!

 

 

OPENING THIS FALL will be two additional workshops: Dazzling Daisies and Vibrant Tui Bird.

These two courses will provide a full painting demonstration – PLUS an additional demonstration for another painting, Sheep Bo Peep! TWO workshops for the price of ONE!

 

 

To Enroll:    www.carylfineart.com/online-workshops

 

 

 

PALETTE KNIFE WORKSHOP

March 26/27 , 2020

 

The New Studio of the Visual Arts     

1615 S Cypress Dr.    Jupiter, FL 33469

 

 

“The Mermaid’s Pearls” by Caryl Pomales

 

 

“Mistakes” and “Blunders” as Feedback!

 

 

How do YOU define a mistake, and why does that word have a negative connotation?

I believe in the power and beauty of mistakes. I believe that failures are feedback. I believe in the positivity of errors. I want you to as well, both as an artist and in your daily life!

 

Learning is nothing more than a series of decisions and actions that provide you with feedback. Infants take a few shaky steps and fall down a hundred time when learning to walk. When learning to ride a bike, children tumble over before finding their balance. Students misspell words and mix up letters before piecing together the alphabet and learning to read. Getting these things “wrong” early on in life rarely causes distress, discouragement, or anger. These “mistakes” are shaken off as the infant tries again, getting closer to walking with each attempt; as the kid gets back on the bike without the training wheels; till the students finally are able to get through an entire book. The “errors” are learned from and aren’t dwelled upon!

 

 

 

“The Charm of Luberon” by Caryl Pomales

 

 

At some point, whether from fear of what others are thinking, from societally or personally opposed pressure to meet arbitrary benchmarks, or from plain insecurity, so many of us find ourselves fearful of failure and dwelling on our mistakes. We’ve stopped looking at “mistakes” and “failure” as feedback and a learning experience. Lessons and opportunities to grow are true gifts! Any time you attempt something that doesn’t go the way you wanted it to, you are provided with the chance to learn. This is not a bad thing, it is beautiful!

 

As an artist, I value these opportunities for many reasons. First and foremost, the only true mistake you can make on a work of art is quitting. How many paintings were caused by “mistakes?”Julia Margaret Cameron, a famous Victorian-Era photographer, developed her signature “style”accidentally. Her hallmark of fame was her out-of-focus photographs and smeared images! So many other artists develop their taste and style after things went off-course and unplanned. Lean into these “imperfections;” see the beauty in the stray brushstroke, the color that turned out differently than you’d hoped, or the splattered paint!

 

 

“With Joy” by Caryl Pomales

 

 

Second, there are no true mistakes in art. The sooner you embrace this, the more you’ll see your practice flourish! Letting go of the pressure to be “perfect” and avoid “failure” makes painting more joyful, fun, and inspiring. Do not be afraid of things turning out differently than you’d intended!

 

Third, embrace and learn from the things you’ve tried and don’t like. If you aren’t happy with the way a painting turned out, identify the things you’d like to work on. Learn from this feedback. Do you need to work on your values? Great! Now you know! Do you want to work on your brushstrokes? The painting you’re unhappy with is a benchmark for you, and now you know which direction to go! Each “mistake” and “failure” is an opportunity to check in, learn, and grow.

Try letting go of being a perfectionist, and start believing in the power and beauty of making “mistakes”.

 

“Perfectionism is not the same thing has striving to be your best. Perfectionism is the belief that if we live perfect, look perfect, and act perfect, we can minimize or avoid the pain of blame, judgement, and shame. It’s a shield. It’s a twenty-ton shield that we lug around thinking it will protect us when, in fact, it’s the thing that’s really preventing us from flight.” ― Brené Brown

“Above All, I Must Have Pink Flowers” by Caryl Pomales

 

For more inspirational quotes, blog posts, and more, make sure you’re subscribed to my Artsy Tips and Inspiration! www.carylfineart.com/artsy-tips-inspiration

 

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New Studio For Visual Arts Presents “Secrets Of Egg Tempera” With Suzanne Scherer & Pavel Ouporov Plus “Pop Of Pink” Juried Exhibit To Benefit American Cancer Society

The New Studio for the Visual Arts is proud to present The Secrets of Egg Tempera with Suzanne Scherer & Pavel Ouporov.  Oil painters are welcome to experience first hand the painting technique of the “Old Masters”.  This intensive 3 hour workshop begins Friday, September 20 and runs through November 1.  The Rickie Report shares some sneak peeks and all of the details. In addition, we remind art lovers to attend “The Power Of Pink” juried exhibition which benefits the American Cancer Society.  Opening night is Friday, October 11.  The exhibit is available October 7 – November 1, 2019.

 

 

The New Studio for the Visual Arts proudly presents:

The Secrets of Egg Tempera

with

Suzanne Scherer & Pavel Ouporov

 

 

“Lauren” by Scherer & Ouporov

 

 

 

Fridays, September 20 – November 1, 2019

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

$280 (plus $50 materials fee)

Oil painters are welcome

 

Suzanne Scherer & Pavel Ouporov

 

 

Egg tempera is a luminous painting medium with great potential for present-day artists as well as those interested in experiencing firsthand the painting methods of the “Old Masters”. Combining historical Russian and Renaissance painting traditions with a contemporary approach, Suzanne Scherer brings this ancient method of painting to the Art School. In this intensive 3-hour workshop, learn the process of egg tempera painting through in-depth instruction and demonstrations from the preparation of true gesso wood panels, mixing paints from dry pigments and egg yolk, to under painting, and glazing. Materials included in tuition.

 

 

 

 

 

“Untitled” by Scherer & Ouporov

 

 

 

 

Suzanne Scherer & Pavel Ouporov Biography

American-born Suzanne Scherer and Russian-born Pavel Ouporov are a collaborative team who met while studying at the renowned Moscow Surikov State Academy Art Institute—one of Russia’s two institutions of higher arts education and part of the Russian Academy of Arts established in 1757 by Peter the Great. Scherer earned a BFA from Florida State University, an MFA from Brooklyn College, and received an International Research & Exchanges Board Award to be the first American visual artist accepted into the Russian Academy of Arts during the Soviet period. At the age of 11, Ouporov won admittance into the Moscow State Academy Art Lyceum, graduated at 18, and earned a Master of Fine Arts from the Moscow Surikov State Academy Art Institute.

 

“Avery Version 2” by Scherer & Ouporov

 

 

Scherer & Ouporov have received international recognition for their collaborative works. Museum exhibitions include the Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, Bass Museum, Miami, Historical Museum of the City of Vienna, ICA, Moscow, Passage de Retz, Paris, Boston Center for the Arts, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, Evansville Museum of Art, Indiana, and the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University. Their works are in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harvard University Fogg Art Museum, the Library of Congress, NY Public Library, and The State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, among others. Their work has been featured in Art In America, ArtNews, The New York Times, The New Yorker, PBS, and Public Affairs Television. The artists are represented by ACA Galleries, NY and Armand Bowling Fine Art, Jupiter FL. Their original prints are represented by the Mezzanine Gallery, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.

 

 

 

 

 

A Juried exhibition to benefit the

 American Cancer Society

October 7 – November 1, 2019

 

 

 

OPENING RECEPTION AND AWARDS

OCTOBER 11, 2019

5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

In honor of all of the men and women in our lives who have fought a battle with Cancer, The New Studio for the Visual Arts of Jupiter, Inc. presents “POP! Power of Pink!” A specially tailored juried art exhibition to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Attacking from every angle.

 

 

The New Studio for the Visual Arts mission:

Nurture a vibrant arts community

Foster artistic excellence

Lower the barriers to participation in the arts

Bring people together for a powerful shared experience that inspires a creative exchange of ideas 

 

 

No membership fee!
No registration fee!
Prorating available!

Sign up today.

Call 561-295-5712

www.thenewstudiova.net

The New Studio for the Visual Arts is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Charitable Educational Organization.  #CH56474 A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATON AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800) 435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE.  REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.

 

 

 

 

For coverage of your events, to place an advertisement, or speak to Rickie about appearing in The Rickie Report, contact:

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Call For 2D & 3D Art By New Studio For Visual Arts’ “Share The Bounty: The Art Of Food” Exhibit To Benefit Palm Beach County Food Bank

The New Studio For the Visual Arts announces a Call for 2D and 3D art for “Share The Bounty: The Art Of Food”.  Debby Coles-Dobay, Public Art Administrator – Boynton Beach Art In Public Places, will serve as juror.  The Art of Food is a unique event, showcasing the artists’ creative process of interpretation.  The exhibit takes place November 4 – 27 and proceeds will benefit the Palm Beach County Food Bank.  The Rickie Report urges artists to apply and art patrons to set the date of November 8 for the Opening Reception!  We share the details here.

 

 

 

 

The New Studio for The Visual Arts

 

Presents…

SHARE THE BOUNTY: The Art of Food

A Juried exhibition to benefit the

Palm Beach County Food Bank

 

 

 

 

Opening Reception and Awards

November 8, 2019

5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Exhibit Available November 4 – November 27, 2019

 

 

 

 

SHARE THE BOUNTY: The Art of Food is a unique event showcasing individual artist’s creative process to interpret their definition of “The Art of Food”.

Partial proceeds of sales during this exhibition will help feed countless hungry children and adults in our community. The New Studio for the Visual Arts will be a collection center for non-perishable food items to benefit the Palm Beach County Food Bank.

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibition submission process is being conducted through Juried Art Services.

For full details on the Call for Entry go to:

https://www.juriedartservices.com/index.php?content=event_info&event_id=1605

Open for submission: NOW!

Juror: Debby Coles-Dobay

Public Art Administrator – Boynton Beach Art In Public Places

Share the Bounty: The Art of Food

Open to all 2D and 3D artists.

All artwork images must be within the theme of “The Art of Food”.

CASH AWARDS:

3 Merit Awards…$300 each.

3 Honorable Mention Awards…Certificate only

All 2D work must be properly framed and wired ready for hanging (clips will not be accepted) Plexiglass is required on all shipped work.
Original art work only.
2D work may not exceed 3’x4’ including the frame.
Sculpture cannot exceed 5’ h x 2’ x 2’.
Three (3) digital images in jpg format may be submitted at a submission fee of
 $30 for 1 image,
$40 for 2 images,
$50 for 3 images.
Digital Images should be named with last name, first name, title.
Example: SmithT_HotDogs.jpg
A 40% commission will be retained on any sold work with partial commission going to The The Food Bank. All work must be for sale, No NSF or Price on Request.   All sold artwork must remain in the exhibition until the conclusion of the show.
DELIVERY & PICKUP:
All shipped works need to come to: The New Studio for the Visual Arts, 1615 South Cypress Drive, Suite 1, Jupiter, FL 33469, (561) 295-5712  All art work must be received between October 28 to November 1, 2019 at 4pm.  Shipped artwork cannot come in wooden crates or use packing peanuts and must arrive in a reusable container and include a prepaid computer-generated UPS return shipping label. No U.S. Postal Service returns. ALL SHIPMENTS MUST BE MADE THROUGH UPS. Do not send stamps, cash or credit card information for return of work.
Artists are responsible for insuring their own work prior to and after the exhibition and while in transport. NO PACKING PEANUTS!  All shipments must be sent “Signature Required”. The New Studio for the Visual Arts is not responsible for any lost packages left with no signature required.  Shipments that appear to have major damage upon receipt will not be opened and the artist will be contacted to assist in assessing the damage and determining how to proceed. The artist will be contacted immediately if any major damage is found once work is unpacked. Minor scuffs and scratches to frames as well as typical wear and tear will not be considered “damage” and will be deemed acceptable at the discretion of The New Studio for the Visual Arts.  If shipping, please send an email with the tracking information beforehand to newstudioatthevisualarts@gmail.com. Artists may also arrange for other individuals to deliver or pickup their work and must contact The New Studio for the Visual Arts before-hand.

 

 

PICK UP:
All unsold work will be returned via shipment or local pickup just as it was received. Artwork will be returned via shipment will be packed and returned in the same packing materials that they were received in.  The artist is responsible for arranging the return shipment of their artwork. Pre-paid UPS return labels may be enclosed in the original shipment or emailed to The New Studio for the Visual Arts once the show has ended.
Any work being picked up locally must be picked up between November 29 -30, 2019,.
LIABILITY:
The New Studio for the Visual Arts is not responsible for loss or damage to artwork while in transit to the show and while on display. The artist agrees to allow The New Studio for the Visual Arts, at its discretion, to utilize photographs or exhibited work for publicity purposes but not for reproduction.
CALENDAR:
Open for submission: July 26,2019
Deadline for submissions: September 9, 2019
Acceptance notifications: September 28, 2019
Shipped Artwork to arrive; October 28 to November 1, 2019 at 4pm
Hand Delivered Artwork to arrive; October 28 – November 1, 2019 by 4pm
Opening Reception (for collectors, press, exhibition, exhibiting artists and the public) November 8, 2019 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Show open to view: November 4 – November 27, 2019
Artwork pickup for Local Artists: November 29 – 30,  2019
The New Studio for the Visual Arts is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Charitable Educational Organization.
#CH56474 A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATON AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800) 435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE.  REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.

 

 

 

For more information about this exhibit, classes, workshops or opportunities to teach:

www.thenewstudiova.net

561.295.5712

The New Studio for the Visual Arts mission:

Nurture a vibrant arts community

Foster artistic excellence

Lower the barriers to participation in the arts

Bring people together for a powerful shared experience that inspires a creative exchange of ideas 

 

 

No membership fee!
No registration fee!
Prorating available!

Sign up today.

Call 561-295-5712

www.thenewstudiova.net

The New Studio for the Visual Arts is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Charitable Educational Organization.  #CH56474 A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATON AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800) 435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE.  REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.

 

 

 

 

For coverage of your events, to place an advertisement, or speak to Rickie about appearing in The Rickie Report, contact:

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

Rickie@therickiereport.com   561-537-0291

17019 SW Sapri Way   Port St. Lucie, FL 34986