Recalls Mike, "I became interested in art in my mid-thirties and studied color
and design with Aileen Worthley, who interested me in screen printing
and introduced me to Guy Maccoy, who let me monitor his classes
at the Los Angeles County Institute of Art."
Due to her dad’s Navy career, Christine Sevier moved around a lot—New Jersey, Illinois, Alabama, Minnesota, Michigan—then ended up in high school
in California after her family moved there in 1976.
Her art, though, started even earlier. “First thing I painted was hand...
Artist Angela Farnham, our PBAA featured artist for February, creates one-of-a-kind mosaic art based on reduce, reuse, recreate. Or as Angela says, “In a waste-driven society, I like to give throw-away items a new life—bolts and nails, bottle caps, broken dishes, b...
THE COLLECTORS SHOW
NOVEMBER 6TH – DECEMBER 1ST
The original idea for this show was to bring in art work from members and nonmembers private collections to encourage collecting art. Unfortunately, shipping issues,
insurance and having available the pri...
Christine Nora Behrens—loving to paint, painting to love
This month’s featured artist is Christine Behrens, whose current interest in children’s books, printmaking, traditional watercolor, acrylic, sketchbook drawing, travel journals, and art journals starte...
The featured artists for September at the Manley Art Gallery are 30
members of the Columbia Fiber Arts Guild, a group made up of fiber artists
from Oregon and Southwest Washington.
According to their website, the purpose of the Columbia Fiber Arts Guild is...
Like a lot of artists, I started young. I remember drawing profiles of a friend and classmate when we were in kindergarten. And, when I was in first or second grade, my large color drawing of a palomino was displayed in the school hallway.