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In This Issue
Hip 2B Square Show
Classes
Call to Artists
Volunteering at Sequoia
 
Supporters
Sequoia Gallery has received support from two arts organizations: 
 
The Hillsboro Arts and Culture Council has granted us funds to update our website and  improve our communications with the community.

The Cultural Coalition of Washington County has granted us funds to obtain a gallery hanging system


Art Workshops
Click on the classes link in the menu above to see the upcoming educational offerings for artists and to register on line for workshop, class or demo. We're constantly working on scheduling more, so check back often! 

 
Sequoia Board of Directors
Martin Conley
president
Rebecca Buchanan
vice president
Doug Pettitt
treasurer
Linda Jerome
secretary
Victoria Shepard
past president
Jan Simmons
community representative
Carol Loughner
community representative

SEQUOIA ARTNEWS
What's Happening at Sequoia April 2014


Spring is finally here! April brings the return of our popular Hip 2B Square Show.  Read about this fun community show below.

We are also excited to be participating in the return of Hillsboro's First Tuesday Art Walk this month.  As you stroll around town enjoying the art displayed at local businesses make sure to stop by Sequoia. Our doors are open all day until our 8pm closing, so stop by anytime!

April Hip 2B Square Show
April 1 -  May 2
First Tuesday Reception, Tuesday, April 1, 6 - 8 pm
ANNUAL HIP 2B SQUARE SHOW

  

Nemo?, Victoria Shepard

For the fourth year in a row, we are opening our gallery to member and non-member artists of all levels of experience for our annual community exhibition, Hip 2B Square. Both seasoned artists and beginners have the opportunity to unleash their creativity on either a 12"x 12" canvas or wooden panel.The only requirement is that their art work fit within the boundaries of the canvas or wood panel and not exceed 12" in height.

 

All mediums are accepted and encouraged: oils, acrylics, pastel, drawing, mosaic, fiber arts, 3D sculpture and more. The range of mediums, styles and themes is only limited by our imaginations. 

 

While the participants benefit from the fun of participating in this community show, the gallery benefits as well. The funds raised from the event help Sequoia continue to bring you quality art and art programming throughout the year.
Spring Classes At Sequoia
Hillside Vineyard, Gene Costanza

 

Visit our website to check out our full schedule of spring art classes. We have both returning favorite instructors and new-to-Sequoia, but well-known local favorites teaching at Sequoia this spring.

 

In cooperation with Portland Community College, Sequoia Gallery + Studios painter, Linda Jerome, teaches a four-session oil painting class in April and May.  Learn how Linda produces the lively oil paintings she displays at Sequoia Gallery in our monthly exhibitions.

 

Yer Za Vu,  of the Art Institute in Portland, will be giving an oil painting demonstration, May 8,  followed by a two-day Portrait Painting workshop, May 24 - 25. Yer Za is an experienced oil painter and teacher whose work has been featured at Hallmark and Disney.

 

Being offered for the first time at Sequoia is Christian (Gene) Costanza's "Oil Painting for Success" class, a four day workshop, June 23 - 26. Through a combination of plein-air painting and classroom instruction, Gene shares his tried and true techniques for creating successful paintings.

 

Lynn Adamo will give a presentation, on May 14, highlighting her trip to Italy in 2013 to visit the ancient and modern mosaic masterpieces of Ravenna.

 

Washington artist Jennifer Kuhns teaches the technique of creating glass-on-glass mosaic in a two-day work shop, May 17 - 18. 

 

For more details on Sequoia classes, visit our website here.

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 Linda Jerome; jeromelk@me.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 at the gallery.  

Sincerely,
Sequoia Gallery + Studios