PAINTING FOOD - REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
Using food as props, focus on still life techniques in acrylic paint such as light/shadow, color and texture. Class time includes presentations, demos, one-on-one and group feedback.
Location: Cascade Campus, 705 N. Killingsworth St. Portland, OR 97217
Dates: Wednesdays, Oct 12 -- Nov 16, 2016
Instructor: Hilary Galian
TEACHING AT PORTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
I'm excited to begin teaching at Portland Community College in the Community Education program this fall. Look for my class, "Painting Food"! Details coming.
HILLSBORO HIGH SCHOOL MURAL
I've been working with Hillsboro High School students this year to plan and create new murals for their school. The students are truly fun to work with and have such passion for the subjects they chose. More in-progress mural pics on my instagram.
Thanks to Regional Arts and Culture Council and Cultural Coalition of Washington County for the project grants.
THE FREE GALLERY AT PRO ARTS
I gave my painting Three Trees to Proprietor (and friend) Jocelyn Meggait for her latest project at Pro Arts:
The Free Gallery
By Free Utopian Projects
Exhibition Dates: February 26 - March 29, 2013
Preview: Tuesday, February 26 - Friday, March 1
Artists' Reception and Free Art Launch: First Friday, March 1, 6-8pm
The Free Gallery, by Free Utopian Projects, is a new exhibition presenting free artwork, found objects and art ephemera to the public.
PARKS AND RECREATION, MAY 14 - JULY 6, 2012
My painting, Rival, will be on view at:
101 California Street Lobby
Monday through Friday 8am to 6pm
OPENING AT TRITON ART MUSUEM DEC 9TH
I have a new painting in a show at the Triton Art Museum in Santa Clara opening Dec. 9th. It's an exhibition of works from their painting competition.
Triton Art Museum
1505 Warburton Ave.
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Opening Reception: Dec 9th, 7-9pm
Exhibition Dates: Dec 10th to Feb 12th
WALKING BACKWARDS FORWARD: MFA THESIS EXHIBITION
Walking Backwards Forward, the thesis exhibition for the 2011 Master of Fine Arts degree recipients. The exhibition showcases original works by this promising group of emerging artists and is the culmination of their two-year pursuit of a master of fine arts in studio art degree. The exhibition is curated by Stephanie Hanor, director of the Mills College Art Museum.
Walking Backwards Forward features work by Alexa Alexander, Sholeh Asgary, Sohyung Choi, Hilary Galián, Sarah Hirneisen, Amy M. Ho, Emily Hoyt, David Johnson, Danielle Lawrence, Chelsea Pegram, David Sleeth and Alexander Treu.
May 1-29, 2011
Opening Reception: April 30th, 6-8pm
For more information, please call: 510.430.2164
For directions, please call: 510.430.3250
Tuesday–Sunday 11:00 am–4:00 pm
Wednesday 11:00 am–7:30 pm