An oil painting demo by Lynne Fearman will be held on Monday, Feb. 18, at the meeting of the Santa Clarita Artists Association (SCAA).
This event is free, open to the public and meets at 6:30 p.m. at Barnes & Noble, 23630 Valencia Blvd.
Using a palette of three colors and white, Fearman said, “This will be slightly different from most because my triad will be primarily in the cool tones. I will show how with this limited palette, one can create a dynamic and exciting painting.”
Over the years she has garnered numerous awards for her work and has shown her work in the Riverside Art Museum and Pasadena Museum of History. She was commissioned to create “Bearlovian Paradise” as a permanent art installation for the Monrovia Library in 2010.
A professional artist for over 30 years, Fearman in 2018 won the Award of Excellence at the National Oil Painters of America Convention during the “Wet Painting” competition. She received the Grand Prize for the Los Angeles Plein Air Festival and was invited to participate in the Washington state Plein Air Festival, “Paint the Peninsula!” Fearman is an active member of Mid-Valley Arts League, (president from 2006-2008), California Art Club, California Plein Air Painters, Oil Painters of America, and American Impressionist Society. She is the location master for the Thursdays En Plein Air group in the San Gabriel Valley. For more information, visit www.LynneFearman.com.
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