December Classes and Workshops

It’s a busy time of year, but there’s always time for a little art. We have some classes and workshops coming up in the month of December.

Watercolor Painting with Donna Lee

Award winning artist Donna Lee is holding a watercolor painting workshop. This class is suitable for beginners. You will need to bring a good set of watercolors and an assortment of brushes. Donna will guide you through painting this hummingbird. Class size is limited. Call or come in to sign up.

Date: 12/11

Time: 1:00-4:00

Cost: $30


Kids Create – Make and Take Christmas Cards

The table will be out from 1-3. Bring your kids in to create their own Christmas card(s). We will have cardstock, paper, and embellishments available for your creating pleasure.

Date: 12/18

Time: 1:00-3:00

Cost: free

Kids create has been made possible through a generous grant from the Linn County Cultural Coalition.


Snowman Painting

Brynn Carter will lead a class in painting a whimsical snowman on a canvas panel. Use acrylic paints, scissors, colorful papers and your imagination to create a cheery snow person collage on an 8×10 inch canvas.  The only requirement is basic cutting skills.  Limited to 8 participants.. Please call or come in to sign up.

Date 12/18

Time: 3:00-5:00

Cost: free

(Your actual snowperson may differ from the example.)

Li’l Art Show Intake

We’re ready for your art. Please remember that hanging art must not exceed 8×10, including frame, and must be suitable for hanging. Three dimension art must not exceed 8x10x10 including base or stand. Registration forms and tags are available at the gallery. You can print the registration form and bring it in with your art if you like, but please remember that your item numbers will be assigned at the gallery.

We are located at 605 Main St., downtown Lebanon, Oregon. (541) 497-0386

Instructions

Registration form

We look forward to seeing you!


This event is made possible through a generous grant from the Linn County Cultural Coalition.

Coming up – Li’l Art Show

Calling all artists! Get your paintbrushes out, dust off your cameras, fire up the wood-burning tool or soldering iron. Linn County Arts Guild is having an art show. This is a community event, and we’d love to see your creations. We are timing this to coincide with our 6th anniversary as a store, happening in April. Intake for art will be April 6-17. Art will be on display from April 20-May 29th. All art mush have a finished size of 8×10 or smaller. More details to follow.

Goodbye to 2020

As we close out 2020, we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support during this tough year. We wish everyone a healthy and happy New Year! We are currently closed until January 5th.

We would really appreciate it if you would take a moment to fill out our survey. This helps us focus our advertising efforts and plan future events. We want to hear from all of you! Thanks in advance.

Scratchboard Class with Donna Lee

Donna Lee is offering a scratchboard class on January 16th. She will lead you in creating a piece of scratchboard art based on the photo below. You will need to bring an Exacto knife (or similar). All other supplies will be provided. More information is provided below the photo.

Date: January 16, 2021

Time: 1-4 pm

Cost: $30 per person

Supplies: Exacto knife or similar required. All other supplies will be provided.

Covid related information: Class size is limited to 6 participants. Masks are required. Participants will be able to maintain social distancing. There is hand sanitizer on site.

Call or come down to the gallery to sign up.

Holiday Store

Our Holiday Store is underway. We have some fabulous artists joining us for the holiday season.

Petra from Petrichor Glass Works has beautifully crafted stained glass items. You have to come check them out!

Pam Doan brought in her fantastic paintings and photography, and she has prints of these as well. (You must come see her elk painting. We’ve all been admiring it.)

Annette Reisbeck brought in beautiful felted and knit items. Her most recent addition was a fun knit Santa hat!

Jackie Lewis has some fun and affordable jewelry, as well as sling bags and reusable shopping bags that fold down into a compact size.

Alan Fackrell brought in some beautiful rustic bowls wonderful tables made from live edge wood and repurposed cast iron sewing machine table bases.

Lori Garcy has copper yard stakes and jewelry made from copper or sterling silver.

Patrick Flanagan is back for the holidays with his joyful chainsaw carved sculptures.

Please come down and look at all of the lovingly crafted items we have at the Gifts and Gallery store. As always, we appreciate your patronage and willingness to support our local business and our independent artists. While you’re downtown, please grab a coffee or a bite to eat at one of the downtown restaurants and visit the other great downtown businesses.

Keep Lebanon strong!