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NEWSLETTER

ASSOCIATED ARTISTS of the INLAND EMPIRE

JANUARY DEMONSTRATOR ARTIST

     

 

DORY GRADE

JULY 9, 2003

ART CRITIQUE      Each member may bring one work for critique.

Dory Grade has been a professional artist for more than thirty years.  She works equally well in oil, watercolor and acrylic painting plus drawing, silkscreen, etching, and lithographic printmaking, Dory will be critiquing member paintings this month.

            Her training includes classes at the Jepson Art Institute in Los Angeles and scholarship study at the California School of Art. She also studied with Czechoslovakian master painter Josef Silhavy as well as watercolorist Robert E. Wood.  Dory attended Loma Linda University, Otis Parsons School of Design, Glendale College, and UCLA.

            Through the years, she has received numerous awards from competitions sponsored by such organizations as the Santa Paula Chamber of Commerce, the National Orange Show, Watercolor West, and Art Associations of Riverside, Redlands, and Corona.

            Her work is proudly presented in many private collections throughout the world, as well as in many corporate collections.

 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
 

AUGUST EXHIBITING ARTIST

 

Gabriele Baber

            Since Gabriele Baber was a child growing up in Lendersdorf, Germany, she has memories of her love of drawing and painting.  She immigrated with her parents to northern California in 1957.  She remembers being inspired by an art demonstration on how to mix colors.  After saving up for her own supplies, she purchased the basic colors and a Walter Foster book, and thought “I HAVE to do this!”

            In order to develop her talent, Gabriele juggled her family of three children with college art classes, teaching, and art affiliations with local and regional art groups.  She nurtured her skills by devouring books, videos, and taking numerous workshops with artists such as:  Christopher Hart, don Hendricks, Keith Batchelor, and Daniel Green.

            Gabriele enjoys teaching and has a studio in her home to accommodate her projects and her student’s needs.  She is also a contract instructor through the Temecula Community Services, Chino Hills Recreation Department, Santa Ana College, and Michael’s Art Store.

            This year has brought many honors and accolades to Gabriele.  Her art is on permanent display at the Temecula Valley Arts Council office.  Recently, she has contracted to do the cover art for a coffee table book, “Temecula Valley Soars,” available soon at Barnes and Noble.  The Brandon Gallery in Fallbrook currently represents her work.

            With a goal of having her work available in every winery in California and having her own gallery and studio, Gabriele shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.  Her son has created a terrific website for her at http://www.gabrielebaberart.com .  For further information, please, visit the site!

http://www.gabrielebaberart.com

 

 
     
 

 

AREA ART SHOWS

ART BOX STUDIO CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

 

 
     

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