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ASSOCIATED ARTISTS OF THE INLAND EMPIRE
MASTER ARTIST DEMONSTRATIONS
NOVEMBER 8, 2006

FRANCES HOLLINGER FRASER

             
                                         
                                        Frances Hollinger Fraser

PASTELS
 

FRANCES HOLLINGER FRASER grew up in a family that enjoyed music, poetry, and painting.  Art, music, and literature have continued to serve as inspiration, encouraging her to work harder and learn more.  She has furthered her education through study with many instructors including Betty Edwards of California State University, Long Beach; Shinjiro Nakamura, Tokyo, Japan; and William Yelland of Orange, California.  She has attended seminars with Thomas Fogarty, Oldrich Teply, John Howard Sanden, Harley Brown, and Chuck Hammond.  Frances' paintings in oil and pastel radiate an inner light, giving her subjects a life force that holds the viewer spellbound.

In addition to portraits, her subjects include nostalgia, animals, southwestern, and traditionalism.  Among her most enjoyable art experiences are doing pastel portraits in New York Central Park, in front of the Metropolitan Museum in New York City, at Knott's Berry Farm, Disneyland, Movie Wax Museum, Calico Ghost Town in California, and assisting in the beginning of the Norco Western Art Show in Norco, California.  She has demonstrated pastel portrait for Sennelier Pastel in over 120 cities.  At this moment, her paintings are on display at the Best in Show Framers in Norco, California, and at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.  Frances holds a lifetime membership in the Art Students League, New York, N.Y.


 


ASSOCIATED ARTISTS OF THE INLAND EMPIRE
Monthly Master Artist Demonstration featuring
Frances Hollinger Fraser

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2006
9:30 a.m. - Noon

MEETING LOCATION!
The Rancho Cucamonga Goldy S. Lewis Community Center
11200 Baseline Road
Rancho Cucamonga, California

Located on the Northwest corner of Baseline Road and Milliken Avenue.


The public is welcome!

Donation of $3 is accepted for non-members.


 

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