Welcome to the Morro Bay Art Association and its member gallery.

Our Mission: To champion art as essential to life and give our community a creative voice.

Art Center Morro Bay

Where we connect art lovers with artists.

“The love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Art Center Morro Bay Events


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Mosaic Heart Art Project

Mosaic Heart Art Project

Jan 23, 10:00am - Jan 23, 11:00am

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Create in the comfort and safety of your home guided by a how-to video. Date and time listed are for curbside kit pickup.

​​Hearts are a perfect accent for your home or as a gift for someone special. Choose from several projects to make your heart sing while learning mosaic basics to complete your project.

Kits include everything you need to complete your project at home, except for wheeled nippers, which are sold separately for $10 with kit purchase.

Preregistration required at www.creativemetime.com

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Sea Glass Wire Wrapped Jewelry Project

Sea Glass Wire Wrapped Jewelry Project

Jan 24, 1:00pm - Jan 24, 2:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Create in the comfort and safety of your home with this kit featuring local sea glass and a how-to video to guide you to a successful, fun project. Time and date listed are for curbside kit pickup.

​Learn basic wire wrapping to create a lovely necklace and two pierced earrings. All materials are provided including local sea glass, jewelry findings, and jewelry wire except for basic jewelry tools (wire cutters, round nose pliers and flat nose pliers) available for purchase on website.

Choose from brown, green or white genuine local sea glass (Joan will contact you about your color selection after purchase.)

Preregistration required at www.creativemetime.com or contact 805-286-5993
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8 interested
Painting with Paper - Live online Workshop

Painting with Paper - Live online Workshop

Jan 29, 10:00am - Jan 29, 11:30am+1Jan 30, 10:00am - Jan 30, 11:30am

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Art Center Morro Bay is happy to present Painting with Paper, an online workshop with Lisa Agaran.

Ever wondered what to do with left over birthday cards, old textbooks, event tickets and out dated wrapping paper? Before you throw them into the recycle, take a second look. What we overlook on a daily basis can be precious fragments in creating a work of art.

In this workshop you will create an engaging piece of art, using paper as the primary medium. You will learn how to pull together upcycle paper, vintage ephemera and handmade papers to create a piece that is tactile and artistically beautiful. You’ll develop an eye for paper materials that can potentially create interesting backgrounds, shapes, textures and patterns.

You will also gain an understanding of how to apply a sense of composition, color schemes to create cohesiveness and harmony.

Learn the importance of layering materials from large scale to smaller, developing a sense of background and foreground. Most importantly, you will learn how to follow your creative intuition and have fun as your piece organically unfolds. This workshop is appropriate for adults age 18+ and all levels of experience.


Lisa Agaran is a professional Mixed Media Artist. Her work has been shown in both solo and group exhibits throughout Los Angeles and New Mexico. Lisa’s work has been published in Incite, Dreams Realized: The Best of Mixed Media and Incite 3: The Art of Storytelling. Lisa earned a BFA from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and a Masters in Psychology. Prior to her art career, she worked as a Licensed Therapist (Inactive), Creativity Coach and Graphic Designer. Lisa also taught one of the core certification courses at the Creativity Coaching Association.

Integrating both her artistic and psychology background, Lisa has worked with artists and creative professionals on their careers and creative process. From her own personal experience working in the studio and facing typical challenges with the creative process, Lisa understands first hand how to work passed the blocks that keep us from accessing our True Creativity Within. She currently teaches a variety of Mixed Media workshops and classes throughout Los Angeles. Some of the locations she has taught at include the Creative Arts Group, Glendale Community College, Laguna Woods and San Clemente Art Supply. Lisa also host and leads her mixed media retreats "Awaken Your True Creativity” at various locations throughout the year.

Materials needed:
(2) 8 x 10 in. (or 9 x 12 in.) MDF Art boards (pre-primed) OR Canvas boards
Matte Medium
Tracing Paper (size should cover the size of your board)
Putty spreader or squeegee
Gesso
Acrylic paint (Black & Unbleached titanium white)
Paint brushes
Scissors
Cup for water
Collection of upcycled paper materials & ephemera to choose from (a list of suggestions & ideas will be provided upon registration).


WHAT: Painting with Paper
WHERE: Online via Zoom
WHEN: Friday & Saturday, January 29 & 30 from 10-11:30 am
COST: $45. MBAA Members or $50. Non-Members

For those unfamiliar with Zoom or feel a little intimidated by attending a workshop online. Lisa is happy to help guide you thru the process before this workshop begins. For questions about materials or help attending this workshop online, please contact Lisa by email: lisa.agaran@gmail.com

Refunds available up to 2 days before scheduled workshop.
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Resin Art Bowl or Framed Heart

Resin Art Bowl or Framed Heart

Jan 30, 10:00am - Jan 30, 11:00am

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

​​Create from the safety of your home with complete kits and a how-to video to guide your every step. Date and time listed are for curbside kit pickup.

​Create a gorgeous glass-look art bowl or heart frame using glistening resin. The bowls are perfect for display, as a gift for your special someone, for your trinkets or add a pot inside for your succulents and the heart frames are a perfect gift or to grace your window.

Everything is provided in the kit including plastic tablecloth, gloves, resin, colored glass and all the little items you need for a successful project. Also included is a very informative instruction sheet and how-to video so your at-home project is stunning. Student will provide an object to lay their curing resin over to shape the bowl. Once your order is placed, you will be contacted about color selection.

Preregister for your project at www.creativemetime.com or contact 805-286-5993
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Sea Glass & Resin Necklaces

Sea Glass & Resin Necklaces

Jan 30, 11:00am - Jan 30, 12:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Create from the comfort and safety of your home with kits and a how-to video to guide your every step.

Date and time listed is for curbside kit pickup.

Create beautiful mementos of our stunning Central Coast using locally found sea glass. You'll learn how to mix, pour and create with resin to make three necklaces. Kit includes sea glass, three metal bezels, three necklace chains, resin, tablecloth, gloves, apron, charms, instructional video and instruction sheet to guide you through the fun and easy resin process. ​

Resin Sea Glass Necklaces Kit $40

Preregistration required at www.creativemetime.com or contact 805-286-5993

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CALL TO ARTISTS: "Flower Power" Art & Ikebana Take-In: Tues, Feb 9

CALL TO ARTISTS: "Flower Power" Art & Ikebana Take-In: Tues, Feb 9

Feb 9, 10:00am - Feb 9, 2:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

WHAT: ART EXHIBIT - FLOWER POWER and IKEBANANA (Ikebana)
WHEN: ART TAKE-IN FEBRUARY 9, 2021, 10am – 2pm
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay
835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442
TAKE-IN FORM FOUND ON THE EXHIBIT SCHEDULE.
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OPEN TO ALL MEDIA, 2D, 3D, Jewelry, Pottery, Glass, Wood and Ikebana floral designs.
COST: ENTRY FEES ARE VARIED:
MBAA MEMBERS: may submit up to (3) 2D entries at $5. per entry. Plus, up to (3) 3D entries from $1. to $5. per entry depending on item or size. Plus (1) ikebana floral arrangement $5.

NON-MEMBERS may submit the same number of items to this exhibit by doubling entry fees.

TO BECOME A MEMBER, please apply at the gallery or online for an annual membership: artcentermorrobay.org/index.php/asp-products/mbaa-annual-membership/

Please refer the MBAA gallery hanging policy for further rules of entry:
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INFORMALLY JURIED at time of entry. For more info, Gallery Director, Barbara Sitar: (617) 320-2956

MBAA keeps 25% commission on sold items. Sold items may be replaced free of additional fees as they sell.

Artists are not required to docent.


Flower Power is a slogan emblematic from the counter culture of the 1960’s. During the Summer of Love, flowers became powerful symbols of peace, a concept plucked from Buddhist art.

More than merely decorative, floral imagery has helped convey ideas from the refined to the revolutionary for thousands of years. Flowers in contemporary art are connected to particular cultural legacies but are also open to new interpretations, moored to the past yet provoking questions about our future.

Flowers offer decorative appeal, symbolic and healing values, as well as ways of thinking about a wide range of topics—the natural environment in which we live, the communities we build, and the commodities we buy.

This exhibition will embrace the diversity of florals through 2 dimensional interpretations, from scientific illustration, abstract, photorealism to large free style creations in oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, photography, digital media and mixed media. In addition, 3 dimensional artworks may include ceramic, glass, wood and floral.

Artists are invited to submit up to (3) 2D or wall hung artworks in all media. In addition, artists are encouraged to submit to both featured 3D themes:

THE ROLE OF THE VASE featuring vases. Artists may submit up to three vases.

IKEBANANA (Ikebana) will feature work of botanical artists, green professionals, flower growers and floral designers. Ikebana is traditional Japanese art of flower arrangement.


Requirements for entry:
VESSEL
· artist use or create an original vessel out of any raw material
· artist may collaborate with another vase making artist/potter/glass blower and final arrangement will be collaborative work presented as such
· vessel has to be stable and watertight
· vessel may be commercially produced, purchased or thrifted.

FLOWERS
· artists must use live plants in flower arrangement, No use of purchased dry flowers or home dried flowers
· artists are free to use any material created directly by nature or foraged

SIZE AND MAINTENANCE
· maximum height 4 feet
· maximum width 15 inches
· we will mist and water Ikebana arrangements
· every piece will be photo documented at the opening
· artists have to replace flowers and plants that wither
· replacement flowers may not deviates from its intended image
· special needs have to be put into the take-in sheet

Please address questions to Barbara Sitar, Gallery Director at bsitar66@gmail.com or call 6173202956
*List of artists specializing in vases is available via email.

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Flower Power & Ikebana

Flower Power & Ikebana

Feb 11, 12:00pm - Feb 11, 4:00pm+51Feb 11, 7:00pm - Feb 11, 10:00pmFeb 12, 12:00pm - Feb 12, 4:00pmFeb 12, 7:00pm - Feb 12, 10:00pmFeb 13, 12:00pm - Feb 13, 4:00pmFeb 13, 7:00pm - Feb 13, 10:00pmFeb 14, 12:00pm - Feb 14, 4:00pmFeb 14, 7:00pm - Feb 14, 10:00pmFeb 15, 12:00pm - Feb 15, 4:00pmFeb 15, 7:00pm - Feb 15, 10:00pmFeb 18, 12:00pm - Feb 18, 4:00pmFeb 18, 7:00pm - Feb 18, 10:00pmFeb 19, 12:00pm - Feb 19, 4:00pmFeb 19, 7:00pm - Feb 19, 10:00pmFeb 20, 12:00pm - Feb 20, 4:00pmFeb 20, 7:00pm - Feb 20, 10:00pmFeb 21, 12:00pm - Feb 21, 4:00pmFeb 21, 7:00pm - Feb 21, 10:00pmFeb 22, 12:00pm - Feb 22, 4:00pmFeb 22, 7:00pm - Feb 22, 10:00pmFeb 25, 12:00pm - Feb 25, 4:00pmFeb 25, 7:00pm - Feb 25, 10:00pmFeb 26, 12:00pm - Feb 26, 4:00pmFeb 26, 7:00pm - Feb 26, 10:00pmFeb 27, 12:00pm - Feb 27, 4:00pmFeb 27, 7:00pm - Feb 27, 10:00pmFeb 28, 12:00pm - Feb 28, 4:00pmFeb 28, 7:00pm - Feb 28, 10:00pmMar 1, 12:00pm - Mar 1, 4:00pmMar 1, 7:00pm - Mar 1, 10:00pmMar 4, 12:00pm - Mar 4, 4:00pmMar 4, 7:00pm - Mar 4, 10:00pmMar 5, 12:00pm - Mar 5, 4:00pmMar 5, 7:00pm - Mar 5, 10:00pmMar 6, 12:00pm - Mar 6, 4:00pmMar 6, 7:00pm - Mar 6, 10:00pmMar 7, 12:00pm - Mar 7, 4:00pmMar 7, 7:00pm - Mar 7, 10:00pmMar 8, 12:00pm - Mar 8, 4:00pmMar 8, 7:00pm - Mar 8, 10:00pmMar 11, 12:00pm - Mar 11, 4:00pmMar 11, 7:00pm - Mar 11, 10:00pmMar 12, 12:00pm - Mar 12, 4:00pmMar 12, 7:00pm - Mar 12, 10:00pmMar 13, 12:00pm - Mar 13, 4:00pmMar 13, 7:00pm - Mar 13, 10:00pmMar 14, 12:00pm - Mar 14, 4:00pmMar 14, 7:00pm - Mar 14, 10:00pmMar 15, 12:00pm - Mar 15, 4:00pmMar 15, 7:00pm - Mar 15, 10:00pmApr 5, 12:00pm - Apr 5, 4:00pmApr 5, 7:00pm - Apr 5, 10:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Feb 11 through April 5, 2021

Art Center Morro Bay is proud to present, FLOWER POWER.

Flower Power is a slogan emblematic from the counter culture of the 1960’s. During the Summer of Love, flowers became powerful symbols of peace, a concept plucked from Buddhist art.

More than merely decorative, floral imagery has helped convey ideas from the refined to the revolutionary for thousands of years. Flowers in contemporary art are connected to particular cultural legacies but are also open to new interpretations, moored to the past yet provoking questions about our future.

This exhibit will demonstrate the flexibility of floral images to convey both timely and timeless themes. The flowers offer decorative appeal, symbolic and healing values, as well as ways of thinking about a wide range of topics—the natural environment in which we live, the communities we build, and the commodities we buy.

This exhibition will embrace the diversity of florals through 2 dimensional interpretations from scientific illustration, abstract, photorealism to large free style creations in oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, photography, digital media and mixed media. In addition, 3 dimensional art will include ceramic, glass, wood and floral sculptures. The ART OF IKEBANA will feature work of botanical artists, green professionals, flower growers and floral designers.

Image: The Sun Will Come Out© Acrylic painting courtesy of Larry Kappen.

You'll find paintings in all media, photography, jewelry, Ikebana and other 3 dimensional artworks.

Art Center Morro Bay is open 12pm – 4pm, daily except Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

WHAT: FLOWER POWER and IKEBANANA
WHEN: Feb 11, 2021 – April 5, 2021
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay
COST: FREE TO THE PUBLIC
CONTACT: www.artcentermorrobay.org (805) 772-2504

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Mosaics for Beginners

Mosaics for Beginners

Feb 13, 10:00am - Feb 13, 11:00am

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Create in the comfort and safety of your home with a complete Creative Me Time kit and guided by a how-to video.

Looking for something different and fun to do Valentine's weekend? Work on the project as a couple or create a mosaic masterpiece for your special someone (Kits can be picked-up anytime, by arrangement.) Choose from several projects to make your heart sing while learning mosaic basics to complete your project.

Kits include everything you need to complete your project at home, except for wheeled nippers, which are sold separately for $10 with kit purchase.

Preregistration required.

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6 interested
Resin Art

Resin Art

Feb 13, 11:00am - Feb 13, 12:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Create your very own resin scene in the comfort of your home with a complete kit and how-to video.

Kit includes: 11" x 14" white frame (sealed with silicone), 8 ounces of two part resin, tablecloth, cups, gloves, stir sticks, apron and all of the necessary components to create your scene. Also included is a very informative how-to video.

Preregistration required.

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2 interested
Succulent Wreath Kits

Succulent Wreath Kits

Feb 14, 10:00am - Feb 14, 11:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Create in the comfort of your home with a complete kit and how-to video from Creative Me Time.

Are you looking for a gift for your special someone this Valentine's Day? How about a lovely succulent wreath - you can create it to give them or it also is a fun way for you and your honey to spend some quality time together assembling a gorgeous wreath.

Learn how easy it is to create with succulents. Choose from two sizes of round wreath, a heart wreath or a square wreath. Care instructions are provided so your succulent projects thrive for a very long time.

Everything's included - Use of tools, beautiful, locally grown succulents, wreath forms or wood vertical planter and use of tools - so all you do is sign-up, create and enjoy!

Preregistration required.

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Mixed Media Art Journaling for Beginners - Live online Workshop

Mixed Media Art Journaling for Beginners - Live online Workshop

Feb 15, 1:00pm - Feb 15, 2:15pm+4Feb 22, 1:00pm - Feb 22, 2:15pmMar 1, 1:00pm - Mar 1, 2:15pmMar 8, 1:00pm - Mar 8, 2:15pmMar 15, 1:00pm - Mar 15, 2:15pm

Throughout history, Art Journaling has been used by artists and masters as a tool for capturing ideas and inspiration. An art journal is a great place to record your travels, memorable moments, to affirm your goals and dreams or just PLAY!

If you keep a regular writing journal, but are looking to add a visual quality and depth, Mixed Media Art Journaling is the perfect addition to your journaling practice. It’s also a place where you are allowed to get messy, experiment and create without prior artistic experience. It’s the perfect way to stay creative at home.

Mixed Media Art Journaling can be a transformative tool to utilize during life’s transitions, when you want to gain clarity on a major decision, explore your creativity or just need to process your thoughts in a visual way.

In this online class you not only learn the basics, you will also learn a variety of fun and easy mixed media techniques to fill your Journal with lots of creativity.

Lisa Agaran is a professional Mixed Media Artist. Her work has been shown in both solo and group exhibits throughout Los Angeles and New Mexico. Lisa’s work has been published in Incite, Dreams Realized: The Best of Mixed Media and Incite 3: The Art of Storytelling. Lisa earned a BFA from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and a Masters in Psychology. Prior to her art career, she worked as a Licensed Therapist (Inactive), Creativity Coach and Graphic Designer. Lisa also taught one of the core certification courses at the Creativity Coaching Association.

Integrating both her artistic and psychology background, Lisa has worked with artists and creative professionals on their careers and creative process. From her own personal experience working in the studio and facing typical challenges with the creative process, Lisa understands first hand how to work passed the blocks that keep us from accessing our True Creativity Within. She currently teaches a variety of Mixed Media workshops and classes throughout Los Angeles. Some of the locations she has taught at include the Creative Arts Group, Glendale Community College, Laguna Woods and San Clemente Art Supply. Lisa also host and leads her mixed media retreats "Awaken Your True Creativity” at various locations throughout the year.

This workshop is appropriate for beginners and adults 18 years or older.

Materials Needed:
• 12 color Opaque Watercolor Pan Set (any of the following brands) - Richeson | Lukas | Pelikan
7 x 10 in. Canson XL Mixed Media Pad
• Gesso (white)
• Matte Medium, Mod Podge or Decoupage
• Putty Spreader or Old credit card
• Variety of Collage Materials (magazine clippings, colored tissue paper, handmade papers, pages of text, etc.)
• Paint Brushes
• Scissors
• Cup for Water
• Spray Bottle with Water
• Pencil
• Black Sharpie
• Colored Pencils
• Tissue paper
• Hair dryer


WHAT: Mixed Media Art Journaling
WHERE: Live Online Workshop via Zoom
WHEN: (5) days on Mondays: Feb 15; February 22; March 1; March 8 and March 15. 1pm – 2:15pm
COST: $85. MBAA Members or $90. Non-Members

For those unfamiliar with Zoom or feel a little intimidated by attending a workshop online. Lisa is happy to help guide you thru the process before this workshop begins. For questions about materials or help attending this workshop online, please contact Lisa by email: lisa.agaran@gmail.com

Refunds available up to 2 days before scheduled workshop.

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Resin Photo Jewelry

Resin Photo Jewelry

Mar 13, 11:00am - Mar 13, 12:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Create in the comfort and safety of your home with a complete kit and how-to video.

Encase your photos in glistening resin then add colorful bead accents to finish your projects.

Kits include everything you need to complete your project at home except your photos.

Mosaics for Beginners

Mosaics for Beginners

Mar 13, 1:00pm - Mar 13, 2:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Create in the comfort and safety of your home guided by a how-to video. Date and time listed are for curbside kit pickup.

​​Choose from several projects to make your heart sing while learning mosaic basics to complete your project. NEW!!! Mosaic Necklaces.

Kits include everything you need to complete your project at home, except for wheeled nippers, which are sold separately for $10 with kit purchase.

Preregistration required at www.creativemetime.com

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Sea Glass Jewelry

Sea Glass Jewelry

Mar 14, 10:00am - Mar 14, 11:00am

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

​​​Create in the comfort and safety of your home with a kit featuring local sea glass and a how-to video to guide you to a successful, fun project.

Choose from wire wrapping or hammered sea glass jewelry.

All materials are provided including local sea glass, jewelry findings except for basic jewelry tools (wire cutters, round nose pliers and flat nose pliers) available for purchase.

Choose from brown, green or white genuine local sea glass (Joan will contact you about your color selection after purchase.)

Preregistration required at www.creativemetime.com or contact 805-286-5993
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Architecture of Light - March 2021

Architecture of Light - March 2021

Mar 19, 9:00am - Mar 19, 4:00pm+2Mar 20, 9:00am - Mar 20, 4:00pmMar 21, 9:00am - Mar 21, 4:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present world renowned artist and author, Thomas W. Schaller for a watercolor workshop, “Architecture of Light”.

Following a 20-year career in New York City as an architect and architectural artist, Thomas Schaller is now based in Los Angeles where he devotes himself full-time to fine art in watercolor.

Mr. Schaller feels that a final painting begins long before an artist ever touches brush to paper!

The focus of this workshop will be less about technical expertise and more about intent, inspiration, observation and finding your unique artist voice. Enjoy daily demonstrations and discussions. You'll learn everything you need to know about atmospheric expression in watercolor, including depictions of sky, water, and fog. Then take your art to the next level by exploring the tension, resolution, and connections between complements, including warm and cool, vertical and horizontal, man-made and natural. You'll discover how to make sure all the parts of your painting work in unison to tell a powerfully communicative story! Students may bring their own photo reference – something that resonates with them personally.

“As an artist, it is light, that is the constant narrative in my work. So when I’m deciding on what it is I wish to paint, I concentrate less on specific objects – places or things – and more on the strength of a strong abstract value composition of darks and lights. A common phrase we often hear is: “Mother Nature is the best teacher” While I agree that real world observation is a crucial skill for the artist, no less so are the lessons to be learned from memory, dreams, and pure invention.” ~ Thomas W. Schaller, AWS, NWS, TWSA

Mr. Schaller has authored art books, instructional video’s, DVD’s and has been featured in several publications. He is one of the few watercolor artists to be featured in The American Masters Exhibition 2015 at the famed Salmagundi Club in NYC. He received a Graham Foundation Grant and was a two-time recipient of the Hugh Ferris Memorial Prize. In 2017 he was a finalist for the Lynx Prize for Contemporary Art; Trieste. In 2019 he was awarded the Abu Rawash Master Award.

Mr. Schaller is a signature member of many organizations including: American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Northwest Watercolor Society, San Diego Watercolor Society, California Watercolor Association, California Art Club, American Society of Architectural Perspectivists and New York Society of Renderers.

He is president emeritus of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators and founding member of the group, North American Watercolor Artists. His work has been included in major exhibitions and collections worldwide.

Discover why it’s better to be less concerned with technical expertise and more about inspiration and observation. This workshop is an indoor class and appropriate for skill levels of intermediate to advanced.

WHAT: “Architecture of Light” workshop
WHEN: March 19,20,21, 2021 9am – 4pm
COST: $425. MBAA Members or $450. Non-Members
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442
Preregister at: artcentermorrobay.org/index.php/shop/

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Beaded Glass Pearl Bracelet - May 2021

Beaded Glass Pearl Bracelet - May 2021

May 8, 9:00am - May 8, 12:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Morro Bay Art Association is pleased to present a jewelry workshop, “Making a Glass Pearl Bracelet” with Gail Martin.

During this workshop we will create a beautiful sea inspired faux pearl bracelet using Celestial Crystal® pearls with easy loop clasp. Celestial Crystal® glass and pearls are loved for their versatility, color selection and understated refinement. Faceting on these crystal beads reflect lively highlights while faux pearls are created with the elegant appearance of traditional pearls in mind.

This simple to learn technique needs relatively no special tools and you can take away a skill to use later. Make lovely beaded bracelets for friends and family birthday gifts or to sell at Art in the Park type venues.

Gail discovered the joy of jewelry making while taking classes from renowned bead maker and jewelry artist Klew of Klew Expressions.

WHAT: Beaded Glass Pearl Bracelet
WHEN: May 8, 2021 - 9am-12 Noon
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main St. Morro Bay, CA 93442
COST: $40. MBAA Members $45. Non Members
All materials are provided and included in the workshop registration fee.
CONTACT: Art Center Morro Bay (805) 772-2504, www.artcentermorrobay.org

Pre-registration is required:
Register Online: www.artcentermorrobay.org
Refunds for cancellations up to 7 days before workshop
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Mark Making-Developing Your Signature Style - June 2021

Mark Making-Developing Your Signature Style - June 2021

Jun 18, 10:00am - Jun 18, 4:00pm+1Jun 19, 10:00am - Jun 19, 4:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present esteemed artists, Diane Williams & Chuck Potter for a two-day workshop, “Mark Making – Developing Your Signature Style in Abstract Painting”.

Diane Williams and Chuck Potter both hold Master of Fine Arts degrees in Studio Art and Consciousness studies from John F Kennedy University in Berkeley, California. Additionally, both have studied at the University of Hangzhou China, incorporating calligraphy, traditional Chinese landscape painting and Chinese medicine with their western art practices.

Diane and Chuck were adjunct professors for National University and have mentored graduate students from John F Kennedy, University. They also have an extensive exhibition list.
Their works can be found in corporate, public, and personal collections nationally and worldwide.

Mark making is as distinctive as your fingerprint, adding a personal touch to your painting. Marks can energize a painting, or highlight movement, texture or direction. In this 2-day workshop you will practice abstract acrylic painting techniques that are enhanced by your personal mark making. Feeling stuck or that something personal or dynamic is missing in your painting? This class is designed to help you develop your signature style by identifying your personal and unique marks.
Venture with us into the realm of self-expression by identifying your own unique style. We will be exploring a variety of techniques using water soluble pencils, Sumi ink, charcoal, sticks, scrapers, and other mark making tools. We will also use stencils, stamping, special patinas and other applications to create multi-dimensional layering effects adding depth and visual interest. The results are alive, authentic and exhilarating. Unveil the mysteries of abstraction by practicing techniques in form, rhythm and motion. Each student will receive individual instruction and group critique.

This workshop is appropriate for all skill levels.
Copyrighted Image© courtesy of Diane Williams


“Mark Making – Developing Your Signature Style in Abstract Painting” workshop.
WHEN: June 18th – 19th, 2021 10am – 4pm
COST: $225. MBAA Members or $235. Non Members
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442
CONTACT: Gail Martin (805) 234-8766
Preregister at: artcentermorrobay.org/index.php/shop/
refunds available up to 7 days before workshop
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Let's Etch a Credit Card - July 2021

Let's Etch a Credit Card - July 2021

Jul 12, 3:00pm - Jul 12, 5:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present a demonstration of dry-point etchings by accomplished artist and gallery owner, Rosey Rosenthal.

Rosey Rosenthal earned a Bachelor of Art degree in Graphic Arts and Illustration from Pratt Institute. It’s difficult to express Rosey’s accomplishments without mentioning his wife and partner, Barbara. The Rosenthal’s are founding members of the Central Coast Printmakers Group of (SLOMA) San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, originating 36 years ago. Rosey, his wife Barbara, Stevie Vorhees and Joan Sullivan operated The Baywood Gallery, at the pier in Baywood, CA. Rosey and Barbara initiated the artist group, (SLAG) an artists’ cooperative located within the San Luis Obispo, Creamery Building. The Rosenthal’s later opened “Art is for Everyone”, a gallery in Baywood Park serving the public for 9 years. They established a printmaking studio, “Granada Arts” in Los Osos, selling over 30,000 etchings and relief prints, where they have taught etching workshops since 1981. Barbara brought art to the San Luis Obispo public schools, through the Santa Barbara Creative Project, for nine years.

Participants of this demonstration should bring an old cancelled credit or membership card with an idea for a 2 1/8" x 3 1/4" dry-point etching (see photo). Rosey will have a small etching press and tools needed to scratch designs into the plastic cards. He will give a quick overview and demonstrate how to scratch and print a card, then ink and print your completed etching (original print).

This will be an interactive demonstration that you’re sure to enjoy!

WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA
WHEN: July 12, 2021 3–5pm
CONTACT: 805-772-2504 or email: artcenter.morrobay@gmail.com
www.artcentermorrobay.org
COST: Free and open to the public
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Hammered Metal Jewelry - August 2021

Hammered Metal Jewelry - August 2021

Aug 9, 3:00pm - Aug 9, 5:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present a demonstration in, hammered metal jewelry creating unique one-of-a-kind designs. Discover the exciting world of hammered metal to create gorgeous jewelry. Joan Martin Fee is described as a craft designer, television personality, author, magazine editor, Instructions editor, voiceover specialist and owner of creative me time.

It’s amazing to know that Joan once had a full-time job in the aerospace industry. One morning in 1990 she turned on the television and while flipping through the channels, came upon a nationally televised craft show, Aleene's Creative Living. She watched with great excitement and at the end noticed that it was taped only twenty minutes from her home. Viewers were encouraged to submit ideas to the show. Joan did just that! She was totally shocked when the producer asked her to demonstrate how to make her "Dress up Dolly" using shrink wrap and feature her on the show! From that happenstance beginning, nearly 30 years ago, Joan's creative journey that includes working for the largest manufacturer's in the industry, brings us to today where she continues her passion of making people feel special through creativity.

During this demonstration, Joan will discuss metal gauges and demonstrate basic jewelry tools used to manipulate and make holes in the metal. Samples of several different techniques will be on display. Participants will have the hands-on experience of
hardening and texturizing metal.

WHAT: Incorporation Metal into Jewelry Designs
WHEN: August 9, 2021 3-5pm
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442
CONTACT: 805-772-2504 or visit www.ArtCenterMorroBay.org
COST: Free and open to the public
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Silk Scarf Dying - August 2021

Silk Scarf Dying - August 2021

Aug 21, 10:00am - Aug 21, 1:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Morro Bay Art Association is pleased to present a ½ day workshop, “Dyeing Silk Scarves with Sharon Gellerman.

Sharon Gellerman is a local artist who creates one-of-a-kind, hand-marbled, silk scarves and silk tallits. Sharon has a fresh and modern interpretation of the classical art of marbling on fabric.

Through experimentation with color, technique and dye, she has refined her style and designs. Her sense of art has been greatly influenced by memories of Israel and her love of the California Coast. These elements are reflected in the intricate patterns and vibrant colors of her textile designs. These complex designs and skillful use of color make each scarf or tallit a unique and wearable piece of art.

During this workshop every student will dye their own unique scarf. Sharon will guide you through the process and techniques used to obtain beautiful patterns and colors within the silk scarf. All materials, tools, and supplies are provided for you.

WHAT: Dying Silk Scarves
WHEN: Saturday, August 21, 2021 - 10am-1:00pm
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main St. Morro Bay, CA 93442
COST: $45. MBAA Members $55. Non Members
All materials are provided and included in the workshop registration fee.
CONTACT: Art Center Morro Bay (805) 772-2504 www.ArtCenterMorroBay.org

Pre-registration is required:
Register Online: www.ArtCenterMorroBay.org
Refunds for cancellations up to 7 days before workshop
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Polymer Clay Jewelry Making

Polymer Clay Jewelry Making

Aug 28, 1:00pm - Aug 28, 4:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present a ½ day workshop, Introduction to Polymer Clay Jewelry Making with artist Jane Morgan.


In this fun and informative class, you will learn a variety of polymer clay techniques to create stunning one of a kind pieces of jewelry. We will cover the basics of using this incredibly versatile material. You will learn how to create gradient blends of color, how to make custom colors, how to use stamps and household items to create texture and depth in the clay. Jane will demonstrate how mica powder can add interest to your piece as well as incorporating beads and other elements. She will explain tips and techniques to drilling holes, sanding and buffing, and resin as a surface treatment. There’ll be plenty of time for you to create, ask questions, and most importantly, have fun!

Jane is an engineer, sociologist, and educator by training and has been creative all her life. Her polymer clay work has been praised by nationally known polymer clay artists and varies from precise technical work to organically inspired pieces. Jane loves to create and teach; she finds peace in the creative process. Along with polymer clay, Jane has exhibited fused glass art locally in shows and at the SLO Art Museum, Studios on the Park.

WHAT: Polymer Clay Jewelry Making 
WHEN: August 28, 2021 – 1pm-4pm
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main St. Morro Bay, CA 93442
COST: $50. MBAA Members $55. Non-Members
$5. Materials fee paid to instructor the night of the workshop
CONTACT: Art Center Morro Bay (805) 772-2504, www.artcentermorrobay.org
Pre-registration is required:
Register Online: www.artcentermorrobay.org
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Quick Studies in Clay with Anne Grannis

Quick Studies in Clay with Anne Grannis

Oct 9, 1:00pm - Oct 10, 3:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present a 2 half-days workshop, Quick Studies in Clay with Anne Grannis.

Anne will be teaching techniques to sculpt a whole figure, a torso, or a bas relief using water-based clay. This intense session will guide the beginning or advanced sculptor in the essence of figure sculpting, giving the student a spontaneous, emotional arena to work in; without the finishing details of a refined piece. We will be working from a live model.

Anne has been teaching and working with clay since she was a girl growing up in an artistic household of New England. She has taught ceramic workshops, stone carving and sculpture in Northern California areas; Fort Mason Art School, San Francisco and Half Moon Bay. She was the Artistic Council Chair of SFWA Gallery – Sculpture Representative. She’s taught Quick Studies in Clay in Half Moon Bay, Redwood City, and Palo Alto and now shares her knowledge with us in Morro Bay.

Anne says: “I often use natural clay, as it is an amazingly pliable medium with which to work and being a material originating eons ago, I can connect with the far past to create anything large and rough or small and detailed, with everything in between. My sense of whimsy prevails.”

Clay and tools will be provided. Please bring a 12” to 14” square board to work on and an apron. Bring your favorite tools or supplies if you have them. Firing of the art is the responsibility of the student, and/or you may work with the instructor outside of the workshop for firing.



WHAT: Quick Studies in Clay WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main St. Morro Bay, CA 93442
WHEN: OCTOBER 9 & 10, 2021, 1PM-3PM
COST: $125 MBAA Members $135. Non Members
 CONTACT: Art Center Morro Bay (805) 772-2504, www.artcentermorrobay.org


Pre-registration is required. 
Register Online: artcentermorrobay.org/index.php/shop/ 
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Dot Mandala

Dot Mandala

Oct 11, 3:00pm - Oct 11, 5:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC



Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present a demonstration of Dot Mandala with Lynne Harrington.

A mandala is a spiritual and ritual symbol in Asian cultures. It can be understood in two different ways: externally as a visual representation of the universe or internally as a guide for several practices that take place in many Asian traditions, including meditation. In Hinduism and Buddhism, the belief is that by entering the mandala and proceeding towards its center, you are guided through the cosmic process of transforming the universe from one of suffering into one of joy and happiness.

In their most basic form, mandalas are circles contained within a square and arranged into sections that are all organized around a single, central point. They’re typically produced on paper or cloth, drawn on a surface with threads, fashioned in bronze, or built in stone. While extraordinary as a standalone work of art, mandalas hold symbolic and meditative meaning beyond their vibrant appearance.

Lynne works as the Director of Data Management at Cal Poly, but when not at work she enjoys creating art. She is passionate about dot mandalas, finding the process of creating them meditative and the end result beautiful. Lynne also enjoys ink and paper drawing and making jewelry that combines dot mandala techniques.



WHAT: Dot Mandala

COST: FREE and open to the public
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA

WHEN: Monday, October 11, 2021, 3-5pm

CONTACT: 805-772-2504 or www.ArtCenterMorroBay.org
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Movie Night, Walking on Water - November 2021

Movie Night, Walking on Water - November 2021

Nov 8, 3:00pm - Nov 8, 5:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present a documentary film Walking on Water.

The transient mega-artwork of Christo Javacheff—made in collaboration with his wife Jeanne-Claude until her death in 2009—is celebrated in Andrey M. Paounov's documentary Walking on Water, which follows the creation of one of Christo's recent gigantic populist exhibitions: The Floating Piers, a series of walkways installed at Lake Iseo in northern Italy from June 18 to July 3, 2016.

The exhibit consisted of chains of interlocking plastic cubes, their tops covered with bright saffron cloth, which stretched from the village of Sulzano to (and around) islands in the lake, and when traversed gave pedestrians the illusion of walking on the water's surface. Paounov's film closes with images—many aerial—of the walkways as thousands of visitors enjoyed the effect.

The film covers the preliminary work of planning and design, in which Christo and his nephew and aide Vladimir Yavachev discuss the project, often breaking out in volatile arguments. Myriad logistical problems had to be overcome, before actual construction could proceed, and the opening was threatened by the fact that—contrary to promises—officials failed to take necessary measures for crowd control. Throughout, Christo comes across as an engaging figure—a cantankerous but committed octogenarian—and Yavachev is a dedicated servant of his art.


WHAT: Movie Night – Walking on Water
COST: FREE and open to the public
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA
WHEN: Monday, November 8, 2021
CONTACT: 805-772-2504 or www.ArtCenterMorroBay.org

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Making a Mosaic Trivet

Making a Mosaic Trivet

Dec 18, 1:00pm - Dec 18, 4:00pm+1Dec 19, 1:00pm - Dec 19, 4:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present, Making a Mosaic Trivet with the owners of Cracked Up Mosaics, Anne Hodges and Paula Hulet.


Mosaics are works of art created by using glass or ceramic tiles and grout to make a picture. Mosaics date as far back as 1500 B.C. and are found all over the world. Mosaics adorn the ceilings in cathedrals with elaborate details but can be as simple as a beautiful trivet to adorn your home.

Anne Hodges and Paul Hulet will teach you step by step, how to make a mosaic trivet.

Anne has worked in calligraphy and stained glass, focusing on mosaics for the last 10 years. She is a retired teacher and former owner of Bay Osos Montessori School in Los Osos.

Paula has previously worked with fabric and decoupage. A love of gardening led her to collaborate with Anne creating beautiful mosaic pieces. Paula is a retired Pastor from the Estero Bay United Methodist Church and currently involved with Yes, We Can Peacebuilders, nonviolence awareness classes. She can also be seen volunteering on the Embarcadero.

During this workshop you will learn how to design and create a mosaic trivet. You will learn how to select materials, lay out a pleasing pattern and adhere the tiles to the trivet base.

Anne and Paula will teach you how to properly grout and seal your project. All materials will be supplied, however, if you have a favorite tile or ceramic pieces you may bring those and incorporate them into your workshop project.

What a great thing to learn right before holidays!


WHAT: Making a Mosaic Trivet

WHEN: December, 18 & 19, 2021 (Saturday and Sunday) from 1-4pm each day.
COST: $60. MBAA Members, $65. Non-Members
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442


Pre-registration is required, contact: Art Center Morro Cay (805) 772-2504 Register Online at: www.artcentermorrobay.org
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Disrupted Realism - Lecture by John Seed - January 2022

Disrupted Realism - Lecture by John Seed - January 2022

Jan 10, 3:00pm - Jan 10, 5:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present lecturer John Seed discussing his recent book “Disrupted Realism”.

John Seed is a Professor Emeritus of art and art history who taught at Mt. San Jacinto College for 31 years. Seed has written about art and artists for Arts of Asia, Art Ltd., Catamaran, Harvard Magazine, International Artist, The HuffingtonPost and Poets and Artists. He was a featured expert in the Google Arts and Culture video series "Name That Art."

Disrupted Realism is the first book to survey the works of contemporary painters who are challenging and reshaping the tradition of Realism. Helping art lovers, collectors, and artists approach and understand this compelling new phenomenon, it includes the works of 38 artists whose paintings respond to the subjectivity and disruptions of modern experience. Widely published author and blogger John Seed, who believes that we are "the most distracted society in the history of the world," has selected artists he sees as visionaries in this developing movement. The artists' impulses toward disruption are as individual as the artists themselves, but all share the need to include perception and emotion in their artistic process.

WHAT: Lecturer John Seed
WHEN: January 10, 2022 3-5pm
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442
CONTACT: 805-772-2504 or visit www.artcentermorrobay.org
COST: Free and open to the public
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Art in the 21st Century - March 2022

Art in the 21st Century - March 2022

Mar 14, 3:00pm - Mar 14, 5:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to present a documentary of four contemporary Los Angeles artists. Community is what the L.A. art world is all about. Join us for this free video highlighting four contemporary artists who share their space, time and freedom to experiment.

Diana Thater was born in San Francisco in 1962. She makes video installations that poetically grapple with threats to the natural world, from the extinction of species to long-lasting environmental disasters such as the nuclear fallout of Chernobyl. Many of the artist’s works take the space where people and animals meet as their subject, exploring the experiences of wild gorillas in a Cameroon park, a wolf trained to work in Hollywood films, and a monkey-inhabited temple in India.

Liz Larner was born in Sacramento, California in 1960. She experiments with abstract sculptural forms in a dizzying array of materials, including polychromatic ceramics that evoke the tectonic geologic shifts of the western landscape. An inventor of new forms, Larner’s sculptures are not easy to categorize. They defy easy description by design, such as the geometric sculpture of a cube turning into a sphere that is both yet neither, or a complex chain of linked metal rings that never tangles and can also be worn as jewelry.

Tala Madani was born in Tehran, Iran in 1981. She skewers stereotypes in her sharply satirical paintings that evoke clashes of culture: men and women, the rational and the absurd, Western and non-Western. Madani’s figurative paintings often feature a riotous cast of middle-aged men, balding and stocky, whose libidinal mayhem wreaks havoc on any situation the artist thrusts them into.

Edgar Arceneaux was born in Los Angeles in 1972. He investigates historical patterns through drawings, installations, and multimedia events, such as the reenactment of Ben Vereen’s tragically misunderstood blackface performance at Ronald Reagan’s 1981 Inaugural Gala. In the artist’s work, linear logic is abandoned in favor of wordplay and visual associations, revealing how language, technology, and systems of ordering produce reality as much as describe them.

WHAT: Art in the 21st Century
COST: FREE and open to the public
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA
WHEN: Monday, March 14, 2022, 3-5pm
CONTACT: 805-772-2504 or www.ArtCenterMorroBay.org
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Learning to Breathe - June 2022

Learning to Breathe - June 2022

Jun 13, 3:00pm - Jun 13, 5:00pm

Art Center Morro Bay835 Main StMorro Bay, CA93442 Map

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Morro Bay Art Association is proud to offer a presentation with Travel Photographer and Lecturer, Michael J. Costa.

Michael J. Costa first made the long the trek to the Mt. Everest Base Camp in 2016 and one year later returned to Nepal to explore the wonders of Annapurna and the Nagarkot region with
his camera. With images both awe-inspiring and down to earth, Costa captures the spirit of Nepal.

Whether you’re inspired by the great Himalaya mountain range, have a soul-searching experience in Buddhist or Hindu temples, or connect with the people that you meet along the journey, Costa says the adventure is unique for each traveler; determined by who you are and how you choose to engage with the experience.

“The images I captured along the way reflect the people and places I encountered, as well as the nature of my personal experience.” -Costa

Costa visually describes a journey that takes you to places like no others on earth. The rigorous hike to the base of Mt. Everest starts at 9,000 ft in Lukla, Nepal and brings you to the top of
Kalla Pathar at an elevation of 18,600 ft. The artist’s travels took him through different regions in this unique landscape – mountains and villages, plains and glaciers – as well refugee camps affected by the April 25, 2015 earthquake.

Michael J. Costa is a graduate of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. He has worked as a photo journalist for the San Mateo Daily Journal and Sierra Star, and as a
videographer for Valley Public Television and Sierra Art Trails. Costa is represented by Stellar Gallery in Oakhurst, CA. He now splits his time between Oakhurst and Los Osos, CA

This exciting lecture demonstration will explore the grand vistas of the Himalayan landscape along the Annapurna Trail (up to 13,000 feet above sea Kathmandu and other, more remote,
locales.

This demo is free and open to the public.

WHAT: Free Art Lecture
COST: FREE and open to the public
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay, CA
WHEN: Monday, June 13, 2022, 3-5pm
CONTACT: 805-772-2504 or www.artcentermorrobay.org
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