Jan
6
Sat
Malibu and Beyond—Coastal Perspectives, Art Exhibit and Sale @ Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center Tickets
Jan 6 – Jan 30 all-day
Malibu and Beyond—Coastal Perspectives, Art Exhibit and Sale @ Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center | Calabasas | California | United States

Malibu and Beyond—Coastal Perspectives, Art Exhibit and Sale

January 6–January 30, 9 AM–5 PM each day | Meet the Artists: Saturday, January 20, 1 PM–3 PM

 

Photographer and iPhoneographer Alon Goldsmith brings a street photography sensibility to his whimsical explorations of the Malibu, Santa Monica, and Los Angeles beach lifestyle.

Working with oils and acrylics on canvas,Kit Plumridge captures the Westside beach and surf community with a vivacious use of color and eccentric composition.

A portion of the funds from art sales will be used to further the arts in Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.

This is a free event with free parking.

Jan
20
Sat
Malibu and Beyond- Coastal Perspectives, Art Exhibit and Sale- Meet the Artists @ Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center Tickets
Jan 20 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Malibu and Beyond- Coastal Perspectives, Art Exhibit and Sale- Meet the Artists @ Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center | Calabasas | California | United States

Malibu and Beyond- Coastal Perspectives, Art Exhibit and Sale- Meet the Artists

Photographer and iPhoneographer Alon Goldsmith brings a street photography sensibility to his whimsical explorations of the Malibu, Santa Monica, and Los Angeles beach lifestyle.

Working with oils and acrylics on canvas, Kit Plumridge captures the Westside beach and surf community with a vivacious use of color and eccentric composition.

Meet the Artists: Saturday, January 20, 1 PM–3 PM

Light refreshments will be served.

Jan
28
Sun
Animal Spirit Necklace Workshop @ Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center Tickets
Jan 28 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Animal Spirit Necklace Workshop @ Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center | Thousand Oaks | California | United States

Two workshops available! Reservations Required.

Discover your Satwiwa spirit with Tongva artist Julia Bogany, where you will learn to make a Tongva animal spirit necklace.

There are two workshops available. The first workshop begins promptly at 10am. The second workshop begins at 1pm. Please be on time. Materials will be provided. All ages welcome.

To make reservations please email: razsa_cruz@nps.gov or call 805-418-3163. Please include which workshop you will be attending, how many in your party, the contact name for the reservation and contact info. Reservations fill up quickly. Please reserve early!

 

 

 

Feb
2
Fri
“Earth-Air-Fire-Water” by Mary Wright, Art Exhibit & Sale @ Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center Tickets
Feb 2 – Feb 27 all-day
"Earth-Air-Fire-Water" by Mary Wright, Art Exhibit & Sale @ Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center | Calabasas | California | United States

Art Exhibit & Sale, “Earth-Air-Fire-Water” by Mary Wright

Mary Wright’s ethereal art has always been inspired by the interrelation between the four elements – air, earth, fire, water- and the regenerative qualities of nature. Mary agrees with her grandfather in-law, Frank Lloyd Wright, who said “I believe in God only I spell it N-A-T-U-R-E”.

Feb. 2 – Feb. 27

Meet the Artist, Sat. Feb. 3rd, 1-3 pm

A portion of the proceeds from the art sales will be donated to help continue the arts in the park.

Tree Leaf by Mary Wright  watercolor on paper

 

 

 

Feb
3
Sat
Artist Meet and Greet, “Earth-Air-Fire-Water” by Mary Wright @ Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center Tickets
Feb 3 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Artist Meet and Greet, "Earth-Air-Fire-Water" by Mary Wright @ Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center | Calabasas | California | United States

Meet the Artist, Sat. Feb. 3rd, 1-3 pm

Art Exhibit & Sale, “Earth-Air-Fire-Water” by Mary Wright

Mary Wright’s ethereal art has always been inspired by the interrelation between the four elements – air, earth, fire, water- and the regenerative qualities of nature. Mary agrees with her grandfather in-law, Frank Lloyd Wright, who said “I believe in God only I spell it N-A-T-U-R-E”.

A portion of the proceeds from the art sales will be donated to help continue the arts in the park.

Tree Leaf by Mary Wright  watercolor on paper

 

 

Feb
10
Sat
Plen Air Paint Out and Demonstration Lechuza Beach @ Lechuza Beach, Malibu Tickets
Feb 10 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Plen Air Paint Out and Demonstration Lechuza Beach @ Lechuza Beach, Malibu | Malibu | California | United States

Plein air paint-outs are great ways to meet other artists and discover new sites for inspiration. All plein air artists and art enthusiasts are welcome to participate, no membership required. Bring your own art supplies, water, lunch, sunscreen and repellent, hat and walking shoes. See our website allied-artists.com for upcoming paint outs.

For more information, contact Bruce Trentham, 818-397-1576 or bmtrentham@charter.net or Russ Hunziker, 310-500-6584 or hunz1234@mac.com.
A well known Malibu secret. This beach includes exquisite rock formations and spectacular views up and down the coast. Painting demonstration at 9AM by oil painter Elena Roché. A positive group critique at 12 noon.Located between Zuma Beach and El Matador Beach. From the east take Pacific Coast Highway, west, just past Zuma Beach. At Trancas Canyon turn left onto Broad Beach Road. Continue for about 1 mile to one of the access points (see below).
From the west take Pacific Coast Highway, east, past Encinal Canyon Road and El Matador State Beach. Turn right onto Broad Beach Road. Continue to one of the access points.

There are two public access points: (1) a stairway marked by a brown park sign saying “Lechuza Beach Access.” This vertical access way goes from Broad Beach Road down to Lechuza Beach and is located opposite a street called “Bunnie Lane.” (2) A pedestrian access gate is located at West Sea Level Drive. The public has the right to use Sea Level Drive to walk down to the beach. The “private property” sign that blocks West Sea Level Drive from vehicular access, does not apply to the pedestrian access gate to the left.

Street parking on Broad Beach Road. No Facilities.

Feb
11
Sun
Make an Authentic Native American Pinch Pot @ Rancho Sierra Vista Tickets
Feb 11 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Make an Authentic Native American Pinch Pot @ Rancho Sierra Vista | California | United States

Two workshops available!

Reservations Required.

Join Navajo – Pueblo of Isletas Native, Rowan Harrison, as he will teach and demonstrate how to create your very own small, traditional, hand-coiled pottery.

There are two workshops available. The first workshop begins promptly at 10am. The second workshop begins at 1pm. Please be on time. Materials will be provided. All ages welcome.

To make reservations please email: razsa_cruz@nps.gov or call 805-418-3163. Please include which workshop you will be attending, how many in your party, the contact name for the reservation and contact info. Reservations fill up quickly. Please reserve early!

 

 

Feb
25
Sun
Make a Dream-Catcher! RESERVATIONS FULL @ Rancho Sierra Vista Tickets
Feb 25 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Make a Dream-Catcher! RESERVATIONS FULL @ Rancho Sierra Vista | California | United States

Two workshops available!

Reservations Required.

Come make a dream-catcher with Witchita tribal artist Michael Williams. He will teach the basics of creating your very own dream-catcher.

There are two workshops available. The first workshop begins promptly at 10am. The second workshop begins at 1pm. Please be on time. Materials will be provided. All ages welcome.

To make reservations please email: razsa_cruz@nps.gov or call 805-418-3163. Please include which workshop you will be attending, how many in your party, the contact name for the reservation and contact info. Reservations fill up quickly. Please reserve early!

Mar
10
Sat
Plein Air Paint Out and Demonstration Topanga State Park @ Topanga State Park Tickets
Mar 10 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Plein Air Paint Out and Demonstration Topanga State Park @ Topanga State Park | Los Angeles | California | United States

Plein air paint-outs are great way to meet other artists and discover new sites for inspiration. All plein air artists and art enthusiasts are welcome to participate, no membership required. Bring your own art supplies, water, lunch, sunscreen and repellent, hat and walking shoes. See our website allied-artists.com for upcoming paint outs. For more information, contact Bruce Trentham, 818-397-1576 or bmtrentham@charter.net or Russ Hunziker, 310-500-6584 or hunz1234@mac.com.
In the Eastern half of the Santa Monica Mountains, this sprawling park offers plenty to paint :secluded trails, green meadows in spring bloom, mountain vistas and the occasional deer sighting (if you’re lucky). Painting demonstration at 9M, the artist will by watercolor and acrylic painter Russell Hunziker. Pay Parking, Restrooms.

Mar
11
Sun
Gourd Necklace Workshop @ Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center Tickets
Mar 11 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Gourd Necklace Workshop @ Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center | California | United States

Two workshops available!

Reservations Required.

Get creative with Potawatomi artist Nadiya Littlewarrior as she presents a workshop on making and decorating gourd necklaces. All ages welcome. Materials will be provided.

There are two workshops available. The first workshop begins promptly at 10am. The second workshop begins at 1pm. Please be on time. Materials will be provided. All ages welcome.

To make reservations please email: razsa_cruz@nps.gov or call 805-418-3163. Please include which workshop you will be attending, how many in your party, the contact name for the reservation and contact info. Reservations fill up quickly. Please reserve early!