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Demo Painting Series — this is a series of acrylic landscape paintings prepared for a home exhibit for realtors, designers and their clientele. The paintings were done as demonstration paintings while teaching landscape and still life painting. The showings will be in the East Mountains Oct 16th & 17th. The paintings are centered around points of interest and places in NM. Paintings are 10″x8″ on canvas framed and matted 11×14.
Vivid colors juxtaposed against warm and cool hues, mixed with a complimentary pallete, bring the landscape alive and gives one a sense of place in New Mexico. Shape, form, texture, all plays an integral part of the artworks.
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Elaine Cimino has been invited to exhibit a painting at the Courage Kenny Foundation fundraiser exhibition in Minneapolis, MN on April 30th 2015. Sister Kenny was the pioneer of the physical therapy muscle re-education method. As an artist living with chronic leg condition Elaine Cimino has benefited from the techniques that Sister Kenny established. The framed 10″x20″giclee print “When life serves you lemons” will be displayed and will be for sale with a portion of the proceeds going to the foundation and the artist. Find out more about sister Kenny at this link. http://www.allinahealth.org/Courage-Kenny-Rehabilitation…/…/
Those wishing to purchase a print can go to shop on www.elaineciminostudios.com/shop The prints are a limited archival edition of 25. The print in the Courage Kenny Exhibition is the Artist Proof. The cost of the print on website does not included shipping, handling, matting and framing. You must specify what you would like at the time of the order. The typical costs for this service runs $150.00 – $200.00 depending on where it ships and what type of frame. This price includes a standard black frame.
Elaine Cimino wishes to give back to the communities that have help those in need and from which she benefited from in the past. The giclee print, “When life serves you lemons” was originally painted in 2012 for the Sawmill Land Trust fundraiser, it was purchased for a private collection. The original painting is on a door slab painted in oil. The still life is of lemons, a fruit basket, a pitcher and a glass of lemonade. The motifs are from her tablecloths and plants. Ms. Cimino is an avid gardener.
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Learn pastels and expand your creativity! Take art classes and learn skills that will be with you for a life-time.
This art class covers color theory and painting techniques in soft chalk pastels. You learn about papers and various drawing techniques. Beginners welcomed.
If you are experienced or have taken previous classes please bring your art work to class to show me what you would like to work on for this session.
Register at front desk or online.
Where: North Valley Senior Center
Times: 4:30pm – 6:30 pm
Dates: February 3 – 24 th
Days: Tuesday Afternoons
Cost: $45.00 person
Other: Materials supplied
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You will learn how to apply and create textures, while making visually pleasing and interesting artwork. Learn resist techniques and photocollage transfers.
Elaine Cimino, artist/instructor, has 20 plus years experience teaching art to all levels and ages of students according to their abilities.
Learn the fundamentals of art to apply to your own interests and artwork.
No experience necessary. Register at front desk or call the Senior Center to sign up
Address: 3825 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107 Phone:(505) 761-4025
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Address: 3825 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107 Phone:(505) 761-4025
Materials provided http://www.borntodraw.com/workshops/painting-flowers-acrylics/
For additonal infomration on artist instructor see: www.elaineciminostudios.com
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Apr 7, 2015 to Apr 28, 2015 at North Valley Senior CenterBeginning Adult Drawing Classes at the Albuquerque North Valley Senior Center Begin April 7th, 2015 through the April 28th, 2015. Register online here or call the Senior Center and Register at the front desk. Address: 3825 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107 Phone:(505) 761-4025
No Experience Necessary, Sign up even if you can only draw stick figures.
Elaine Cimino, who taught college drawing and painting for 20 years, is offering drawinglessons to senior center members 50+ adults.Learn how draw using the chiaroscuro “3D” techniques Use of pencil, ink, and charcoal Brush up on value, composition and formal elements of design and art Apply to various mediums and genres using still life and landscape photos. The supplies included
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Mar 3, 2015 to Mar 24, 2015 at North Valley SC
Discover new applications to painting with watercolor techniques.
Watercolor painting is a beginning water color class. You will learn to apply how to create textures and make visually pleasing and interesting artwork. Each of the classes with Elaine Cimino covers color theory, drawing techniques, and other formal elements of design that creates pleasing images. You will learn to paint from photgraphs and still lifes. Come prepared to have fun learning the basics of watercolor. Class are offered on Tuesday afternoons, 4:30pm-6:30 pm, March 3-24, 2015.
No experience necessary. Materials provided. Register online here or call the Senior Center and Register at the front desk. Address: 3825 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107 Phone:(505) 761-402Event Details Ccost 45.00
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Feb 3, 2015 to Feb 24, 2015 at North Valley SC Soft Chalk Pastel Classes with Elaine Cimino are Being Offered at the North Valley Senior Center February 3-24th on Tuesday Afternoons 4:30pm-6:30pm.
Register online here or call the Senior Center and Register at the front desk. Address: 3825 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107 Phone:(505) 761-402
Expand your creativity! Take art classes and learn skills that will be with you for a life-time.
This art class covers color theory, drawing and painting techniques in soft chalk pastels. Learn how to draw from still life and photograghs. Most imagery is drawing landscapes.
You learn about papers and various drawing techniques.
If you are experienced or have taken previous classes please bring your art work to class to show me what you would like
to work on for this session. Check out Artist Elaine Cimino portfolio online at www.elaineciminostudios.com
Register at front desk or online
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I am working on a new series of paintings called, “Earthscapes.
The Earthscapes painting project creates a new series of 7 large format paintings that conceptualizes and contextualizes our relationship to water and its effects on society. The essence of my painting is landscape that discovers the effects of water and evokes the sense of place. The Evolutionary Landscape Series has been the focus of my artwork and Earthscapes has evolved o
ut of this work. In this project focus on imagery of satellite and microcosms view points of landscape and human relationships to it, and the behavior that has altered the ability for the Earth’s systems to cool the planet and my work will address the repercussions of action and inaction of the crisis.
I will blog updates and thoughts on process as I move forward with this new journey. Please join me on www.USAprojects.com and help support this endeavor.
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There are several classes being offered for adults at the North Valley and Highland Senior Centers. Please see our web page and sign up. You can pay for the class online or come to class and pay. Please remember to sign up if you are interested. We try to have at least 3 people and the limit is 8 people per class. Classes may cancel if we do not have the attendance needed. Whether you are experienced or a beginner you are welcome. Depending on the experience of the class each lesson will be geared towards the students interest. → Read more