Monoprinting w/ CANDIS COUSINS

Monoprinting is a playful, exploratory process requiring neither a press nor a background in art. On a plate of gel or plexiglass, images are made with paint, rollers, sponges, netting, leaves or anything else which might create an interesting pattern. The focus is not upon the finished work, but upon the experience of discovery and making art.

Strictly Abstract Zoom Artist Roundtable

O'Hanlon Center for the Arts is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Strictly Abstract Artist Roundtable Time: Jun 7, 2022 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join […]

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O’Hanlon Photo Forum

Photo Forum is dedicated to exploring the world and stimulating each other to create more imaginative photographs.

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Saturday Perception Workshop

Continuing a 35-year-old tradition, the new Saturday Workshop will hold the space to explore one's creativity and take artistic risks in a safe environment.

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Poetry with Cruwys via Zoom

Join with OHCA resident poet Cruwys Brown and 2010-2012 Poet Laureate of Marin County, CB Follett for an afternoon of poetry exploration, reading and discussion.

Abstract: Energy & Color w/ PELLER MARION

We will provide a supportive artistic experience that allows you to explore art materials and create colorful, abstract work while getting back into the art processes you love.

Book Reading with Author Michael Bourne 

Join us for the first public reading of the newly published novel: Blithedale Canyon by an author who grew up in Mill Valley and uses the town as the backdrop for his tale of love, addiction and hope.

Monoprinting w/ CANDIS COUSINS

Monoprinting is a playful, exploratory process requiring neither a press nor a background in art. On a plate of gel or plexiglass, images are made with paint, rollers, sponges, netting, leaves or anything else which might create an interesting pattern. The focus is not upon the finished work, but upon the experience of discovery and making art.

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Monoprinting w/ CANDIS COUSINS

Monoprinting is a playful, exploratory process requiring neither a press nor a background in art. On a plate of gel or plexiglass, images are made with paint, rollers, sponges, netting, leaves or anything else which might create an interesting pattern. The focus is not upon the finished work, but upon the experience of discovery and making art.

Youth Creativity Art & Nature Camp w/ Jackie & Amy

This 5-day nature-based camp will introduce young artists to create art with and about nature.
Young artists will explore drawing, painting, printmaking and building through the lens of the natural world.