schedule




WORKSHOPS and Classes for all ages and abilities

Lori Barker Workshops:


Gelatin Plate Printmaking
Many of us experience an inner judge
criticizing our artistic attempts. With the
ease of printing from a gelatin plate you
will be amazed at the designs and color overlays that can be created. We will print on all types of paper or fabric. This workshop gives a student a jump-start on freeing the artist inside. $35  

COLLAGE   all materials provided $30

IMAGINATIVE PHOTO ALTERATION
Recycle your old chemical developed pictures by
sanding, bleaching and bringing them
to a new look. $30


Ernie Barker Workshops:
DRAWING CLASSES “I can’t draw a straight line.”
Saturdays from 1-3:00 start any
Sat.  3 Sessions; $80.00 (2 hrs each) plus $6 materials

RELIEF CARVING Sundays 11-1 PM
3 sessions (2 hrs each) $90.00

PLEASE CALL THE GALLERY FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER.
860-307-0741 or Lori or Ernie at  860-491-3514


Spiritual Gathering Group meets
the 2nd and 4th Wed. of each month
4:00 – 5:30pm

Have you been touched by spiritual encounters?
A group of like minds meet at the Artists’ Path Gallery
to discuss various topics.










Month of Aug."Silent Poetry"
Several artists interpret poetry or a poetic image many mediums. Some of the work has words,others integrated their original  poetry, yet others let the work speak the poetic message..

SEPTEMBER THEME: Influences (open to all artists
Opening Sept. 12  from 4-6pm with an Open 'Art' Mic
During each 8 minute 'art mic' any artist many explain what influences their art, do a short demo, read something that inspires their work or just the thought processes an artist goes through when creating. 16x20" or less and ready to hang will be accepted Aug. 26- Sept 4 $5.00 entry fee

Ernie Barker influenced
by Moore








OCTOBER: Solo Show: LORI BARKER'S NEW AND EVOLVING WORK

Drawing meditatively is an experience for anyone who has a desire for a deeper connection to something in Nature in order to quiet the mind and open to a higher consciousness.
If drawing comes naturally to you, this process may lead you to new dimentions. I you've been 'taught' that you cannot draw, it is important to know that if you can hold a pencil, you can draw. Just let your eye follow the lines of the object and let your hand 'take your pencil for a walk'.

Bring a sketch pad and pencil or pen

'Pay what you can'
Elizabeth Schmidt