Featured Artists: John Arthur and Terry Lynn Williams
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Owners of MYSTWOOD Gallery, John Arthur and wife, Terry Lynn Williams are this month's featured artists. Under the tradmark Romantasy (TM) the couple are showcasing their Romantasy (TM) artwok and jewelry along with a varity of assorted wonders, curiosities and vintage collectibles at their gallery located in Historic Top-Town, Crestline CA. John Arthur is shown here holding a recent commemortive piece he created celebrating 100 years of the Crestline Post Office.

About John Arthur
John began his career as a professional artist and illustrator more than twenty-five years ago, and his paintings have graced the covers of books, magazines and periodicals and have been seen by millions. His limited edition prints and portfolios have sold internationally and he has illustrated four children's books. John's prestigious list of clients include: Disney, Warner Bros., Learning Tree and Carlton Greetings, Collins & Brown, and a host of others. Although John is primarily known for his Romantic Fantasy watercolors, (ROMANTASYtm) he is a figurative artist whose talents are used in a variety of genres and mediums. His latest publications; The Art Of Faery by Paper Tiger Press and The World of Faery (by Harper Collins) features John alongside some of the world's great fantasy artists as well as the recent release of Pure Inspiration's Fantasy Art Collection with John as one of the featured artists. He also instructs Master Art Seminars and has a passion for Blues piano and fly fishing.

About Terry Lynn Williams
Terry Lynn ~ Romantasy(TM) Jewelry

Terry Lynn is a romantic who makes romantic jewelry. Her life-long love of craft and her partnership with artist/husband John Arthur have inspired her to create a line of unique one-of-a-kind hand crocheted jewelry. Impassioned by a wide array of fantastic colors and John's Romantic Fantasy paintings, Terry weaves a world of beads and stones and baubles fit for peasant, gypsy or Queen. The love for her art is stitched into every piece with an eye for whimsy and the fantastic. Her 'School' was at her mother's side, learning a craft and love of color that would serve her and delight others for years to come. Fancy something romantic or fantastic? Let Terry create a custom piece of jewelry especially for you.


SATURDAY - Oct 12, 2019
Oil Painitng Fun with Helga
Helga Batman-Koplin, Instructor
10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon - Beginners to Advanced

Artist Helga Batman-Koplin will teaches all levels how to oil paint.

The class will be held at the Community Art Center
Cost: $20.00 per person/per class
Classes limited to 12 participants.
ALL MATERIALS PROVIDED | For information: 909-336-5785

WEDNESDAY - Oct 23, 2019
Chinese Brush Painting
Alma Borcuk, Instructor
2pm - 4pm - Beginners to Advanced

Artist Alma Borcuk will teach traditional Sumi-e and Chinese Brush painting.

"I love nature and so my paintings are drawn from nature - animals, flowers, natural landscapes. Among these subjects, cats and dogs are my favorite. I find dog expressions and cat poses quite fascinating and that's what I seek to capture in my art."

The class will be offered at the Community Art Center
Cost: $20, per person, per class
Classes limited to 12 participants. | ALL MATERIALS PROVIDED

AT THE GALLERY & COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER         Follow Us on Facebook    
EVERY WEDNESDAY - Oil & Acrylic Painting
Helga Batman-Koplin, Instructor
9:30 AM -12:30PM - Beginners to Advanced

This is an on-going class with one of our Gallery's most prestigious artists, Helga Batman-Koplin. With over 20 years of teaching, exhibiting, demonstrations, and jurying Helga teaches this class at the Community Arts Center class: "Enjoy the art of oil and acrylic painting".

For high school and up; $35 per class or by the month ($125 for 4- 3 hour lessons). Recommended materials list is available by calling or emailing Helga. Students will learn to produce a painting from beginning to end, from lay out and mixing colors to finish! Contact or call: 909-336-5785

The Mountain Arts Photographic Society (MAPS)

The Mountain Arts Photographic Society (MAPS) meets the first Wednesday of each month from 6:00 to about 8:00 PM in the CAC.
The first hour covers MAPS events and features an educational presentation on a photography topic of interest.

Each month a photography challenge is given. The second hour gives MAPS members an opportunity to share their challenge photographs with the group. Constructive comments and suggestions facilitate skill development and personal growth.

EVERY THURSDAY - Special Needs Adult Class
Linda Harlan-White, Instructor

Linda Harlan-White, welcome any gallery or MAN artist to help them on Thursdays for a few hours with her Special Needs Class for adults.
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