David Bigelow at Evangel University
Programs are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month
from 1:00 pm- 3:00 pm in The Gallery at National Avenue Christian Church
1515 S. National Ave. Springfield, MO
Visitors are welcome. Free and open to the public.
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(If the Springfield Schools are cancelled due to the weather, the program is automatically cancelled)
Studio 55 Program
Wednesday, November 8th
Features David Bigelow, Artist and Educator
1:00-3:00 p.m. in The Gallery
National Avenue Christian Church
1515 South National Avenue
David Bigelow will demonstrate and discuss the concept of drawing faces using value instead of line. Participants will have the opportunity to draw right along with him, both during and after the program. Materials will be provided, or you can use your own. He will also display some of his etchings and drawings and share his love of using humor in his creative process. “I am serious about humor. I draw to get ideas, then keep drawing to make them clearer and funny…titles come last to explain it. The goal is serious art with humorous content.” said Bigelow. Some of his work can be found at www.dbigelowstudio.com or on Facebook David Bigelow Printmaker.
David Bigelow was born and raised in Michigan. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Art in printmaking and painting and a Master of Fine Arts in printmaking and drawing, both from the University of Michigan. He taught at six different institutions and is currently teaching at Evangel University in Springfield, MO. David and his wife Marcia operate Bigelow Studios where he creates and sells his etchings and drawings. He sells his work internationally on line, through galleries, direct marketing, art fairs and juried competitions and shows.
Visitors and members are invited to "show and share" their art following the program.
This event is free and open to the public.
Studio 55 Fine Arts Guild welcomes visual artists 18 years and older, of all media and levels of expertise, including art professionals, emerging artists, and those who appreciate art. The Guild meets monthly for programs, sponsors workshops, organizes exhibitions and facilitates the interchange of ideas, information, and motivation for their members and the arts community.
For more membership information see How to Join.