Request from PM Shore and something to do this weekend

If anyone can spare an umbrella and stand this Sat & Sun, please let me know if I can use it. Thank you.

Please call 503.560.1747 or email me at pm@pmshore.com. Thanks.

If you want to go to the hottest art show happening, it is at Arburst NW show (at Marylhurst University Campus) which is filled with the hottest art in town (as well as some shady trees). Come on out and see us. Here is a link to my website to see some of my latest work:  pmshore.com/gallery.

 

Interview of Deborah Marble

I am so excited about this idea.  Karen Lewis,  PDXOS artist #6, is interviewing all the artists in her area.  This is such a great idea.  I hope all the artists on the tour go out and interview each other.  Let’s get some excitement generated for the tour!

Here is here first interview, of Deborah Marble, Artist #7.

Deborah Marble has been interested in drawing people since childhood. Years of experience in drawing and painting from life have given her a unique way of expressing the human figure. She was a courtroom sketch artist for many years, before cameras were allowed in courtrooms. There she learned to work quickly, putting down on paper the distinguishing features of faces, the nuances of body language. Scenes surrounding people are suggested in a few lines and shapes, just enough to set them in place. There is a tangible emotional quality in her drawn line and painted gesture, as she shows people in daily activities.

Whether she is working from life, from photos, or from memories, Deborah focuses on the people around her, known and unknown. Sometimes a few minutes are all she needs to capture a likeness. She especially likes watercolor for its “unique flowing and blending quality which suit my preference for rapid results.”

Visit Deborah’s studio on your tour to see her working space, tools and supplies, and the range of her figurative work. Throughout the day, Deborah plans to demonstrate her approach on small pieces.