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ARLENE WEINSTOCK

 

 

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Current Exhibits

TAG Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"Above and Beyond"
 April 23 through May 18, 2019

Recent Exhibits

Topanga Canyon Gallery - Topanga Canyon, CA  CA
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Women Painters West Exhibition
January 9 through 27, 2019

Encino Terrace Center - Encino, CA
a
Women Painters West Exhibition
October 2, 2018 through March 29, 2019

Art Classes

Santa Monica College Community Education - Tuesday evenings
Colored Pencil Techniques
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Calabasas Recreation and Parks Savvy Seniors -
 Tuesday mornings - Colored Pencil Techniques
Tuesday Afternoons - Beginning Drawing
click here for details in the Savvy Senior Class Schedule

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I'd be nice to come home to

I'd be nice to come home to

Furniture that tells a story. People leave furniture on the street in hopes it will be picked up. It is hard to give or throw away things that have been a useful part of life. Each person who looks at this book has a favorite picture. What's yours?

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If you are looking for reproduction prints of art you can look on this website. Original Oil Paintings

Arlene Weinstock is an artist and teacher who is known nationally for her work in mixed media with colored pencil, and photography, She is a leading proponent of the loose colored pencil style. Arlene teaches art and creativity to adults at colleges, art centers and businesses in the Los Angeles area. She was awarded Signature (CPSA), Experimental Signature (CPX), and Five Year Merit recognition from the Colored Pencil Society of America (CPSA).  Her work has won awards in local and national juried art shows and it has been published.

Arlene currently teaches for Santa Monica College Continuing Education, and the Palos Verdes Art Center. She is an Instructor and demonstrator for Lyra a division of the Dixon Ticonderoga Company of Lake Mary, FL. She teaches workshops in Advanced Colored Pencil Techniques and Creativity locally and nationally.

Hear the Interview

Joan Porte, Astrologer, interviews Arlene about Creativity.
Click here to hear it.