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Free Printmaking demo with Bruce Waldman

Join us Thursday (August 29) at 11:30am at the new Chelsea NYC Dick Blick for a free printmaking demo by Bruce Waldman. Bruce will be explaining his techniques, workflow and, of course, the Revere and Stonehenge paper he uses to create his masterpieces.

Dick Blick Artist Supplies
6th Avenue/20th Street

Bruce is a world-renowned illustrator, graphic designer and printmaker who exhibits extensively in New York City and beyond. He has been teaching at the School of Visual Arts for more than 25 years, is a member of The Board of Govenors of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, and a Director of The New York Society of Etchers. His prints are in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The New York Public Library, The Art Institute of Chicago, The New York Historical Society, The Bronx Zoological Museum, The Royal Collection, London, The Library of Congress, Washington DC, The Housatonic Museum of Art in Connecticut, and The New York Transit Museum.

Colored Pencil demo on Stonehenge by Arlene Steinberg

The festivities (and artist demos) continue at the Dick Blick NYC Grand Opening with the renowned colored pencil artist, Arlene Steinberg.

Join us on Monday, August 26 from 11:30-1:30 at the new Chelsea Dick Blick store (6th Avenue/20th Street).

Arlene will be demonstrating her award winning colored pencil techniques all on Stonehenge paper. At the end of the demo we'll be raffling off a bunch of Stonehenge pads.

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YUPO demo by artist Sandy Sandy at Dick Blick


For all you Manhattanites, join us this Thursday, August 22nd from 2-4pm at the NEW Dick Blick Store in Chelsea to experience first-hand why YUPO synthetic paper has become the hottest surface to paint on. 

Artist Sandy Sandy takes you through some of her tips, tricks and techniques used to create her watercolor masterpieces.

Since 1996, Sandy has been a professional fine artist and up to January of 2009, has devoted her career to painting full time. A strong connection with animals and nature has been evident over the past years and through thousands of paintings. Her philosophy of spirit, who she is, and who she strives to become, is woven into her work. Having studied watercolor with many nationally known watercolor masters including those from the E.A.Whitney, Brandywine and New Hope Schools has given Sandy roots that are strong in the American Art Tradition.

We’ll also be raffling off a bunch of Yupo paper. We all look forward to seeing you on Thursday.