The Museum of the San Fernando Valley and its Public Art Initiative invites you to meet the September Artist Speaker Series guest, featuring, Christine Douglass.
Zoom presentation (see link below):
Saturday, September 12, 2020
Noon - 2:00 pm
(*suggested donation to support the Public Art Initiative of The Museum SFV - $10
Pay on our website, PayPal, Zelle)
Douglass is a local San Fernando Valley artist who has always enjoyed drawing but discovered her love for oil painting as an adult. She accidentally became an artist. In 2004, after the passing of her late husband of 35 years, she found herself in deep despair.
By 2006, she gave herself an assignment to find joy in her life. She was not sure how to pursue or achieve this goal, but she decided that since she had done a lot of drawing and some painting when she was very young, she would sign up for an oil painting class.
The painting featured above is called Papa and Me. It has a special place in her heart (learn more about it during the presentation) and it won First Place in the City of Los Angeles 2017 Senior Art Exhibit.
Years later, she has been exhibiting many of her paintings to countless juried art exhibits throughout Southern California. Her artwork is eclectic and tends to be realistic, but lately she has been introducing artwork that simply stems from her imagination.
Attendees will be able to speak to Christine at the end of the presentation, ask questions about her career, specific paintings as well as inquire about items for sale which include paintings, blank note cards, purses, handbags and prints on canvas.
You can view her artwork too at www.paintingsbychristinedouglass.com.
Bring your lunch, invite family members, tell friends about it and enjoy a presentation on art and life.
Meeting ID: 847 8268 3275
Watch the presentation or listen in via phone - dial
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose), then add Meeting ID and passcode.
For any other event information, please contact Michel (Michael) Stevens at TheMuseumSFV@gmail.com or dial 747-202-3084.
Please also visit our website at www.TheMuseumSFV.org