Only 10 tickets are available for this hands-on experience; supplies are included with ticket purchase. Guests may also enjoy our current exhibition featuring work by Khari Turnerin addition to a curated selection of regional artists in the gallery's lower level space [The Down Low]. Please arrive on time to ensure a smooth experience for all parties.
Ticket purchase also includes:Signature Voss Collector tote bag to carry all class materialsHandwritten thank you card from the gallery owner/directorAdvance notice of upcoming VIP eventsComplimentary non-alcoholic beverage for participantsMini bouquet of flowers to take home
Other info:Hand sanitizer and a bathroom to wash hands are availableMinimum age 15+ yearsPainting-friendly clothing is encouraged
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Voss Gallery's mission is to inspire, connect and enrich lives by making the art buying process easy, accessible and fun! Were committed to helping collectors at any stage find the perfect piece for their space with a variety of options for every budget. We work closely with our family of artists to produce dynamic solo and thematically organized group shows and socially-conscious projects to benefit the greater community. New exhibitions are presented approximately every three to four weeks and are curated with an emphasis on New Contemporary work by national emerging artists.
Voss Gallery was established in San Franciscos Mission District in August 2019 by Ashley L. Voss.
Steve Javiel (b. 1981) is an urban impressionist painter based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA and participates in exhibitions along the West Coast."My impressionist flower paintings give me the opportunity to explore color and step outside of my comfort zone by being bold with my paint application. The strong and vibrant colors in my work is a reflection of positivity. My process begins by distorting photographs of flowers just enough to still maintain their floral essence. Layers upon layers of acrylic, oil pastels, and spray paint are applied until the surface takes on a life of its own."Steve Javiel
Reserve a ticket to participate in an Impressionist Flower Painting Workshop with Steve Javiel on Saturday, May 8th, 1-4PM at Voss Gallery! This COVID-friendly and fun workshop will be held outside of the gallery. Masks are required and social distancing is enforced.
This beginner-level class will provide participants with an understanding of basic impressionist painting techniques and the beauty of color! Participants will be able to arrange their own mini flower bouquets to use as reference for their paintings that they will be able to take home that day! Everyone will first learn how to sketch on watercolor paper before moving to a mini canvas.
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