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Open Studio - Paint and More Paint 

Week 2: August 11-17, 2024 
​Instructor: Sandy Roumagoux

Class Material Fee: $O


About the Workshop

Students will use oil or acrylic paint to start new paintings, start a series, finish old paintings, try different painting techniques or a combination of all four. Subject matter can be landscape, abstract, still life, figurative. Where the student is in their journey as a painter is where I will start with one on one instruction interspersed with brief class comments.  The student can expect to complete 3 to 4 paintings in various sizes by the end of the class. The class will focus on the process of painting, handling paint, mixing colors, brush techniques, exploring painting styles, and having fun with the creative process.


About Sandy Roumagoux

Sandy Roumagoux, 1981 Master of Fine Arts (painting, drawing, lithography) University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Selected Permanent Collections: Gladys Valley Marine Studies Building, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport; Portland Art Museum, OR; Hallie Ford Museum, Salem, OR; Oregon State University, Public Policy Building, Corvallis, OR; Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR; Microsoft Corporate Art Collection, Redmond, WA; Center for Diaconal Ministry, Valparaiso, IN; City of Newport City Hall, OR; Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital, Newport & Lincoln City, OR;

Recent Exhibitions: 2019 Sandra Roumagoux: Retrospective, Oregon Coast Council for the Arts, Newport Visual Arts Center, OR; 2018 Visual Magic: An Oregon Invitational, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene; 2019 Water II, Lincoln City Cultural Center, Lincoln City, OR;  2017, Coastal Observations, Michael Parsons Fine Art Gallery, Portland, OR

Since 1982, I have taught the studio courses (painting, drawing, 2-D design) at the university and community college level either full time or as an adjunct instructor.  I have taught at CAC, Menucha 1991-2010.

Service: 2012-2018 Mayor of the City of Newport, OR; 2003-2010 Board of Education, Oregon Coast Community College, Newport, OR; 2005-2007, Hosted “The Arts Considered” a weekly radio program, KCUP.

Learn more about Sandy on her website:

Instructor will provide:

What students should bring:

  • Stretched canvas

  • Canvas boards

  • Gessoed watercolor papers are examples of painting surfaces that can be used. Sizes can be a variety of small to large (12” x 12”, 18” x 24”, 30” x 40”, etc.)

  • A limited primary palette of warms (cad. red light, ultramarine blue, yellow ochre) and cools (alizarin crimson, Prussian blue, cad yellow light),  (a large tube of white, small tube of ivory black) is recommended.

Please read the painting studio rules here.

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