JLI Student Art Show & Open House
Come see the work of young talented artists Friday evening, June 27th, from 5:30-7 pm, at 2232 N El Dorado in Stockton.
Expressive watercolors inspired by the four seasons, ferocious dinosaurs drawings, incredibly cute yet dangerous ninja chibis, and some of your favorite villains, such as Marvel’s Loki, Disney’s Hades, and Despicable Me’s Vector have been our inspiration. Snacks and beverages will be served. Everyone is welcome to check out what JLI’s students and teachers have created.
And speaking of teachers, selected works from instructors David Vallejo, Betsy Luntao, and Sally Luntao will be up for silent auction. Their works will consist of the teaching demos carefully prepared for class – the intricate breakdowns of composition, characters, and animal design.
Cleveland School Remembers will also be at the studio. Perhaps you’ve seen their flags at the Asparagus and Mexican Heritage Festival. They will ask you to make some art of your own by placing your wishes for your neighborhood on Wish Flags.
You can also sign up for our upcoming Summer Workshops. We offer T-shirt printing with Betsy, more Wish Flag designing, an Artist Alley preparation course for StocktonCon in August, and an intense 12-hour comic making challenge with David.
The public is invited to share an exciting evening of art with us. The event is free. For more information check the “News and Events” tab at their website, www.jliacademy.org, or call 209-38ART4U (209-382-7848).
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