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"Liberating the Creative Process...An Artistic Journey" - Cheryl Laube

"Liberating the Creative Process...An Artistic Journey"

With Cheryl Laube

March 11th, 2014 - MPC Education Night** (See Note Below!)

Cheryl Laube Fine Artist, Photographer and Art Instructor

Fine art photographer Cheryl Laube will share her self-described “quirky” artistic journey, which she has traversed as a fine artist and art instructor. This meandering has led her to being collected by notable patrons, and having several solo shows with both her fine art pieces and photography.

 Cheryl’s Being Woman has been described as “thought provoking, exotic, conversational, intellectually stimulating and arresting” with each series unfolding yet another level of the evolving story.

 Cheryl’s presentation is one not to be missed as we work on expanding our horizons as photographers and how we look at our world, through our own very personal “lenses.”

Cheryl Laube Bio:

Cheryl Laube is a fine artist, artist representative and art instructor living in Napa. Cheryl has taught art for 18 years at levels ranging from kindergarten to college where she teaches encaustic painting, and mixed media, including photo alternative processes.

 Cheryl has been a fine art photographer for eight years and has shown her Being Woman Series in regional, national and international art shows.  She has won many awards and has had five solo shows in the past seven years.

As vice president and chief curator of the acclaimed Bay Area “Photo Irregulars” she has arranged multiple shows for this group of eclectic photographers. She is also a member of Vineyard 360.

 She has taught at the Mendocino Art Center, Napa Valley College, and Solano College as a visiting and specialist artist.

 As an artist representative she has helped place art photography with Rene Di Rosa and the Crocker Museum in Sacramento.

 Cheryl’s art studio is located on Mare Island at Coal Shed Artists’ Studios where you can visit her by appointment. There are also regular art shows, Open Studios and private gallery shows at Coal Shed that she participates in.

                                                  www.cherlaart.com

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**For each of this years Education Events there is a request for a $5.00 donation from non members of the main Marin Photography Club (not Meetup).  This donation will go to the Education Fund to help bring speakers and multi-day events to the area.  The Education Nights are free to main Marin Photography Club members, this makes the "associate membership" a very good deal.  See MPC website for further information: Marin Photography Club.  Until this website is set-up for payment, please pay at the door.  Please contact us for further information or questions.

We hope to see you at 6:30pm on March 11th at the Main Hall in the Anthem Church located at 50 Los Ranchitos Road in North San Rafael.

 Glen Graves, 2014 Education Director

 

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  • Glen G.

    Thanks to everyone who attended last nights event - good to see that some members understand the importance of the creative process.
    If we want to create we must: First - show up / be present - Second. Be prepared to fail - Third. Be Brave & Bold and stepout of our comfort zone. Cheryl did and excellent job of offering information, challenging our normal way of doing things and offering inspiring insight into new ways of seeing the world..
    25.5 million people have watched this broadcast about creativity..
    http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity

    March 12, 2014

  • Merrill M.

    Very enjoyable to listen to someone who uses alternate processes to process and show work.

    March 12, 2014

  • John J.

    Seriously needed a microphone. A shame since she was able to explain some of the aspects of the creative process in a clear and understandable way.

    March 12, 2014

  • Rosemary L.

    Thank you for having come and speak. Jess inspired to take se risks with my creativity. I wish she been wearing mik it ver hard to hear her.

    March 11, 2014

  • Teresa

    This event sounds wonderful… if only I'd be in town!

    February 14, 2014

  • Glen G.

    I have known Cheryl for the better part of a decade and I know that she is an accomplished artist and teacher.

    February 13, 2014

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