We, the Raindrop Chapter, were organized in 1978 by a group of dedicated painters.
Our chapter meets at the Milwaukie Lutheran Church or the Union Hall in Tualatin on the first Saturday every-other-month.
Decorative painting is a diverse art form utilizing a variety of techniques and media to decorate functional and non-functional surfaces.
Tole painting is the general term historically used to describe decorative painting on tin surfaces, but today we paint on any surface including wood, glass, fabric, canvas and tin.
We urge anyone who is interested in decorative painting to join us in developing their talents.
We offer a variety of classes and seminars in many different mediums.
Please enjoy your visit to our web site and come back often.
The Raindrop Chapter is an affiliate of the
Society of Decorative Painters since 1978
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Tangle - An Introduction to this meditative form of art---For our August 2nd Meeting
We will review what tangling is, its origins, some of the variations, how to include tangles in our artwork. We will do a step by step tangle in class using a “string” as a guide. The class will then be given the time to experiment with their own designs.
You will receive:
•3 tangle squares – one with a string for use in class and 2 additional squares for creating your own designs •1 micro black pen •How to tangle instruction sheet for completing the in-class project •A list of tangle books and websites to continue your education
Lisa Ludwig, teaching.....
Contact to Register:
Where: Tualatin Union Hall