Do you like certain types of art and not others, but are unable to say why? Are you interested in visiting galleries and museums, but feel intimidated? Join Gus Sermas, artist and professor emeritus at West Chester University and gain understanding of the basics of art appreciation so you can enjoy looking at and talking about art with more confidence. Gus will reference the artwork on display in the galleries and talk about the concepts of realism, abstraction, media, technique, expression, historical context and more in an easy-going and enjoyable session. Registration Deadline: March 3. Gus V. Sermas was born near Sparta, Greece, grew up in Texas, and lives in Centreville, DE. He is a painter and professor emeritus in the Department of Art & Design, West Chester University. His painting influences are Vincent Mariani, Austin Texas, Barry Schatman, St. Louis, Milton Resnick, NYC, and Richard Lazzaro from the University of Wisconsin. He is a member of the Cerulean Arts Collective - be sure to see his work on view February 13 - March 10, 2019.
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Earlier Event: March 8Lance Simmons - CHARGONGOOGAH
Later Event: March 9Experience Culture in Philadelphia: A Panel Discussion