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Making Dreams Come True 

The CAEA Scholarships

 

This year we are committed to raising even more funds for the California Art Education Association scholarships for high school seniors. Based on a successful program from Vancouver, Canada, we created limited edition prints of well-known successful California artists. The artists donated the image reproductions to CAEA. This year the artists represent a variety of styles, and all are extremely collectible.

These prints also make a thoughtful gift. Each is printed on cotton rag paper of the highest grade printed in lightfast ink guaranteed to last 150 years, and each print is signed and numbered by the artist. 

Please click here if you would like to purchase one or more of these prints.  Your donation will help make a student’s dream come true.

 

Artist Print #1

Walter Askin, a Pasadena native and retired Professor Emeritus at California State University, Los Angeles, is known for his imaginative and satirical paintings, sculptures and graphic works. His works are in the Norton Simon Art Museum, Pasadena, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, and the National Gallery of Art, Washington D. C.  His first one-man show was at the De Young Museum in San Francisco. Askin's work has also been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and Whitney Museum of America Art, New York City.  Recently, his artworks were shown in the inaugural exhibit at the new Luckman Gallery at CSU Los Angeles.  Purchasing Walter’s print will provide you with a unique opportunity to add a special, original work of art to your personal collection. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Garage Sale Blues by Walter Askin is a wonderful whimsical piece commenting on our fascination with stuff. 

A limited number of the signed prints are available for $100, plus shipping.

  

Artist Print #2

Kathrine Lemke Waste is a contemporary realist artist who paints in watercolor, acrylics, and oil. Waste finds beauty in the commonplace. "Waste's visually poetic images have often been described as luminous," notes Bonnie Gangelhoff in Southwest Art Magazine. Waste’s work has been featured in galleries across the country and is highly sought after by collectors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Double Thank You by Kathrine Lemke Waste, a recognized master watercolorist, is a photo-realism watercolor piece created just for CAEA. 

Signed copies are available for $90, plus shipping.

  

Artist Print #3

Milton Bowens on completion of high school, Milton was awarded a scholarship to attend the California College of Arts and Crafts.  After one-year of studies, Milton enlisted in the United States Armed Forces and became an illustrator. During this time, Milton's work was collected by two of the military's most prestigious museums: The John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Museum, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; and The Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. His work is in the collections of many celebrities across the country. Bowens’ style focuses on “art as education, not decoration”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Art of Art Education by Milton Bowens, was based on a painting done for the 2015 CAEA conference. 

The painting itself is selling for $5500; the signed limited edition prints are available for $135, plus shipping.

 

 
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