Rectangle Gallery

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Current Classes

If you have questions or concerns, or if you wish to pay by cash or check please contact register in person at Rectangle Gallery, give us a call at (360) 669-5918 or  email at [email protected] 


Class seats are reserved by prepayment and are non-refundable unless the minimum class size is not reached. Classes will not be rescheduled or refunded for non-participation.

If life happens and you need to reschedule your class, please contact [email protected] 48 hours prior to your class and we will help you reschedule. 

Monotype Workshop with Abigail Gary

Sunday October 22 and Monday October 23 

Noon - 5:00

$45 one day

$75 both days

This introduction to monotype printmaking will explore as many techniques as possible in the time allows.  Day one you will learn subtractive methods, stencils, additives and  other techniques. Day two will include color-layering with a four-plate print, combine multiple monoprint methods , collagraph and other techniques.  

Nisqually Heron

Saturday, November 4

3:00 - 6:00


One of our favorite instructors, Roy Lowry will be back to teach a class in acrylics.  Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or experienced painter Roy will have techniques and ideas that will help to take you to the next step in your artistic journey.  

Bird on the Wire - Cardinal 
November  7,  2017 
Joan and Sue are back with a Cardinal for the Bird On the Wire series.
This acrylic painting will be created on a 10 X 1 0 canvas. This painting is designed for success for beginner or advances student.  You can register in person at Rectangle Gallery or online at

Subtractive Painting with Abigail Gary

Saturday, November 11, 2017

12:00 - 5:00


Subtractive painting is a fun and unusual way to approach the canvas.  The surface is entirely covered with black oil paint and then the paint is removed using a variety of tools (rags, swabs, brushes) and turpentine to create the image.  I call this process "unpainting".  The artist can work quickly to achieve an expressionistic work or more slowly to create a more detailed painting.

This method can be used by artists of all skill and experience levels.  Materials will be provided.  Please bring a black and white photo reference if you like, or use one of ours, for your inspiration.