Welcome to Studios on the Park

Welcome to Studios on the Park, a nonprofit open studios art center in the heart of historic downtown Paso Robles! We have six studios with 15 working artists, four galleries and a fine craft and fine art gift shop. Make art a part of your life by witnessing the creative process in action, enrolling in a class or workshop, viewing quality themed exhibitions, or volunteering your time and talents to bring art to others in our community!


PRAA Atelier 101: Painting Workshop with WB Eckert

October 17: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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WeHo in Paso

October 04 - October 28
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Americana 2

October 01 - October 31
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COLORbar: "Keep Out" by Hellie Blythe

October 01 - October 31
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PRJUSD Staff & Alumni Show

September 20 - November 04
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Shadows

October 04 - November 07
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Ultimate Beginning Drawing Tutorial: Seeing and recording forms, shapes, and edges accurately with Lury Norris

October 18: 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
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Beginning Cookie Decorating with Arty McGoo

October 20: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Jack-o’-Lantern Sculpting with Jordan Hockett

October 20: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Jolly Jack-O'-Lantern Painting for Kids with Jordan Hockett

October 18: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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Developing Realistic Drawings & Paintings Class for Teens with Lury Norris

October 20: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Sugar Skull Collage for Kids with Jordan Hockett

October 25: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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WEST HOLLYWOOD COMES TO STUDIOS ON THE PARK
October 1, 2018 - PASO Magazine
CHECK OUT THE WEHO EXHIBIT OCTOBER 4 THROUGH 28
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West Hollywood’s ‘WeHo in Paso’ Exhibition will Debut in Paso Robles on Oct. 4
October 1, 2018 - Paso Robles Daily News
Collaboration with Studios on the Park will explore life in West Hollywood
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Paso art association show displays contrast in all forms
September 20, 2018 - San Luis Obispo New Times
She had never painted—not really—and her hands were slowly getting weaker each and every day.

Melodie Jordan had some leftover paint from finishing her Atascadero home. Within five months both her mom and niece had died, and she didn't know what do with all her grief and sadness. So she picked up the can of paint, a brush, and an old painting bought from Goodwill, and got to work. The end result was a tempestuous sea landscape filled with calming shades of teal and blue alongside stormy blacks and grays. Several years later, Jordan is now a full-time professional artist who has never taken a lesson.
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