Friday, May 29, 2009

August Night Classes

Surface and Dimension: Mixed Media Methods

Mixing media is an exciting way to revitalize various familiar mediums and establish imaginative and experimental outcomes. This four session class provides an in-depth study of the ancient medium of heated pigmented beeswax and is designed for artists that have some previous encaustic painting experience and want to develop new methods to express depth and versatility in their work. Learn more about how this dynamic luminescent medium can amplify your work by exploring a range of techniques that include layering, dipping, collage, embossing, carving, resist, image transfers and building textured vs. ultra smooth surfaces. Be inspired in this hands-on creative environment and play with printed paper, handmade paper, various types of fabric, natural fibers, charcoal, ink, graphite, and pigment sticks. This intermediate level class will examine essential historical examples as well as contemporary work being exhibited today.


Dates:
Wednesday Night Classes 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Four Sessions

August 5, 12, 19, 26th, 2009

Class Size:
Maximum 6 students

Cost:
$300 All Supplies will be provided

Fee includes wax, pigments, panels, gesso, and encaustic tools for your use during class time. Informational materials and 4 panels will be provided for you to take home.

Location:
KSL Studio, my private studio in NE Seattle, WA.
You will receive directions to my studio and additional information by email upon registration.


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