Paper Painting Collage with Elizabeth St. Hilaire
May 29, 30, 31, 2017 - 10 AM until 4 PM, $395.
PAPER PAINTINGS IS AN INTENSE WORKSHOP IN WHICH STUDENTS ARE TAUGHT A UNIQUE FIGURATIVE COLLAGE TECHNIQUE. STUDENTS WILL LEARN TO MAKE A BEAUTIFUL PALETTE OF COLORS WITH VARIOUS
PAPERS AND CREATE AN UNDER-PAINTING AND COLLAGE WITH PAPER FOR A FINAL FINISH. WORKING WITH PHOTOGRAPHIC REFERENCE, STUDENTS WILL EXPLORE DRAWING, COMPOSITION, PROPORTION, VALUE, COLOR AND COLLAGE APPLICATION. EMPHASIS WILL BE ON DEVELOPING FORM USING LIGHT AND SHADOW, JUST LIKE IN TRADITIONAL PAINTING TECHNIQUES. NO PRIOR COLLAGE EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY. SOME PAINTING WOULD BE HELPFUL, BUT NOT IMPERATIVE. SOME PREPARATION WILL NEED TO BE DONE PRIOR TO CLASS, THIS INFORMATION WILL BE ON THE SUPPLY LIST. VISIT ELIZABETH'S WEBSITE OR TO REGISTER, GO TO http://www.paperpaintings.com
ELIZABETH ST. HILAIRE IS A MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL COLLAGE SOCIETY AND ATLANTA COLLAGE SOCIETY. HER PIECE "OUT TO PASTURE" WON FIRST PLACE IN THE ARTIST'S MAGAZINE ALL MEDIA CONTEST CATEGORY OF COLLAGE, 2010. HER WORK HAS BEEN FEATURED IN: SOUTHERN LIVING, ORLANDO ARTS, WINTER PARK, ORLANDO, AND CLOTH PAPER SCISSORS MAGAZINES AND COLLAGE IN ALL DIMENSIONS(BOOK) BY GRETCHEN BIERBAUM.
Small Landscape Painting with Allison Watson
June 9 & 10, 2017, $275
Premier Florida artists Allison Watson is offering a two day workshops giving students of all expertise a chance to create 5 or more small works, no painting larger than 12” x 12”. Students will complete 4 or more paintings. They will learn the basics of painting: color, composition, and glazing, painting techniques, use of materials and all skills necessary to create a successful painting. Painting small works gives the artist a chance to experience several styles, techniques and subjects. There will be many demonstrations and all will receive personal attention. Demonstrations will be in acrylic. Oil paint may be used if student has had experience in this medium. Reference material will be provided. Allison Watson has taught painting for over 30 years and is on the teaching staff of the Cummer Museum of Art and has over 500 works in private, public and corporate collections nationally. To reserve a place please send $50 with contact information to Allison Watson, 1275 Peachtree St, Jacksonville FL 32207. $225 due at class. Total cost: $275. Space is limited. Both classes for $500.
For information and supply list please contact Allison: Studio: 904 398 7145 e-mail: moc.l1495982924oa@tr1495982924anost1495982924awa1495982924
Free Drawing Workshop with Nofa Dixon
June 16 & 17, 9AM until 4:30 PM, lunch 12 -1,
Free to IAA Members, To register, sign up at the gallery desk. Limit of 15 participants.
In order to maximize on the exercises in the drawing workshop, it is preferable that participants have some drawing skills. That way, the group could really benefit and develop both an experimental and a more creative attitude toward drawing. This drawing workshop is about the experience of drawing and understanding what it is that our eyes see. Creative thinking and learning to evaluate our success in a drawing, composing and completing each work of art will be covered. Also included will be many drawing skills: contour line, use of positive/negative space, and maybe even perspective drawing. The instructor will stress good composition and use of good design elements as well as good use of space. We will have numerous opportunities to critique our work and the work of others. This is how we learn. Have an open mind, a creative spirit and be ambitious.
Drawing pad of paper (not smaller than 18"x24") preferably 90 or 110 lbs. in weight
Drawing pencils: 4B, 6B, and 8B
NuPastels, (Prismacolor) you may purchase a set or purchase each color separately : white, gray, black, flesh, terra cotta, a dark blue and yellow ochre
Rives BFK or Arches drawing paper
Prismacolor color pencils
Pastel Painting Techniques Workshop with Lorraine Potocki
September 8 & 9, 2017, 10 AM-4 PM, $245
See what the buzz about pastels is all about and how much fun they can be. Learn pastel painting techniques using hard and soft pastels. This is a workshop for beginners to intermediate pastelists with a lot of individualized attention. You’ll learn the basics and how to take your pastel painting to its next level. We’ll work on composition, values, the use of cool and warm colors, under painting and much more. You’ll learn how to do representational painting as well as abstract. Bring a photo reference of what you’d like to paint. I will also have many you can choose from. Demonstrations and constructive critiques both days. It will really help you change the way you see the world. A materials list will be provided upon registration via PayPal on my website (under workshops) www.lorrainepotocki.com
Student Testimonials: “I attended Lorraine’s introductory class as a “newbie”, with no background in pastels and only the barest understanding of painting. Her class went well beyond pastels, helping me understand basics around composition, drawing and color in a very relaxed and fun environment. Her knowledge applied to all levels in the class, and although everybody had different experiences, her approach allowed us to also learn from each other. Lorraine’s love of art inspired me to release my creative side and her instruction gave me a glimpse of the tips and tricks of the trade. I can’t wait to continue exploring the medium and will be sitting in her class again soon.” --Caroline, Jacksonville Beach, FL“This was one of the best two-day workshops I’ve ever done. The exercises in abstracting were so valuable for someone who has trouble “loosening up”. --Linda, Fernandina Beach, FL
Oil and Acrylic Painting, with Elio Camacho
October 25-27 – 9 to 4 PM – Still Life Workshop - $345
October 28 and 29– 9 to 4 PM – Plein Air Workshop - $275 (Or take both workshops for $550.)
November 1 -3 – 9 to 4 PM – Still Life Workshop - $345
Learn to express yourself in a bold and colorful way with California expressionist Elio Camacho.
"As a painting instructor, my mission is to provide students with the foundation necessary to be creative. My goal is to assist students in capturing the particular mood of the moment and to express themselves in a bold and colorful way. My workshops are very hands-on with an emphasis on easel-side critiques. I believe that giving instruction is important, but showing students how this instruction applies to their individual work is crucial. Based on the student’s level and goals, I develop and program based on each individual’s ability as a painter.” To register, go to Elio's website, ColorRelations.com and pay the $100 required deposit.Final Payment due at workshop.
Clay Monoprints with Mitch Lyon
January 19 & 20, 2018, 10AM - 4 PM, $225 for Members, $250 for non-members
The matrix I use is a wet slab of clay. Wet colored clay slips and wet colored clays are used as my “inks”. They are applied to the wet slab, one color over another until the clay is leather-hard. A dampened substrate is placed over the slab and rolled with a wooden rolling pin [my press]. The pressure from the rolling pin pulls a thin layer of clay from the slab. Many monoprints can be pulled without recharging the slab. Get ready to use clay in a very different way. Students can pay their fee to Mitch directly by calling his cell, (302-545-4839), to give him their credit card info, or send a check to Mitch Lyons, PO Box 40, New London, PA 19360. To learn more, visit www.mitchlyons.com
Watercolor Workshops with Cedar Kindy
Free Children’s Art: Free guided activities provided by local artists for school age children. You must register for each session individually by calling the IAA gallery at 904-261-7020 or signing up in person at the gallery desk. Classes meet from 11:15 AM until 12:30 PM on the following Saturdays: June24, July 22, August 26, September 23, October 21, November 25 and December 16, 2017. There is also a morning camp during the week of July 17-21. Please call the IAA gallery to check on space availability.
Portrait Group: Come join other artists in creating art with the benefit of a live model. Just $5 to participate. No advanced registration required. There is no instruction but plenty of positive support from fellow artists. SESSIONS WILL RESUME IN THE FALL. For more information, call Paul Massing at 904- 321-0738.
Photography Interest Group: Free to the public. Come see demonstrations, technical presentations and a monthly critique (show and tell)of photographers’ work. The group usually meets at 7 pm on the 4th Thursday of the month in the Art Education Center. For more information, Contact Pat Hooks at ten.t1495982924sacmo1495982924c@11h1495982924tap1495982924 or 904-277-2595.
Tuesday Afternoon Open Studio: This is a chance to to participate in a drop-in studio group. Bring your own supplies and work with other artists. There is no formal instruction, just artist friends supporting and mentoring each other. Tuesdays 1 pm until 5 pm. $5 fee. Contact Mary Quinlan at 904-321-0112 or moc.l1495982924iamg@14959829240505q1495982924cam1495982924.
Thursday Morning Open Studio: Bring your own supplies and work in a supportive atmosphere with other artists. Thursdays 9 am until noon. Fee is $5. For more information, contact Gretchen Williams at 904-491-3171 or at ten.t1495982924ta@wh1495982924cterg1495982924.
Thursday Afternoon Open Studio: This is another opportunity to bring your own supplies and paint with a group. Thursdays from 1 pm until 5 pm, $10 a month. Contact Jean Riley at 904-261-5471 or at ten.h1495982924tuosl1495982924leb@t1495982924sudra1495982924tsyel1495982924ir1495982924