Watercolor Painting with Suzanne Binnie
IAA members -$25 per session, non members - $35 per session
Weekly ongoing classes.
For more information or to register, contact Suzanne at email@example.com or call (603)340-4775.
Suzanne was brought up in Pennsylvania in a family where art was very important – her mother and two sisters are accomplished artists in watercolors or pastels. She was educated at Penn State University and Tyler School of Art where she studied Art, Design and Art History, graduating with a Bachelor’s in Fine Art. Suzanne also studied with prominent artists such as Janet Walsh (floral painting), Tom Lynch and Stephen Quiller (landscapes), Margaret Huddy (color theory), and Susan Abbott (design theory).Suzanne combines her realism with elements of design for she believes “a painting is only as good as its design”. Subject matter is secondary to the medium for Suzanne, as she loves painting any subject. For her, the act of creating a painting may have surprising and interesting results as the picture evolves under her brushes. Her understanding of color theory is acute and she uses it to produce subtle variations in mood and with a limited palette.
Watercolor Class Recommended Supply List (All available from Cheap Joe’s Catalogue 1-800-227-2788; website: www.cheapjoes.com )
Paint: Winsor & Newton Watercolors
French Ultra W263-5
Brown Madder W056-5
Cadmium Scarlet W106-5
Raw Sienna W552-5
Winsor Blue W707-5
Gamboge Hue D239-21
Permanent Rose W502-5
Brushes: Winsor & Newton Scepter Gold
Flats: 1 inch WB965-1
Palette: John Pike Palette #340BW
Friskit: Masking Fluid ½ oz bottle JMF2
Miscellaneous: Paper Towels & masking tape for your own use
Arches 140 lb. CP Paper may be purchased at class at a discount price
Acrylic Fluid Art with Christina Hickey
September 7, 14, 21 & 28 at 10 AM, $250
Dirty Pour, flip cup pour, swipe, strain. What does it all mean?
Join in the fun and create while learning Acrylic Fluid Art. Starting Sept. 7 at 10:00 a.m. located in theIsland Art Association, 18 N. 2nd St., Fernandina Beach. The classes will be held each Friday in Sept- 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th. We will start with the basics, then learn new techniques each Friday. Participates will create 2 pieces of art each class. All materials provided, September class fee is $250.00. Contact Christina Hickey @ 904-583-1141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art of the Soul: An Introduction with Dr. Nadine Vaughn D'Ardenne
Six-week Art Therapy Class from Sept. 18 to Oct. 23, 2018
Tuesday mornings, 9:30 - 11:30am for six-weeks
$30 per session (if all are paid by 09/01/18)
$40 per session (if paid each week or after 9/1/18).
Create new ways to heal old wounds and discover fresh hope.
Art of the Soul, taught by psychologist Dr. Nadine Vaughan D’Ardenne, is a six-week introductory course that embarks on a journey to our souls by focusing on a different
human dilemma each week. With art as the pathway we'll explore depression, PTSD, OCD, and discover new ways of releasing past hurts. This is an art therapy course with subtle psychological techniques woven into art projects, so attendees are asked to par- ticipate in all six sessions. It is not intended to lead to a performance art piece because your take-away will be much more valuable: Possibilities for a happier future. Not unlike St. Francis, “You’ll be encouraged to find hope where there is despair, light where there is darkness, and joy where there is sadness.”
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Nadine Vaughan D’Ardenne is a Licensed Psychologist, author and artist who’s taught thousands of college students from coast to coast. For this series, she weaves psychological skills with a lifetime in the arts. Prior to pursuing her doctorate in psychology, she was a visual and performance art major at USF and afterward, upon returning to Florida in 2001, specialized in PTSD. Her state-of-the art training with military doctors helped launch a suicide prevention program (Wingman Project). In addition, she attended film school at Valencia College and encountered the dueling demons of addiction and depression as the staff psychologist for a treatment center on an Indian Reservation. Her California-based Living Theatre Company combined psychological and per- formance skills, ultimately leading to this Art of the Soul course. In this series, Dr. D’Ar- denne provides a healing environment in which we can heal old wounds and create hope. No experiences is needed. Join Dr. D”Ardenne and learn about fun ways to start your healing. Send your check to: Vaughan Psych. Services, P.O. Box15503, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035 or Email: email@example.com Subject: Art of the Soul
Golden Acrylics Workshops with K.D.Tobin
October 22, 2018 - Free Acrylic & More Lecture Demo, 6-8 PM
Must Sign up at the IAA Gallery Desk
Please join us as we explore the unlimited possibilities of Golden Artist Colors Acrylic paint. We will cover a wide variety of topics and products including Heavy Body, Fluid Acrylics, Williamsburg Oil Paints, and QoR watercolors. Printmaking techniques utilizing Golden's OPEN Acrylic, artist made printing plates using collagraphic processes, watercolor printing and a whole lot more. Given the time constraints we will only be able to briefly touch upon the various techniques but every artist attendee should come away from the event with a brain jam-packed with new possibilities. I hope you can join us and I look forward to meeting you. To sign up, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org . or Phone: 404-663-4996
Print, Press & Mono-Print Workshop , October 23 & 24, 2018 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, $130 - Pay at the IAA Gallery Desk
In this newest workshop artists will learn a variety of processes to produce gorgeous backgrounds, mono-prints and one-off works of art. We will utilize OPEN acrylics, QoR Watercolor paints, Gelli Arts Printing Plates, Plexiglass Printing Plates, along with artist participant designed collagraph printing plates utilizing various gels and mediums. Prints will be “pulled” on a selection of papers including Arches 88 watercolor paper. This is a two day workshop as we will need an overnight period to allow our “printing plates” sufficient time to dry. Necessary paints will be supplied, however participants are encouraged to bring their own “Gelli Arts" plate, brayer and a selection of papers to print on if they have them already in their possession. Participants may also wish to bring their own “Stencils” in order to have a greater variety of imagery at their disposal. Additional Arches 88 paper will be available for purchase should the artist wish to print a larger selection of imagery.
Oil and Acrylic Painting, with Elio Camacho
November 3, 2018 - TBD AM, Free Painting Demo Open to the Public
November 5-8, 2018, 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.
Painting the Color of Light with Michael Story
December 5-7, 2018, 10 AM - 5 PM, $350
Landscapes in Oils, Acrylics and Pastels
Join Michael for a 3-day workshop at the Island Art Association as we concentrate on capturing the color of light in our landscape paintings. We will observe and interpret the various colors we see in the sky, trees, grasses, and water at different times of the day and night. We will also apply oil, pastel or acrylic painting techniques to capture depth, movement and mood in our work. The workshop will begin with an I-Pad demonstration of Michael's paintings from start to finish and will be open to artists working in oil, acrylic or pastel. Michael will demonstrate his working methods to achieve fresh, bright color while avoiding muddy mixtures. Please bring photo references you would like to work from. Michael will provide additional references as well.
To sign up, or for more information, call: 803-356-4268
or email: email@example.com
Birds and Blooms Collage Workshop with Elizabeth St. Hilaire
SHE'S COMING BACK!
April 18 - 20, 2019, 10 AM until 4 PM, $395
Register directly at http://www.paperpaintings.com/workshops
Click to view or download supply list: Supplies-Birds-and-Blooms
COLLAGE WITH HAND PAINTED PAPERS
Create colorful petals and plumage with your own hand-painted collage papers and a variety of media. We will make collage papers exclusively with Gel Plate mono printing techniques and then adhere them overtop of an underpainting to form an impressionistic, painterly birds and blooms collage!
All levels welcome, some painting experience helpful, but not necessary. A minimum of 10 students is needed to run the class, please do not make travel arrangements until this number is confirmed. Limited to 15 students. BE PREPARED TO HAVE SOME FUN!
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. The next classes meet from 11 AM until 12:30 PM on the following Saturdays: August 25, September 29, October 27, November 24 and December 22.
Life Drawing and Painting Group: OPEN STUDIO with a $5.00 MODEL FEE
Bring your drawing/painting materials and take advantage of the opportunity to work from life. Enjoy the camaraderie of other artists and give yourself the opportunity to work with live models. The group meets 2 Wednesdays a month from 7 to 9 PM beginning September 5th and 19th and once a month on Saturdays from 9:30 to 11:30 AM beginning September 15th. For specific questions contact Georganna at 904-415-7035.
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 Lea Gallardo at LeaGallardo@aol.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
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, $5 Fee. Contact Jean Riley at 904-261-5471 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
FUN Ukes Group: Meets 2 Wednesday Evenings a month at 7 PM. For more information, Contact Gwen Cowart at email@example.com