Moving Paint: Working with Oil and Wax With Lisa Pressman

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Moving Paint: Working with Oil and Wax With Lisa Pressman

Time: February 21, 2019 at 10am to February 23, 2019 at 4pm
Location: Fountainhead Art Space
Street: 31b Oak Street
City/Town: Roswell, GA 30075
Website or Map: http://www.fountainheadartspa…
Phone: 770-714-8841
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Rae Broyles
Latest Activity: Oct 21, 2018

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Lisa will guide you in expanding your personal vocabulary and voice through a series of exercises that include the use of specific materials and tools. The language of art will be revisited: composition, color, tension and space, and scale will be discussed. Demonstrations include using R&F Pigment sticks, pastels and other materials along with excavating, mono-printing, glazing, mark making and editing. 
 
We will focus on content, how to see and how to move your work forward. Students will be encouraged to work in a series, Professional practices will be addressed and activities will include exercises, informal group discussion and individual support.

This is an intermediate level class. Some painting experience is very helpful.

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