Saturday, August 20, 2016

Day 1486: Don't be afraid, it's only ...

work in progress, 40x40canvas, graphite, collage & acrylic

A beautiful day at Catalyst in Westminster, CA

For the third class of a series of four in ...

Mix-Media on Canvas Series
Thursdays August 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2016 -- 10:00AM to 1:00PM
During this class with Jacki Long you will create multiple mix media paintings. During the first two classes play with different techniques on smaller canvases, ranging from paint, collage and drawing. During the last two classes work on a larger canvas using techniques taught in the previous sessions.
REGISTRATION: $45 per class -or- $160 for the series. All materials provided. Skill Level: All.
Limited seats are available for the last class, so sign up today!

Working on a large 24x36 canvas & full size easels available.

After a quick demo of possible techniques ...
layout & use of graphite, acrylics & collage.

13 artists were set free with 13 individual approaches.

by Josie

by Josie

Some used an image to work from ...

by Serina

by Rose

 some experimented . . .

by T.J.

some just let it happen.

by Irene

work in progress

Amazing work in just three hours.

by Julie

We didn't need to finish in three hours.

by Ann

We have another class next week.

by Leslie

Sometimes we need to let the work breathe.

by Carrol

by Liesda

by Katherine

by Connie

We have one last class left in this series week
some of us will continue on our work in progress.
Some will start new work.
We will possibly add texture, collage, stencil & transfers.
If you're in the neighborhood, maybe come play with us?

I brought a large finished 36 x 48 canvas as an example
of a canvas that I didn't feel was working overall, 
(event though I thought it had some good spots).

So it was a candidate for a gesso whitewash, and a new start.

But Connie thought it shouldn't be whitewashed,
so I sent it home with her.

. . .

I hope you have a lovely weekend,
and if time allows, stop by tomorrow for a visit ...
it will be a cool bunch of close ups!
Intriguing?  I hope do.

A smile for Saturday ...

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