March 4, 2017
Altered Book Workshop
Myself and fellow artist Steffanie Lorig are co-teaching an Altered Book Workshop March 4, 2017. More info below...
- Saturday, March 4, 2017
- 9:00am 12:30pm
- School of Visual Concepts
This introductory class will teach found poetry and altered book techniques that will allow you to bring new life to old books, turning cast-off pages into a reliquary of personally meaningful content.
Co-facilitated with artist, Steffanie Lorig, we will use several techniques that help turn trash into treasure. By the end of the workshop, you will understand how to:
- Choose and prep books to alter
- Find poetry from within
- Gain control over your inner critic
- Give yourself permission to play, explore, and discover
- Use collage, paint, wire, and found objects to create art!
Cost: $100 for a half day
Minimum attendees: 10; maximum attendees: 40
Age Range: 18+
Skill Level: All Levels
For more information to to register, visit Eventbrite.com
I had a painting selected for the ISAP (International Society of Acrylic Painters) 7th Annual Open Online Show. (Scroll down to find my name and view the painting.) I won an Honorable Mention Award. The show can be viewed indefinitely at the link above.
I received two awards in Manhattan Arts International's Hot Topics - Bold Expressions in Nature & Human Nature show! Both an Artist Showcase Award and an Award of Merit. The paintings selected were "A Heavy Conversation" and "The Watching Heart". You can see them at my Artist Showcase page on the Manhattan Arts website. The show will be online until October 17, 2015.
I had a painting selected for the ISAP (International Society of Acrylic Painters) 6th Annual Open Online Show for 2015! You can click on the "M" at the top of the page to go directly to my last name if you don't want to browse the entire show. The piece that was selected is called "Bonefish Dreaming".
Exciting news! I just got selected for the Special Merit Category in the Light Space & Time international all-woman online exhibit! They got over 1100 entries so I feel quite honored. The exhibit is online for the month of March, after that it will be viewable in the online archives.
This show is over but lives on in the archives. You can check it out at the 2015 Light Space & Time Women's exhibit link in the archives section.