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ZOOM Workshops- Drawing

PAINTING/DRAWING ZOOM WORKSHOPS
IMPROVISATION2

Acrylic and Mixed Media Techniques

 Pamela Caughey

March 6 & 13, 2021
4:00  6:00 p.m. ET

Tuition: $125 
All Levels


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Please email [email protected] to be added to the waitlist.

ACRYLIC AND MIXED MEDIA TECHNIQUES: During this 2 session LIVE Zoom workshop, I will be demonstrating supports to use, favorite tools, and lots of techniques on how to create complex layers and complex color, including: Dry mark making, monoprint, collage, stencils, gelli plate (to create your own collage), glazing, sanding, gouging, etc. I will also have designated times for Q&A. Due to the large amount of information I will be covering, as well as demos, rather than paint along with me, I encourage you to watch, take notes, and apply what you have learned between LIVE Zoom sessions. I will include a supply list for those who are new to this medium.
  • Participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone. It’s easy! Download here.
  • Participants must have reliable internet access and a computer or phone with sound recording and web-cam capabilities to participate.
  • Students are responsible for supplying workshop materials.
  • Once registered, students will receive a video meeting code along with simple ZOOM instructions.
  • Features live demonstration and the ability to ask Pam questions. Participants will receive a recorded demonstration to use for up to two weeks.

Pamela Caughey, MFA in Painting and Drawing, University of Montana, 2010

 

Other Teaching:

2019

Miami, FL

Mineral Point, WI

New York City, NY:
Richardson, TX:
Oaxaca City, Mexico

 

2018

Takapuna, New Zealand

Snowhill, MD,

Western Carolina University, NC,

Hamilton, MT

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

 

2017

Mineral Point, WI

Lake Logan, NC

Pleasant View Grange, Boulder CO

Mineral Point, WI

 

2016

Mineral Point, WI

 

University of Montana –  instruction
September 2011-December 2013 – Faculty, Bitterroot College of UMT

COLLECTIONS:

University of Wisconsin – Madison – Biotechnology Building, Ubiquitous, 2019

Nicolaysen Museum, Casper, WY, 2016.

University of Montana, Chemistry Building, “Chem 101”, “Osmosis”, 2015.
Kaiser Permanente, Northern CA, “Ebola”, graphite drawing, 2015.

NIH – Rocky Mountain Laboratories, Hamilton, MT, Microscapes
Missoula Art Museum, Microscapes, handmade book of etchings, 2013.
Holter Museum of Art, Eccentricity, 24×18”, encaustic, 2012.
Montana Museum of Art and Culture: Earth and Sky, 10”x8”, History, 10”x8”, encaustic, 2009.
Montana Museum of Art and Culture; Skaggs Building, “Rock of Ages”,  “Shattered Scape”, 2007.

 

 

 

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Introduction to hand designing textiles

Joshua Cosimo

March 21 & 28, 2021
10:00 a.m.  12:00 p.m. ET

Tuition: $125 
All Levels

In this workshop participants will learn how to create the four different design elements to create a textile collection.

Using their own sketches, templates and step by step instructions provided in the workshops media bundle Participants will create the following.

  1. A simple geometric pattern.
  2. A 90 degree angle mirrored border.
  3. A simple small scaled floral block repeat.
  4. A larger, more complex floral block repeat.

Concepts that will be taught include

  1. Calquing
  2. Scale of design related to eventual application.
  3. Compositing
  4. Use of formulas provided to design and draw repeat field patterns manually.
  5. How the formulas create differing designs.
  6. Designing using the same base with the objective of creating variety within print families and how that is achieved using the formulas taught.
  7. How to set up a printing studio in your home for hand silkscreening textiles.

Education bundle in addition to zoom classes for this workshop.

  1. A primer with step by step instructions on how to formulate the four components of the textile collection to be created.
  2. Scaled templates to use for designing the repeats.
  3. Templates of various floral elements for compositing into textile patterns.
  4. A step by step guide for creating a textile printing table.

Participants will finish this workshop with

  1. A geometric repeat ready for burning onto a silkscreen or scanned for digital printing.
  2. A mirrored 90 degree border component ready for burning onto a silkscreen or scanned for digital printing .
  3. A small scaled block floral pattern ready for burning onto a silkscreen or scanned for digital printing.
  4. A large scale block floral pattern ready for burning onto a silkscreen or scanned for digital printing.
  • Participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone. It’s easy! Download here.
  • Participants must have reliable internet access and a computer or phone with sound recording and web-cam capabilities to participate.
  • Students are responsible for supplying workshop materials.
  • Once registered, students will receive a video meeting code along with simple ZOOM instructions.
  • Features live demonstration and the ability to ask Joshua questions. Participants will receive a recorded demonstration to use for up to two weeks.

BFA in painting and drawing TWU, Denton Texas; Instructor of textile and silkscreen printing for various study abroad programs (SACI, Syracuse, Santa Reparata) via Art Studio Fuji, Florence Italy; other teaching: Private summer classes at a personal studio, Punta del Este Uruguay ; collections: Almost 20 years experience in the fashion and style industry as a textile designer and artist. Clients include Alex and Ani, Badgley Michka, and Pitti Immagine. His textile art work has been shown in Museums in Europe, and Asia, as well as being featured in ELLE decor via homes where his art is displayed.

Joshua Cosimo was raised in Texas in a household where decoration was omnipresent. After graduating with his BFA from Texas Woman’s University in 2004, and a brief stint in Nyc in 2005 he moved to Italy in 2006, studying the artisan process of textile printing and design at the small craft school Art Studio Fuji in Florence. Opting for a more traditional, hands on and immersive education he has remained involved with the school in the capacity of instructor.

www.cosimocollection.com

@cosimocollection

 

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Mixed Media collage

Clare Murray Adams

April 2 & 9 , 2021 
4:00-6:00p.m. ET

Tuition: $125



Collage is a very inclusive medium that incorporates a multitude of materials, diverse techniques and strong compositional skills. The class will cover working on both paper and wooden substrates. Demonstrations will include beginning a collage with layered papers or a painted background, working to create individual artworks that reflect each participant’s interests in found materials using other media such as watercolor, acrylic, colored pencils and/or fiber. Techniques will include layering with transparency, integrating imagery, ways to reveal underneath areas, and incorporating found objects all with an emphasis on composition and creating a sense of unity.

 

  • Participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone. It’s easy! Download here.
  • Participants must have reliable internet access and a computer or phone with sound recording and web-cam capabilities to participate.
  • Check out the list of additional supplies you will need for this workshop here.
  • Once registered, students will receive a video meeting code along with simple ZOOM instructions.
  • Workshop fees are non-refundable but are transferable with a $25 fee.
  • Features live demonstration and the ability to ask  questions. Participants will also receive a recording of the demonstration to use for up to two weeks.

I am a Studio Artist; professor emeritus and former gallery curator at Malone University, Canton OH; other teaching: Peter’s Valley School of Craft, Layton NJ, Quilt Surface Design Symposium, Columbus OH, Morgan Handmade Paper Conservatory, Cleveland OH; collections: Menorah Park (Beachwood OH), Ohio Designer Craftsmen (Columbus OH), National Cash Register (Dayton OH), Signature Gallery (Atlanta GA)

www.claremurrayadams.com

@claremurrayadams

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Cold Wax/Oil Painting

 
Pamela Caughey 

April 10 & 17, 2021
4:00  6:00 p.m. ET

Tuition: $125 
All Levels

Here is what is included:

  • PDF handouts to accompany instruction
  • Studio Setup – materials, equipment, safety and disposal
  • CWM/Oil “how tos”: Proportions, solvents, mediums
  • Color mixing – Pam will demonstrate the true magic of color mixing to achieve ENDLESS variations of colors – transforming colors you don’t like to colors you DO!
  • Technique: Brayers, silicone tools, drippy paint, monoprint, masking, RF pigment sticks, dry mark making, collage, glazing, etc).

*Special attention will be given to “which techniques to use when” (with accompanying PDF handout). This information is KEY in having success with the techniques you use.

Dos and Don’ts to ensure a strong painting surface.

Q&A at the end of each day. 

  • Participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone. It’s easy! Download here.
  • Participants must have reliable internet access and a computer or phone with sound recording and web-cam capabilities to participate.
  • Students are responsible for supplying workshop materials.
  • Once registered, students will receive a video meeting code along with simple ZOOM instructions.
  • Features live demonstration and the ability to ask Pamela questions. Participants will receive a recorded demonstration to use for up to two weeks.

Pamela Caughey, MFA in Painting and Drawing, University of Montana, 2010

 

Other Teaching:

2019

Miami, FL

Mineral Point, WI

New York City, NY:
Richardson, TX:
Oaxaca City, Mexico

 

2018

Takapuna, New Zealand

Snowhill, MD,

Western Carolina University, NC,

Hamilton, MT

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

 

2017

Mineral Point, WI

Lake Logan, NC

Pleasant View Grange, Boulder CO

Mineral Point, WI

 

2016

Mineral Point, WI

 

University of Montana –  instruction
September 2011-December 2013 – Faculty, Bitterroot College of UMT

COLLECTIONS:

University of Wisconsin – Madison – Biotechnology Building, Ubiquitous, 2019

Nicolaysen Museum, Casper, WY, 2016.

University of Montana, Chemistry Building, “Chem 101”, “Osmosis”, 2015.
Kaiser Permanente, Northern CA, “Ebola”, graphite drawing, 2015.

NIH – Rocky Mountain Laboratories, Hamilton, MT, Microscapes
Missoula Art Museum, Microscapes, handmade book of etchings, 2013.
Holter Museum of Art, Eccentricity, 24×18”, encaustic, 2012.
Montana Museum of Art and Culture: Earth and Sky, 10”x8”, History, 10”x8”, encaustic, 2009.
Montana Museum of Art and Culture; Skaggs Building, “Rock of Ages”,  “Shattered Scape”, 2007.

 

 

 

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