Alcohol Inks on Claybord with RESIN Saturday Sept 15

Alcohol Inks on Claybord with RESIN Saturday Sept 15

175.00

Welcome to the alluring world of alcohol inks and RESIN! In this workshop in my Georgetown, Seattle studio you will learn how to use alcohol inks on claybord and then finish them with a shiny layer of Resin. There will be a short tutorial and review of all materials and safety procedures prior to starting. This workshop requires pickup of your art piece after 48 hours arranged on the day of the workshop with the instructor.

Whats included:

Alcohol inks, one 12x12 3/4” claybord, practice materials, art resin and everything need to create your art piece including encouraging instruction, light appetizers and beverages. This is a beginner through intermediate class.

*You may purchase extra claybords and resin during the class as time allows.

*This workshop counts toward the Emerging Artist Student Art Exhibit

Where:

Kiplee Art Studio One A - 5519 Airport Way S. Seattle, WA 98108

There is a parking lot.

When:

Saturday Sep 15, 2018

10am-1pm

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Emerging Artist Student Spring Exhibit.  Beginning this fall students will have the opportunity to learn all that I am learning and continue to learn and use it to develop their own unique style.   I believe in empowering others to find their art "voice".  I am offering a student art exhibit that will be held next spring in May-early June.  To be included the interested student must meet the following criteria:

1. Be enrolled in 1+ of my workshops per month so that we can build skils, practice and I can encourage you. 

2. Create art outside of my art studio workshops and have the work reviewed by me. This is an important way to build confidence and discover new paths of art. You'll be required to bring samples of your work to "open paint" drop in days/evenings for review and you can work on them in my studio. 

3. Participate in volunteer efforts in your own community of arts.  It is important that we give back.  Schools, art centers, churches, community and senior centers LOVE volunteers.  I do it and I want you to as well.  It will give you back ten fold what you give out. 

4.  At the end of April I will begin accepting art submissions.   I will review submissions from students and jury 1-3 works of art from each student that enters to be in the Emerging Artist Student Spring Exhibit.  During the one day exhibit you will have the opportunity to invite your family and friends and have the art available for sale.  I will retain a 20% commission and 80% will go to the artist. This will also teach you about pricing your art and the world of art contests and gallery submissions. 

 

Lets art the world together <3