Monotype Printing In the Studio and Field – No Press Needed
with John David Wissler
Back by popular demand, John David Wissler‘s (exhibiting artist in Art at Kings Oaks 2018) one-day monotype workshop will take participants out into the landscape at Kings Oaks as they explore the painterly method of hand-pressed monotypes. Using simple materials and tools, join the likes of Degas, Prendergast, and Nelligan, by observing, interpreting, and creating images.
Beginning with an introduction to terms, materials, and methods, participants will quickly move to creating. This workshop is open to all levels of experience.
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Workshop cost: $90 General / $70 Students
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In the fall of 2018, Art at Kings Oaks hosted two workshops and an artist panel discussion in conjunction with the October exhibition.
One-Day Monotype Printing Workshop – No Press Needed
With John David Wissler
October 20, 2018
We will enjoy the history and beauty of the setting at Kings Oaks as we explore the painterly method of hand-pressed monotypes. Using simple materials and tools, we will join the likes of Degas, Prendergast, and Nelligan, interpreting what we see, what we observe, and creating images. Open to everyone.
Two-Day Painted Paper Collage Workshop
With Rotem Amizur
October 13 – 14, 2018
In this workshop, we will explore how to create a feeling of light and composition through paper. Even if you have never collaged, after “seeing” with collage, you come back to regular studio practice in a new and fresh way. Collage stimulates us to realize shape and color as one, to reference Matisse who said he was drawing as he cut through his colored paper.
Artists in Conversation Panel Discussion
October 21, 2018
Art at Kings Oaks’ 2018 exhibition closing-day panel discussion featured 2018 artists Linda Brenner, Martina Johnson-Allen, Aubrey Levinthal, Ron Prigat, and Robert Winokur, with Stuart Shils (Art at Kings Oaks 2017) facilitating. Attended by over 50 guests and live-streamed to an online audience, this conversation explored the inner life of the artist in the studio and the challenges of balancing public perception with making.