At “Art Club” at Portage Senior Center we’ve decided that we all need practice at sketching. We did just simple shapes last week, and this week had a set-up which is interesting. None of us got it anywhere near finished. So, I’ll just post the setup now and later the results.
This is a middle view that I saw from my seat around the table. The grapes were real, but I’m going to change the time on the clock in my drawing.
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My challenge and theme for this workshop was CONSTRAINTS and how they may make your painting freer and more imaginative.
Had wonderful weather for my workshop this year, although the last day was rainy at times. We covered lots of topics: some new pour techniques, making collage papers, monoprinting for texture background and spraying oil type paints over wet paper using leaves/flowers as templates,
For my major project this year, I gave each artist a box of found objects, papers, etc, that they were to use at least 6 of them, in any number of paintings using an image I supplied for inspiration. Of course, the images were all very abstract and some just highlights and shadows of unrecognizable objects. This was a very difficult project this year.
Here are some pictures taken during the workshop. Many keepers in the mix