'Rock' two slow-process crafts in one unique class! Day 1 will concentrate on learning an ancient Korean paper craft to create a 'felted' paper called joomchi. Joomchi utilizes layers of thin hanji papers that, through agitation and manipulation, create a sturdy piece that can be used alone or in other artistic endeavors. One such endeavor will be achieved on Day 2. Taking the previous day's joomchi pieces, you'll use simple hand stitches for mark making, to add found objects, or to stitch several joomchi together for a larger, dramatic piece of finished paper art. (This is not a paper making class.)
Adult: All Levels -
Introductory session, Friday 3/12 at 6pm; Workshop Saturday 3/13, 10am-4pm, and Various
CAM member: $144; Non-member: $180
This one day online workshop will take you through the steps of creating a painting of an eye. We will go over the structure of the eye, creating a 3-dimensional shape on a 2-dimensional surface. We will go over color mixing and special details that make an eye look realistic! I will have an eye photo reference for everyone to use and show you how to get your panels gessoed and ready to paint!
Instructor Amy Gibson grew up in Alliance Ohio and became interested in art at an early age. She started attending semi private painting classes in the fifth grade and continued into high school. Amy received her BFA in 1999 from the University of Akron with a focus on painting. Her work focuses on contemporary portraiture and still life. Amy is best known for her rich color and tonal hyperrealistic portraits that portray the complex human disposition. Her paintings have been in group shows through PoetsArtists/33 Contemporary Gallery/Artsy , The Allied Artists of America, AnArte Gallery and Bold Brush. Amy currently lives in Wilmington, North Carolina.
A zoom link will be provided with registration for the course.
Adult: All Levels -
Saturday March 6, 10am-4pm Various
CAM member: $88; Non-member: $110