Sunday, January 9, 2011

CHA workshops are filling FAST!!!

With Rheni Tauchid and Julie Bergmann, produce awesome relief textures using just paint and kitchen tools! Use Tri-Art Liquid Acrylics and Mediums to produce a series of simple textures that can turn everyday objects into works of art. If you can spread butter on toast and decorate a cake, this is the workshop for you! Rheni Tauchid, author of The New Acrylics books, brings her Acrylic painting expertise to the craft table. Free Tri-Art sample included!
All materials provided by Jack Richeson & Co.

First workshop of the day! 8-10am Friday, January 28th, 2011


Rheni Tauchid, author of The New Acrylics books demonstrates Indirect Painting With Tri-Art Liquid Acrylics, Acrylic Mediums& Spectral Colour. Print, Stamp, Stick, and Stencil. Using an array of acrylics and mediums to produce incidental and accidental impressions ideal for artist trading cards, scrapbooking and altered books. All products supplied by Jack Richeson & Co.

11:30- - 1:30pm, Friday January 28th, 2011

Julie Bergmann's workshop:

Introducing traditional fine art mediums and materials to craft style artists. Julie invites you to experiment with Tri-Art Acrylics & Shiva Artist’s Paintstiks Oil Paints to achieve effects not obtainable with entry level or bargain priced materials. Participants will create a figure portrait on a 10" x 10" maple panel, transferring the figure template with Richeson Transfer Paper & graphite art pencils. Mixed media elements will be applied to create a unique piece. 

3:00 - 5:00pm, Friday January 28th, 2011

The cap on these workshops is 50, and to date they are now all over 60% full! Only 17 more days to go!  To register, go to this LINK.

This foray into the wild and crazy crafters world should be a ton of fun, so much pretty, and so much inspiration!  As a primarily abstract painter, I find the process of creating workshops that have a very specific focus is a terrific way to bring a bit more discipline to my usually very loose style.  I appreciate the blend of these two not-so-different art worlds.

1 comment:

  1. Acrylic Impressions SOLD OUT.

    Still a bit of room in "What a Relief", and MAYBE a spot or two in "Bridging the Gap".

    It's going to be a madhouse! Bring on the creative mayhem!