Join Carole Hallman in the dye lab to transform fabric. Look through your wardrobe and choose a couple pieces that you would like see transformed by color. Carole will be ready with design ideas, shibori techniques and color choices.
Open Dye Lab Studio
2nd Tuesdays of the month from 6 to 9pm
Pre registration is required.
$40.00 a person
Dyeing to Get Out private gatherings.
$40.00 a person
Fiber content matters! Natural fabrics are the best. Avoid bringing synthetics. The first step in the dyeing process is determining the fiber and then we can proceed with the appropriate dye precess.
Cotton, linen, hemp, silk dye together one way and wool, nylon, and silk can dye together with a heat set process.
For more information contact email@example.com
Come join Michele for some plein air adventure. There is unpredictable weather and unpredictable surprises! You will venture to a new landscape each session which will provide new opportunities. What Michele loves about plein air painting is taking in the sights, sounds, smells, and the challenge to capture the light and sense of time/place. Nature is the best teacher for learning to see and understand landscape. Learning in nature makes for better studio paintings! She will teach you what she’s learned from different teachers and personal experience.
Michele will demo and offer individual help. She will help equip you with the tools needed to paint outside. In all sessions the elements that make a good painting will be emphasized.
*If there is bad weather Michele will have the class in her studio, in the Northrup King Building.
Classes begin in June 4th – check Michele’s website for times and locations.
Louise Gillis is teaching in Gallery 389 on Monday mornings 9:30-12:30 and Saturday afternoons 12:30-3:30
Louise is a classically trained artist with over 25 years of teaching experience in drawing and painting in all mediums. This class accommodates all levels of skill and experience. Learn the fundamentals – good draftsmanship, color, mixing of colors, value and design. Choose your medium – graphite, watercolor or oil. Lots of individual attention in a warm inviting creative atmosphere!
Check out her web site at: www.louisegillis.com
Any questions or to sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org
ART IMMERSION CLASSES
During class: Work at your own pace on your own projects. Use Watercolor, Acrylic, Pastels, Casein, Ink, Oil (water-miscible or odorless solvents). Instructor assistance and demos provided. Learn more about: color, line, values, products, perspective, composition, design & lots of techniques! The fee is $30 per session. Come for one or both the same day.
Monday, December 29, 10-1 PM Wednesday, December 31: 10-1 PM
Saturday, December 27: 9-12 Noon and/or 1-4 PM
Mondays, January 12 & January 26: 10-1 PM
Wednesdays, January 14 & January 28: 11-2 PM
Please email Susan to register or call 651-353-5045. Small Classes – Maximum 6 participants. PLEASE LET HER KNOW YOU ARE COMING.
Michele will share the lessons she has learned during her artistic development through painting exercises and discussions. You will explore your personal vision, in your art while building practical painting skills. The elements that make a painting (line, shape, color, value, edge, and texture) are constant. Deepening your understanding of these will increase your ability to build stronger paintings. Michele will help you learn and expand your knowledge to become a successful landscape painter.
Bring pictures of scenes you would like to turn into a painting to the first class or a small prochade (painting) you would like to turn into a larger painting. You will begin by exploring and establishing good composition. Through the use of pencil sketches, a black and white value study, and a color study you will establish a plan to create your painting. Michele will provide examples, demos, and individual help.
Increasing your artistic growth is always Michele’s goal, regardless of how long you have been painting.
Saturdays, 10 – 1 pm
3 classes for $85.00, 1 class for $30.00
Layers 3 Day Oil & Cold Wax Workshop – exploring abstract painting with oil paints and cold wax medium with James Edward Scherbarth.
In this 3 day workshop participants will learn the process of building abstractions by means of layering and utilizing cold wax medium, tube oils, pigment sticks, powdered pigments and a variety of implements. Students will explore new ways to create textures, color fields and mark making. Utilizing various tools and techniques we will “push the limits” of our mediums and welcome the surprises along the way deciding what works and what does not. This workshop is well suited for those who have had some prior painting experience and who enjoy the sharing, flexibility & happenstance of a group environment! The workshop focuses on the process itself – on the possibilities of that process and how it can be incorporated in your individual artistic practice.
Once comfortable with the basic techniques we start to look at form and content, deliberate and accidental mark making, starting points, titling of work, working in series all within the discussion of process/passion/purpose. Technique demonstrations combined with student experimentation, group discussions and printed resources makes this a liberating experience which will enhance your appreciation for the content and meaning within abstraction.
Weekend Workshops held on Friday – Saturday – Sunday in Layers Art Studio 339, 1500 Jackson Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413
See website: http://www.jamesedwardscherbarth.com for Current Workshop Schedule & Information on Individual/One Day Sessions
Sheryl is excited to announce a change in her mosaic classes!
Now you can choose which project you want to do:
They will meet together the same weekend!
Saturday, March 14th and Sunday, March 15th
Saturday, April 11th and Sunday, April 12th
So you can come with a friend, they do one project, you do the other!
Sheryl’s tile-making class is completely one on one for now! Personal instruction, inspiration, we meet according to our schedules and create your tiles!
Bring your friends and up-cycle your old sweaters with a three hour dye lab party. You will be taught different techniques and the dye will be provided. At the end of the night you will go home with a new piece of clothing for your wardrobe.
Types of clothing to bring include:Wool Sweater – can have 20-30% nylon – Not a dark color Silk blouse or sweater Wool hats, mittens or scarves
You may bring refreshments and snacks to enjoy while your clothing is in the dye pot.
Cost: $38 per person for a 3 hour class.
Location: Studio 143
Instructors: Carole Hallman or Pam Ziegenhagen
If you always wanted to paint but didn’t know where to start this class is for you. You will explore paint application, composition, values, and color through a series of exercises. Michele will help you understand the basics of picture making. Then she will guide you through steps to paint your own landscape. A supply list will be provided upon registration.
Location: Studio 391
To be scheduled – check website for dates and times in 2015 at http://www.michelecombs.com (classes are to be scheduled this coming fall)
Everyone will work on their own project with assistance from Susan.Susan will assist you in your artistic journey from concept through completion. She will help with:
o Your goal (perhaps it is to paint the inside of a flower similar to what Georgia O’Keeffe painted)
o In determining the medium, surface and tools that will work the best
o By providing demos, books, articles, links on the internet and critiques
o Options for how best to present your finished piece.
Requirements for Participation:
o Can join the immersion sessions at any time
o Participants who have never attended class are requested to meet with Susan for a one-hour private session ($45) prior to joining class
o No experience necessary
o Let Susan know you will be attending a session (limited to six participants)
o Attend as many sessions as you would like
o Determine what you want to paint or draw
o Compile inspiration materials: photos, clippings, websites, …..
o Bring any supplies you might want to use or purchase @ Susan’s Art Supply Store
o Make a commitment to your project
Mondays, June 1, 15 & 29: 10-1 PM
Wednesdays, June 3, 17 & July 1: 11-1 PM
Saturdays, June 6, June 13, June 20 & June 27 : 9-12 Noon and/or 1-4 PM
Saturday Art Immersion has been incorporated into Saturday workshop
Classroom seats are reserved for AI painters. 9-12 and or 1-4 PM
Location: Susan Fryer Voigt Gallery – Dock 5/Studio 184
Price: Price per three-hour group session: $30
Contact: Susan Fryer Voigt at (651) 353-5045
For The Jeweled Mosaic Ornament Class, instructor Sharra Frank literally records herself, step by step, as she made two ornaments. Then she went back and voiced over exactly what she was doing, what tools she was using, what materials she’s using, and why. Sharra went step by step from preparing her base to designing her ornaments, adding tesserae, grouting and finishing each piece.
The on-line class is designed just like her studio classes. It’s a two to three day project. The video also gives you new tools, techniques and skills that you can apply to any mosaic project you might be inspired to try. And since it’s an online course you can access these materials again and again. Try different styles, designs and techniques with each new piece. Quite a few of the things that Sharra is going to show you in this class are what she considers to be true “trade secrets” including what adhesive she uses for three-dimensional surfaces to prevent tesserae from sliding, beading techniques that I incorporated in these ornaments, and a whole lot more.
In fact, the course includes twelve separate short videos, each of which will give you ideas, materials, tools, tips, tricks and techniques to apply to your next mosaic project.
Here’s an outline of this course.
Video 1: Introduction: Tools & Materials, Mosaicking Your Piece, Grouting & Finishing Your Piece
Video 2: Ornament Base: Materials, shapes and sizes to use for your base
Video 3: Ornament Hanger: Adding a hanger to your base
Video 4: Tesserae: Materials to use on your ornament
Video 5: Adhesive: This is a real “secret” I’ve kept for the past ten years, the “secret adhesive” I use on three dimensional surfaces
Video 6: Applying Tesserae: How to mosaic your ornament
Video 7: Finishing Tesserae: How to add the finishing touches to your mosaic
Video 8: Introducing Grout: What you need to grout the right way
Video 9: Preparing to Grout: How to prepare to grout a delicate piece
Video 10: Grouting: How to grout your jeweled ornament
Video 11: Cleaning Your Grout: Revealing your true mosaic
Video 12: Finishing Polish: How to make your piece shine!
By registering for this class you’ll receive one year of unlimited access so you can watch it again and again and apply different tips, techniques and styles to each new piece. The regular price for this class will be $150 but Sharra is offering an introductory price of $99 if you register by January 1, 2013.
Register on-line at www.sharramosaicsecrets.com
Digital Photo Academy is a year-round program offering Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced photography classes as well as Composition and Photoshop/NIK.
Instructor: Anthony (Tony) Schreck
Location: Studio 258
Dates and Times: Varies / year-round offerings
Cost: Varies depending on class
Register: Go to http://www.digitalphotoacademy.com and click on Minneapolis
Numerous classes are available including classical carving basics, veneering, upholstery and hand cut dovetail joinery. Learn from these award winning instructors including Mark Laub, Tom Schrunk, Rose Liefeld Brennan, Frank Grant and Will Fifer. Register at http://www.blueskygalleries.com. All classes are held at Blue Sky Galleries, Studio 295 at the Northrup King Building.