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Metal Casting with Recyclable Molds


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Explore making small cast bronze sculptures using ancient methods and learn to mold small wax patterns with clay and other natural materials following Indian, African, Meso-American, and Japanese techniques. The molds will be fired with charcoal and cast in bronze. Students can expect to make two or three small works and develop sculptural skills, including (more…)

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Any and All Things Acrylic


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Spend three full days exploring different Golden Acrylics paint formulas and some of the amazing techniques possible when mixing the paints with acrylic gels, mediums, and molding pastes. Build texture, create glazes, make acrylic skins, drip and brush out paint, and apply gorgeous grounds for new surfaces to work on. Students will see their paintings (more…)

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Blown Glass Ornaments


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Learn basic glass blowing skills using a Hot Head torch, glass cylinders, and colored glass to create four 2 x 3-inch glass orbs. The blowpipe can also be left on, making plant waterers for potted plants. This is a great introduction to working with glass in a small torch flame. View supply list here. Registration (more…)

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Transfer Images, Mixed-media, and Collage


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Students will start by transferring printed images into wet acrylic materials and then move on to incorporate mixed-media painting techniques, in the end, creating pieces loaded with color, texture, and patterns. Bonnie will teach the class to make acrylic skins and apply them as collage elements as well as add texture with acrylic gels and (more…)

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One of a Kind: Monoprints


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Monoprinting is a versatile art medium, bringing together drawing, painting, and printmaking. Andy will guide students through the technical methods as well as tap into the creative options that monoprinting offers. Students will have the opportunity to work with the Art Colony’s professional printmaking equipment, and everyone will further develop their artistic voice along while (more…)

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Blown Glass Ornaments


Instructor(s):

Learn basic glass blowing skills using a Hot Head torch, glass cylinders, and colored glass to create four 2 x 3-inch glass orbs. The blowpipe can also be left on, making plant waterers for potted plants. This is a great introduction to working with glass in a small torch flame. View supply list here. Registration (more…)

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Artist Mentorship l


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Artists will work in their medium of choice to deepen their current art practice or experiment with new ideas and materials to inform their process. Lynn will facilitate one-to-one mentorship and provide supportive individual and group dialogue and critical response. Participants are asked to develop three work-related questions or goals that they want to explore (more…)

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Hybrid Processes in Printmaking: Mixing Woodcut and Drypoint


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Merge relief and intaglio printmaking techniques to expand the vocabulary of your prints. Produce a varied edition of woodcut and copper drypoint while learning methods for tarlatan-making, grid-system image transfer, drypoint, burnishing, carving, inking, registration, image transfer from copper to wood, proofing, and printing. View supply list here. Registration for this class will remain open (more…)