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Decollage: Making New Work from Old Material

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Brian will help students to discover and create new works through the process of removal or decollage. Students will bring a favorite book, stack of photos, or other printed materials to dissect, cut, and tear, removing various layers in order to arrive at a new form. The class will reflect on the various interpretations and (more…)

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Structural Slabs: Ways to Build

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Explore possibilities of form, with a focus on slab construction. We’ll pursue idea generation methods, pattern making and support systems for generating slab structures both simple and complex. Plans will be provided for construction of The SlabSlingTM, a device of Lynn’s invention which aids in drying large-scale pieces. Discussions will include the surfaces possible with (more…)

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Game Changing Plein Air

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$300.00 (USD)  

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Gain greater confidence in choosing and composing a plein air scene and mature your ability to paint authentically while exploring the picturesque Grand Marais landscape. Join Krystal and acquire an understanding of the effective use of grisaille and sight size as well as how to incorporate them into a plein air painting. Krystal will also (more…)

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Artist Talk: Writing with Light: From the Darkroom to Etching with the Sun


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Over 40 years ago, Robbie began her journey in art with photography as her medium.  Robbie will share about her path from the darkroom to the world of printmaking, exploring multilayered images she has created through the solarplate intaglio process. This event is free and open to the public, as space allows. No pre-registration is (more…)

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Encaustic with Photo Collage

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General Registration: Tuition: $345 | Supply Fee: $60 $405.00 (USD)  

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Join Jodi for three exciting days combining your photographs as collage with encaustic painting. This process involves inkjet or laser printing photographs on lightweight tissue paper and embedding the image with encaustic medium and paints. A brief history and description of encaustic painting will be discussed, as well as basic supplies and tools, painting techniques, (more…)

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Material and Vision

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General Registration: Tuition: $675 | Supply Fee: $12 $687.00 (USD)  

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Choice of material is intrinsic to an artist’s vision. However, artists often limit their options by defining themselves within a certain medium (painting, photography, sculpture, etc.). This session encourages students to explore and consider alternative materials and mediums, which might better realize the intent of their work. Artists working in any medium are invited to (more…)

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Watercolor from the Beginning

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$290.00 (USD)  

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This course is designed for the beginning watercolorist who wants to learn the fundamentals of the medium. Topics covered will include choosing tools and supplies, brush technique, applying washes, working wet into wet, color mixing and basic color theory, properties of paint, glazing, and creating texture. Students will complete a small painting, but the emphasis (more…)

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Art Journaling Re-invented

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General Registration: Tuition: $125 $125.00 (USD)  

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Rehab an old book by transforming it into a personal piece of art. Supported by instructor prompts, students will build foundation pages; create permissions to self and write a creative manifesto; play and experiment with new materials, techniques and textures; and develop a visual language to honor and express aspects of life through an art (more…)

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Spontaneous Process Painting

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General Registration: Tuition: $250 $250.00 (USD)  

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Supported by writing prompts and instructor guidance, students will discover how creating mixed-media work on one surface reflects their life experience, wisdom, desire, joy, resistance, and their own visual voice. Themes such as mindfulness, acceptance, trust in self, and painting as journey rather than as destination will be woven throughout. The class environment is void (more…)