In this reflective workshop, students will move between the classroom and the shoreline at the Grand Marais Harbor, sourcing Lake Superior water and sediment for abstract painting. At the shoreline, students will learn to honor the water and gather materials with respect. Back in the classroom, students will practice a blend of brush-painting and pouring on canvases to express the mood of the lake. Class content will also include meditation, group discussion, and personal writing.
This class is part of The Water Cycle Residency, September 7 – 13, a week-long exploration of the nature of water and how it inspires, informs, and challenges artistic endeavors.
The Water Cycle Artists-in-Residence:
All artists-in-residence will offer a half-day class as well as participate in a final panel discussion, September 12 at 7 pm.
Registration for this class will remain open until September 7, 2019. Please register before this date.
- September 10, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm