In this 5+ hour workshop from Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn, we learn to look -- becoming aware of what attracts us, record -- collecting ideas for later development, and finally draw -- developing what we saw and recorded into finished drawings and illustrations. We explore many techniques including drawing, painting, collage and making marks. As Jan and Jean love…
Patti Medaris Culea explores the basics to more advanced methods of drawing, coloring, blending, sculpting and ultimately removing and adding a face to a variety of paper, fabric, cloth doll and plastic doll surfaces.
In Silk Painting for Fine Artists, Master Silk Painting Artist Natasha Foucault combines her love of travel, photography, teaching and fine art as she creates fine art silk paintings. Seascapes, cityscapes, landscapes and still life are covered in this colorfully rich workshop from Galli Publishing.
Susan Purney Mark explores Soy Wax as a resist for batik, silk screening, shibori, mark making and many other imaginative ways. Includes lots of ideas on how to create print tables and charts, journals and explore soy wax in a variety of manners.
Daniella Woolf provides the encaustic artist with ideas on how to get started doing a lot more with considerably less. Less can mean using fewer materials, but can also mean creating a 'container' of limited items to explore in many different ways. A wonderful workshop full of new techniques, developing your work practice, and producing a masterful series of art.
In this streaming and download version of the popular book + DVD, "Thermofax Printing: Bringing Personal Imagery Alive", Claire Benn and Leslie Morgan explore how to make the most of Thermofax Screens in textile surface design work. Claire and Leslie provide hundreds of images, dozens of techniques and recipes and hours of video tutorials and inspiration along the way.