Get ready to explore the exciting and invigorating world of experimental art in this 4-session course. Learn how to create a variety of marbled and textural effects to use alone or incorporate into other works of art. We will use acrylic mediums, resins, Jacquard’s Marbling Color, and Jacquard’s Piñata Alcohol Inks. This is mixed media at its best!
Batik is a textile technique originating in Indonesia. It involves applying wax to fabric to create a pattern which resists the dye in the coloring process. The tools and methods of batik are very adaptable to painting with encaustic. This 2-day workshop will explore traditional batik on fabric with the intention of incorporating the fabrics into encaustic painting (featuring waxes by Jacquard). We will also explore how these traditional techniques can be adapted to be used in a contemporary way as participants will be encouraged to explore their own interests in mark-making and pattern. This class is intended for those with working experience of encaustic at an intermediate or advanced level.
March 16-17, 2019 (2-day workshop, 10am-4pm each day)
Atelier One Studios #8, Graton, CA
Fee: $350 + $25 materials fee.
Instructor: Susan Stover
Whether you work intuitively or with fully formed ideas, this workshop will explore the threads
that run through our work, what drives us to create, what draws us to work with certain materials, and how we can hone our skills to complete our best work. We will share our explorations into materials,ideas and what inspires our practices with the goal to further individual directions. Participants can expect demonstrations, studio time, exercises, short presentations and individual feedback to round out days of deep exploration in encaustic and mixed media (featuring waxes by Jacquard). Topics to include: developing your color palette, finding your passion, expanding your ideas, technique refinement, design fundamentals, the language of materials, and pitfalls of mediums.
Atelier One Studios #8, Graton, CA
April 5-7, 2019 (3-day workshop; 10a-4p each day)
Fee: $525 (includes most materials).
Instructor: Susan Stover
Artists have been using wood as a sculptural material for thousands of years and wood continues to be used as a versatile material by contemporary artists today. We will explore how wooden structures are assembled and will use encaustic paint in conjunction with wood to realize each artist’s personal vision. Wood manipulation, assembling techniques, and finishing ideas will be covered in the class as well as how wax can be used to add subtle and bold color statements. Encaustic techniques exploring glazing and pouring will be covered. The class will look at contemporary artists working sculpturally in wood. While much technical information is covered in the class the major emphasis in the class is on each artists personal vision and what they are communicating. The class will include several PowerPoint presentations. No experience is required for taking the class.
Fee: $600 + $40 materials.
May 3-5, 2019 (3-day workshop; 10am-4pm each day)
Guest Instructor: Jeff Hirst
Immerse yourself in a 2 day, all Inclusive basketry workshop (held 10am-6pm both days)
Are you new to basket making or always wanted to take a workshop? Come cut your teeth on a challenging and rewarding beginning basket. Made baskets in the past? Come brush up on your skills and learn some new techniques and perspectives about basket making. Students will learn the twining technique, the fundamentals of materials selection, basket shaping, and the importance of tension while making an approximate 15" diameter x 3" tall basket.
Baskets will be made from multiple diameters of round reed which lend textural interest. The split spoke and twined construction of this basket base will boast a colorful spiral pattern. There will be vibrant colors to choose from for the basket base as well as black and brown round reed for those with a more subdued palette. All round reed will be pre-dyed (with Jacquard Basic Dyes) and prepared for this specific project.
Requirements: age 18+; hand strength required.
Cost: $300 (2-day workshop, 10am-6pm each day)
Click here for more information or call (707) 242-3400.
Create an alcohol ink Valentine at your local Blick store February 9th from 1-3 PM! See the effects of Jacquard’s Piñata Alcohol Inks on YUPO Watercolor Paper, and get inspired to make a painting of your own!
WHEN: Saturday, February 9th, 1-3 PM (local time for your store location).
WHERE: All Blick store locations (except for campus stores).
Locate your nearest Blick store: http://ow.ly/IqJz30ns8w1
Participation is FREE! Pre-registration is not required; first come, first served.
Come and visit Jacquard at Stand A20 in Hall 4.2 at Creativeworld, an unrivalled blend of business, trends and workshops!
This workshop will discuss the variety of uses for cold wax and students will experiment with using it as an alternative to encaustic painting, using Dorland’s Wax by Jacquard, a buttery resin based medium that offers an encaustic look without the heat and equipment required for wax painting.
A fun, exciting way to learn about how to dye natural fibers, using Jacquard’s Procion MX dyes: a professional, cold water, fiber reactive dye that gives professional results. Participants will bind and design fabrics creating unique pieces and unfold their own creativity.
The fabulous Sarah Stackley of High Five Henna will demo and explain the basics of Jaqua and Henna, show how to mix Henna and Jaqua so you get the best results, share tips on using the bottle and more. There will be worksheets, so you can practice traditional designs and time for Q+A.
Please register by calling 651-698-6431 or CLICK HERE to visit Wet Paint's website.
What better way to celebrate art at Christmas time than this FREE workshop, featuring Jacquard Products!
Artist: Shar Sosh
Location: i.d. art Supply Store and Custom Framing - Coral Gables, FL
Explore a variety of methods to print and transfer images to surfaces such as fine art watercolour, canvas, and pastel papers, wood, fabric, tile, glass, metal, and transparencies.
Learn techniques to print, colour, distress, and alter photos, so they possess the magical qualities of both photo and fine art.