Friday, January 28th, Saturday, January 29th and Sunday January 30th - 2022
10:00 to 4:00 each day
$575.00 All supplies included...and there are tons of supplies!
Zoom $475 Supply links below
This process oriented workshop will focus on a variety of techniques and materials which can layer with one another allowing for an intuitive, spontaneous way of creating. Participants will come away with a working knowledge of a wide range of materials and their use. We will also be looking at color, composition and texture as I guide you through a series of demos and one-on-one time with you and your work. Come enjoy engaging this exciting exploration with curiosity, the joy of experimentation and see how creating in the NOW can enhance your current practice and become the inspiration for new ideas.
Each participant will receive valuable feedback on their pieces including how to incorporate some of the Mixed Media processes into their ongoing body of work. We'll discuss various and inventive ways to hang the work as well. I'll be showing a PowerPoint for this including artists who do unusual installations. We'll also delve into what's most important to you in your work and creative process.... and how to build on those concepts moving forward into creating a series. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and will benefit from these mind expanding talks!
Bonny Leibowitz, This Is A Mountain This Is Not A Mountain, 2017, 48" x 28", ink, yupo, wax, pigmen
All supplies included for in-person participants. Links are provided for home Zoomers and anyone wanting to order additional materials. You are welcome to bring papers, vintage ephemera, book pages, printouts or thin textiles etc you might like to use.
Some materials and techniques we will be utilizing:
It will be a fantastic experience creating and getting to know one another even better! To see more pics from previous BIG Mixed Media workshops, click here
Acrylic sheet to monotype with
Thank you for being part of the journey and exploring new ideas! Bonny
Due to the abundance of materials and work space needed, there is a 12 person limit.
Cost and payment:
In-person: $575.00 All supplies included
Home Zoomers: $475
$100.00 is non-refundable and non-transferable. Because we are so close to the workshop date, the amount is due in full.
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▪By check to The Encaustic Center, 580 W Arapaho Rd. #271, Richardson, TX, 75080
In the event of cancellation, after the workshop is paid in full, $475.00 for In-person participants and $375 for Home Zoomers will be refunded up till January 18th. No refunds after January 18th.
Please let me know right away if you would like to join in and I will confirm space availability. Spaces fill up quickly! email@example.com
Thank you again for such a well-planned, fun, informative, imaginative, and challenging workshop. I just loved listening to you critiques from 1-1 to group. I admire your integration of class and artistic career. I look forward to more opportunities to tap into your resourcefulness!
I have recently been experiencing all parts of my life open up, including my relationship with art. this workshop would help me loosen up even more and I wasn't disappointed! Bonny was wonderful in all aspects of the workshop. First, our time was exquisitely planned. She had all of the supplies we needed to learn all sorts of new techniques and create some beautiful art. She had every minute planned and motivated us to move and take action where we might have been reticent in the past. The work each day built on subsequent work and the whole 3 days came together very nicely. Although it wasn't the goal, I walked away with some beautiful pieces. The 12 of us who participated in the workshop bonded and had a wonderful 3 days!
It was a wonderful workshop!
This is a really BIG MiXED MEDiA workshop! Lots of new products to experiment with along with introduction to new processes. Bonny organized the workshop so well, great demos with examples, and lots of time to play. The time flew and I came away with lots of new ideas to expand my work. Didn't know work could be so much fun!