The 3D Mixed Media Forms - Sessions 1 and 2 courses are both 4 week courses which can be taken in either order or independently.
The 3D Mixed Media Forms - Session 2
Thursdays, October 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th, 2021 - 10am to 2pm
This course is all about materials and ways to combine them into 3-D objects. The course includes numerous materials, each listed below with links. There's always lots of conversation, sharing and brainstorming along with a Power Point of artists working in exciting ways with 3D and installation. We'll be considering ways to hang the work from the ceiling or attach to a wall etc. During the course, I'll be speaking with each participant individually to flush out ideas and discuss ways of moving forward. This weekly structure allows for dry time and a chance to consider "next moves" and prepare any questions between sessions.
The cost of this course is $595 for In-person participants and $475 for home Zoomers.
Images from previous workshops
Materials we'll be using, with clickable links, are listed below. They are sorted by newly added materials first. These supplies are provided for in-person participants and listed for Zoomers to have on hand:
Supplies for the 3D Mixed Media Forms Session 2 course:
Dye for Fosshape
Wood burning tool to make holes in Dura-lar
Alcohol containers 8oz or 16oz with lids
Supplies for the 3D Mixed Media Forms - Sessions 1 course
Great Stuff or similar
One 5lb Activa Plaster Wrap - Provided for in-person participants or have on hand for home Zoomers
Electric carving knife – optional but good to have – saws through wire - I have one to share - Provided for in-person participants or have on hand for home Zoomers
Needle nose pliers - Provided for in-person participants or have on hand for home Zoomers
Participants are welcome to have additional mixed media elements on hand such as fibers, branches and textiles etc.
It’s smart to wear a mask and gloves for some of these processes and to have good ventilation. A respirator mask is the best protection.
Leibowitz’s work explores the inner workings of consciousness, the transitory nature of thought and the qualities and origin of their deeper essence. She utilizes a variety of materials including Tyvek, Plaster, Vinyl, plastics, foam, wax, pigments, ink, found objects and more.
Her solo exhibitions include No.4 in Brooklyn, NY, The Neon Heater in Findlay, OH, Liliana Bloch Gallery in Dallas, TX, Art Cube Gallery in Laguna Beach, CA, The Museum of Art, Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX, Cohn Drennan Contemporary in Dallas, TX. Her upcoming solo exhibition "Appearances in a Placeless Place" will be at M. David & Co in January 2022.
Her work has been included in numerous group exhibitions including those in Italy, Israel, Brooklyn, Baltimore, Dallas and Art Basel Satellite Art Fair, Miami, Florida.
Leibowitz has participated in residencies with Judy Pfaff and Michael David culminating in group exhibitions in Brooklyn, NY at M. David & Co.
Reviews and interviews of her work have been featured in Art Uncovered podcast with Kimberly Ruth, ATOA with Barry Kostrinsky, Wade College Studio Visits with Jason Reynaga, Art Spiel by Etty Yaniv, Lisa Pressman Blog Interview, The Houston Review by Mathew Mendez, Vassari21 by Ann Landi, Maake Magazine, Pleat, Studio Critical by Valerie Brennan, Curating Contemporary with Brian Edmonds, Mixed Media Tapes with Phillip J. Mellen, Luxe Magazine, Modern Dallas with Todd Camplin, Dallas Morning News with Michael Granberry, Art Funk and Papercity.
Originally from Philadelphia, Leibowitz lives in Dallas TX where she maintains her studio practice.
Bonny Leibowitz Sacred Garden Object 2020 26"x20"x16" wire, plaster, foam, acrylic, tree branches, shellac and faux fur
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3D Mixed Media with Forms Course including numerous materials and with Bonny Leibowitz
This course is limited to 4 in-person participants and 5 home Zoomers
The cost of this workshop:
A. The cost of this workshop is $595 for In-person participants. $100 is non-transferrable, non-refundable.
B. The cost of this workshop is $475 for home Zoomers. $100 is non-transferrable, non-refundable.
To work with me in-between sessions: $100 per hour. Purchase 7 hours or more at a time for $90 per hour.
In the event of cancellation after the workshop is paid in full, $485 for In-person participants or $365 for home Zoomers, will be refunded if notified by 10 days before the workshop. In the Payment section add as the top option: Via PayPal or Credit Card from the dropdown menu below
In the case that the workshop would need to be rescheduled by The Encaustic Center due to Covid concerns, a refund in the amount of $595 for In-person participants and $475 for Zoomers participants will be made if participant is unable to attend the new date. By paying for this workshop, you agree to this policy.
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▪By check to The Encaustic Center, 580 W Arapaho Rd. #271, Richardson, TX, 75080
▪By credit card; call Bonny at 214-405-5993