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Hi friends, 2022 has been an amazing year of One on Ones with so much great work being made and exhibited! It's been a phenomenal experience and I'm ready to make 2023 even more robust! Let's make this happen - for YOU! I'd like to plan a no charge Zoom session with you so we can brainstorm direction and plan for art making, consultations, building a body of work and or exhibitions together.
One on One sessions can be 2D or 3D processes and / or consultation based - Zoom, In-person and or Local Studio Visit options.
See just some of the many supplies and processes below. We can also dive into abstraction, composition, exhibition brainstorming and preparation, installation, Photoshop, website review, gallery hopping, social media, exhibition submissions and more.
I work with artists in numerous ways to fit their schedules and needs;
Choose a few hours, a few days and or monthly meetings – all flexible as schedules allow.
Set up a free Zoom brainstorming session - tons of fun as I focus on you and your work and we come up with exciting ways to explore the possibilities.
The sessions have been amazing and I'm honored to assist you! Please be in touch! If you haven't had a chance to look, see the pics from the One on One exhibitions here and I look forward to having shows again!
Bonny at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-405-5993
Pricing and payment options below
Monotypes are an original printmaking process of laying down your paint, in this case on a heated surface with encaustic paint, and then gently laying the paper down to pick up the beautiful image. You can then work back into it with more layers of encaustic paint, watercolors and or inks. You can also cut or tear the paper to collage into other works. This is so much fun - a loose and freeing process. No encaustic painting experience required, let just go for it!
Bonny Leibowitz, Encaustic Monotype on Masa paper
Bonny Leibowitz, Encaustic Monotype on Masa paper
Jeanne Neal and Pilar Uribe doing monotypes
Interested in creating your personal color palette? This can happen in oils, acrylics or encaustic but here I'm showing some encaustic colors mixed from a variety of mixed encaustic paints and added powdered pigments then poured into a silicone bake pans for easy release. These can now be used for monotypes or painting on boards. Such a great exploration in personalizing your work with nuanced colors.
Enjoy the beauty, fun and versatility in working with Tyvek. We'll be ironing, inking and optionally using acrylics as well, then thinking about ways to attach and build forms. The color and form possibilities are endless .. let's see where your color palette takes you!
Bonny Leibowitz, Not This Not That
Bonny Leibowitz, Not This Not That detail
Explore materials and ways to combine them into 3-D objects. We'll be building forms with wire, plaster, acrylic, a spray foam and a two-part foam and or encaustic in various combinations with found objects and other optional materials. Included is my Power Point presentation of artists working today with various materials and installations in exciting ways. We will also look at various options hanging the work. The work can be quite small or large... anything goes!
Bonny Leibowitz, Be Longing 2021 24"x24"x15" wire, plaster, foam, encaustic, acrylic, mulberry bark and Tyvek
Bonny Leibowitz, The Heart
In these sessions we'll be using a material called Wonderflex which we'll heat and form to itself. The material hardens into shape as it cools! It can be painted as well. GREAT fun!
Bonny Leibowitz, Phantom Wing, 2020, Wonderflex, 30"x12"x5"
Bonny Leibowitz, Semi Detached
Fosshape is a unique material which you can dye, cut and heat to form semi rigid objects. You can paint the material and or sew or adhere various textiles as well. It's amazing to work with - come explore the MANY possibilities!
Bonny Leibowitz, Yes, I'm Perfectly Safe 2017 15" x 16" x 2" dyed, semi-rigid Fosshape
Crumpled 2016 10"x15"x12" vintage textiles from India, stretch vinyl and acrylic on Fosshape
Dive into a multitude of processes utilizing Alcohol Inks, Brusho Colors, ArtGraf, Watercolor, Acrylic and Oils, on Yupo, Translucent Yupo, Ampersand Claybord and Cradled Birch Boards along with some Collage work, as well. This multilayered approach allows the artist more flexibility and options to best retain previous layers and build on their qualities. Working with these various water, alcohol and oil based materials in various succession is key to achieving these nuances with depth, line and light.
Bonny Leibowitz - Landscape - ArtGraf Viarco Pigmented Tailor Chalk on Yupo
Bonny Leibowitz, Below Above, 2021, 9"x12"x1" ArtGraf, ink and watercolor on Yupo
Explore the elements of composition, color, molding paste textures, washes, splashes, opacity, form, line and so much more. This session includes a PDF on abstraction and exercises to help develop your personal vision.
Bonny Leibowitz - Oil (demo)
Bonny Leibowitz - Painting on textured surface using palette knife - can be done with acrylic or oils
In this session we'll be manipulating inks with various tools to create transparent overlays, utilizing the natural reactions of ink on Yupo to lead the way. The paper can then be cut to collage - or mounted on a cradled board as shown here on these 36 x 36 inch pieces. A beautiful and fun process.
One on One with Mary O'Neal - inks and Brusho on Yupo, 36x36 on cradled board
One on One with Beth Maultsby - inks and Brusho on Yupo, on cradled board
Explore Smooth surfaces, Texture, Incising, Excavating Shapes, Stencils, Pigment Sticks, Using a torch, Loop tools, Iron and / or any combination!
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Bonny Leibowitz, Hints, 30"x30", encaustic wax and oil pigment
In this session, we'll be mixing paints on a palette and using pigment sticks along with various natural brushes to work with the figure. You'll be invited to work from photography, drawing and / or imagination. Alternatively, we can work from a model and do figure monotypes.
In this session, I'll be sharing the best paper I've found for printing, which also receives encaustic wax really well, along with various techniques for collage. We'll work with pigment sticks, ink and paint to enhance the image. We can also do a pour and ways of scaling up for larger works.
Bonny Leibowitz - Engage, 2012 30x30 photography, encaustic wax and pigment
Bonny Leibowitz, The QUESTion, 2012, 46x46, photography, encaustic wax monotype on kozo and pigment
Explore the elements of composition, color, washes, splashes, opacity, form, line and so much more. Yes, you can splash encaustic paint (... carefully :) )! This session includes a PDF on abstraction and exercises to help develop your personal vision.
Bonny Leibowitz, A Thousand Pieces Deep, 2020, 42"x31"x1" monotype, encaustic paint and pigment on cradled board
Bonny Leibowitz, Nature of the Beast
Bonny Leibowitz, "Subsurface" 2010 30x30 bark, seeds, roots, rice wax and pigment on cradled birch board
Bonny Leibowitz, "Suspension" 2011, 30x30 encaustic wax, silk and pigment on cradled birch board
In this session, well be using gouache, acrylic, speedball inks, alcohol inks and various papers and collage processes to create dynamic layered compositions.
Bonny Leibowitz - acrylic, alcohol inks, various papers, collage, speedball ink (demo)
Consultation Sessions can cover a broad range of topics. We'll customize your consultation session(s) to meet your needs. You can bring work to the studio, I can come to your studio, or we can Zoom.
Options we'll customize to your areas of interest, in any combination:
Links to references and materials and a short summary and overview will be sent to you after our session.
Brainstorming and planning for your sessions usually done via Zoom: no charge - reach out to plan and book your sessions.
Sessions can be broken up into various days / weeks. Times and days are flexible - including some evening hours.
$100 per hour - Book eight hours or more at $90 per hour.
Supply fees if using my supplies: (if you are bringing some of your supplies, we can adjust accordingly)
Encaustic Monotypes using my paint and paper – $10 per hour
Supplies included: A variety of papers in various sizes, including some large sheets: Masa, Mulberry, Kozo, Hanji, BFK and paints includingR&F, Enkaustikos and Bonny's special custom colors with mixtures of R&F, powdered pigments and Enkaustikos paint in large bars for monotyping
Working from a life model - with Encaustic Monotypes, Drawing or Painting – model fee: $20 per hour
3-D sessions using my supplies $10 per hour
Supplies included: Any variety of Tyvek, Dura-lar, 2 part foam, spray foam, acrylic, wire, plaster, encaustic, latex, wonderflex, Fosshape and more
2-D sessions using my supplies $5 per hour
Supplies included: Any combination of Yupo, inks, watercolor, acrylic, oils, Brusho, cold wax, paper and more
Encaustic Color mixing: priced according to paints used
Local Sessions and Consultations at your location: $100 per hour
$95 per hour - Book eight hours or more at $90 per hour.
Contact Bonny at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-405-5993 to discuss and schedule your sessions.
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By check to Bonny Leibowitz, 580 W Arapaho Rd. #262, Richardson, TX, 75080
By credit card; call Bonny at 214-405-5993
By cash at The Bonny Studio or The Encaustic Center, please call or email Bonny to schedule a time: email@example.com or 214-405-5993