What would happen if more people used their experiences to create art? And what if they shared in that creation?
This Process Painting + Collaborative Workshop, taught by artist Meredith C. Bullock, explores this question with a collaborative atmosphere, tools and techniques that allow you to focus on the process of painting rather than the result.
You'll learn how to:
-use tools and materials to paint abstractly and for the process
-let go of fears and push against insecurities and limitations while painting
-express yourself in a more emotive, expressive and non-derivative way
-let go of possessing and perfecting your work in order to make a larger, co-created piece
Each student will leave the workshop with a better understanding of the basics of painting, how to create work that's based on experience and collaboration, and with the artwork they created as a beautiful reminder of their experience.
Students are asked to bring in a printed image of a person, place or thing that emotionally moves them. The image will be used for inspiration and not as a piece in the actual painting.
WHEN: September 24th, 2016, 9am - 12pm
WHERE: The Warren - 1002 Fatherland St., Ste. 201, Nashville, TN 37206
INCLUDES: Tools and materials, like brushes, paint and paper are included in the ticket price and some items are yours to keep and take home with you to continue to explore the process of painting.
This workshop was created for anyone curious about painting and for all stages of artist. It's also a great workshop to feel more connected with materials–to create something with your bare hands. No prior experience needed.
Space is limited; ONLY 10 SPOTS AVAILABLE. Advanced registration is required. Ticket sales end on September 8th at midnight CST.
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