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EXPLORING FROM WITHIN.  3 Day Mixed Media Workshop--July 19, 20, 21

Workshops

Our In-Studio Abstract Art Workshops and Interactive Live Online workshops are designed to uniquely advance the participant in his/her own Studio Practice. Collaborative team teaching and small classes provide knowledge, demonstrations, and experiential learning from skilled professionals with exceptional one-on-one mentoring and supportive critiques.

EXPLORING FROM WITHIN. 3 Day Mixed Media Workshop--July 19, 20, 21

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EXPLORING FROM WITHIN. 3 Day Mixed Media Workshop--July 19, 20, 21

775.00

Cost $775

Cancellation Policy: Full rfund -$75 if cancelled 60 days or more in advance, 1/2 refund -$75 if cancelled 30 days in advance. No refund if cancelled less than 30 days before workshop. To obtain refund email Suzanne at ljsjacquot@gmail.com.

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EXPLORING FROM WITHIN
3 DAY ABSTRACT MIXED MEDIA WORKSHOP
EMPHASIS ON COLLAGE

JULY 19, 20, 21 FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
STUDIO OPEN 9AM - 5PM
INSTRUCTION 10AM - 4PM
STUDIO4404, 4404 ROSS RD, SEBASTOPOL, CA 95472

MICHAEL CUTLIP AND SUZANNE JACQUOT

1) Grow your art and soar to new heights working with multiple media.

2) Learn steps to let go of the fear "ALL" artists have at one point or another.

3) Learn to scale up with your work.

4) How to prep your wood panel

5) Learn the craft of collage: how to glue down paper and other media using acrylic mediums. The goal is to get it down nice and flat...no bubbles!

6) How to create an image transfer (Xerox transfer) in your work using acrylic gel medium...and how that process can work beautifully with the process of collage.

7) How drawing, paint, stenciling, stamping, etc...can create that sense of unity and movement you need in an artwork.

8) How do we know when our art piece is finished? Learn how to recognize that moment when it is time to just step back, take a breath and just look.

9) Learn how to put that professional finish on your art piece and how to make it archival.

Cost: $775

Materials to Bring: at least 4 small wood panels (16” x 16” inch or smaller) and at least 1-2 larger panels (no larger than 36” x 36”).  Bring, any books, magazines, and/or collage materials you particularly want to use; bring laser printed black and white xeroxes for transfers and/or color laser printouts (copies from Kinko’s will work great); paint brushes, scrapers, brayer, scissors, mat knife, rag, sponge, 32 oz fluid mat medium.

Cancellation policy:  Full refund -$75 if cancelled 60 days or more in advance, 1/2  returned -$75 if cancelled 30 days in advance.  No refund if cancelled less than 30 days before workshop.  To obtain refund email Suzanne at ljsjacquot@gmail.com

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Michael Cutlip
An artist with a following in the Bay Area and beyond, Cutlip’s exhibition history includes San Francisco, New York, Chicago, and Vancouver, BC. In 2014, he won the Alameda County Arts Commission Purchase Grant. Cutlip’s work has been acquired by the corporate collections of Microsoft, Bloomingdales, Kaiser Permanente and the David & Lucile Packard Foundation, and is part of singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan’s private collection. His work is also featured in the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara.

Born and raised in San Francisco Bay Area, Cutlip was exposed to artistic endeavors at a young age through his mother, a writer and musician with a passion for arts and crafts. Despite his creative surroundings, Cutlip discovered art later in life, realizing his passion for visual expression in a drawing course he took at Foothill College. Upon finding his true calling, Cutlip left his Business major to pursue a degree in Fine Art at California State University, East Bay. Michael Cutlip

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Suzanne Jacquot earned a BFA at UC Berkeley in psychology and design, an MFA from Mills College in sculpture and photography, and an Art Therapy Certificate from Sonoma State University. She has shown her work in various galleries and museums throughout the Bay Area, taught Abstract Art at Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Benicia Arts Center, Studio4404 and online. www.SuzanneJacquotArt.com.

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