Two Day Women's Self-Portrait Workshop
INSTRUCTOR: Maureen Shaughnessy
WHERE: in the studio at the back of 1+1=1 Gallery, in Helena.
WHEN: Saturday March 16: Evening Intro and Multi-Media Presentation
Sunday March 17 and Sunday March 24 from 10 to 5pm.
WHO: women of any level of experience. You do not need to be a working artist to take this workshop.
COST: $225 per person, includes all supplies for 14 hours of instruction, demos and studio work time. Max 6 students. Scholarships available. Please inquire.
FOOD: Both Sundays we will take a lunch break together as a group. Bring a lunch. The gallery will provide light snacks, coffee, tea and other beverages. For our Friday evening intro meeting the gallery will provide light snacks, wine, coffee or tea.
MORE INFO: Call or text 406.431.9931 and leave a message. We'll call you back. Or email us with any questions: [email protected]
It's that time of year when I wrap up my kids summer art classes and start our women's creativity and art sessions.
We've had such huge interest in the adult classes that I decided to offer them twice a month instead of just once monthly. So, on the first and second Sunday of each month, starting September 11, you have a fabulous opportunity to stretch your creative muscles in a small (6 student) class that's guaranteed to knock your socks off and inspire you.
This year our Sunday Art Sesh classes are in short series or two, three or four. Please sign up for all of the classes in a series to get the most out of your time. For example, the self portrait series is very in-depth (and transformative) and if you miss one, you'll miss a big chunk of the experience. Read on for the whole schedule ...
March 29th — Girls Art Night is All About Experimenting with Image Transfers
Learn how to transfer old photographs, vintage illustrations or your own drawings onto canvas, wood or cloth.
From 2pm to 5pm, you will make a 12×12 inch canvas mixed-media piece with image transfers, collage materials and paint. While the image transfer is drying, you can plan out your collage and get the other materials ready to apply to your canvas. There will also be an opportunity to transfer an image onto muslin cloth or a flat piece of wood.