If you have not sent in your registration and payment for this workshop with Laurie Doctor, please note that all the seats have been taken and then some. Any registrations coming in after September 15th will go on the waiting list as they arrive.
If you have sent in your registration/payment and do not plan to attend, please let me know as soon as possible so we can give your seat to another and get you a refund.
Often the “Aha!” for our work comes indirectly. I find scraps of paper in my studio from years ago where I have scrawled: speechless mute melliflerous motet or olive oil, pepper, bread and onions. Other papers have bits of color or stitching, perhaps a coffee ring.
In this class we will begin with scraps we gather, and perhaps exchange. These bits and pieces will be the beginning of finding a thread that connects the
writing and painting that we do. We will use collage, drawing, watercolor and writing. Color studies, composition, watercolor and drawing techniques will be part of the exploration. Inspiration will come from our scraps, music and poetry in a contmplative atmosphere.
Exercises will foster quality of line, seeing with the eyes of an artist, and doing work that is particular to each person. Each student will choose a subject and make a small book to document the process.
Instructor: Laurie Doctor
Saturday–Sunday, Oct. 12–13, 2013
9:30 AM–5 PM
Fee: $120, Guild member; $135, non-member
Materials fee: $7 payable to instructor