Monthly Archives: September 2014

Next class, September 30

For Tuesday’s class please bring the project that you are working on plus any additional materials that you might need. Please install your work in the crit area so that we can have a look at your progress and possibly … Continue reading

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Next Class: Sept. 23

Please bring materials to begin your project. For example you should bring a surface to work on whether it be canvas or cloth or wood, plastic, styrofoam, drywall etc. Also bring supportmaterials such as wood for a stretcher or framing … Continue reading

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Paint as Object

Lecture Sept. 16, 2014 Paint as Object Artists included: Morris Louis, Lucio Fontana, Pat Steir, Lynda Benglis, Christian Eckart, Richard Aldrich, Anna Ostoya, Jabob Kassay, Robert Rauschenberg, Josh Tonsfeldt, Ida Ekblad, Wyatt kahn and others.

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Student meet and greet at Forest City Gallery

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Lecture One: September 9, 2014

Lecture: What is Painting Homework: Choose one of the images in this presentation, identify the artist and the date, and based on your close reading of this painting discuss the following questions: 1) What is the relationship between subject matter and … Continue reading

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Part One: Paint as Material Contingency

This first project will focus on the material language and possibilities of paint and its attendant structures. That is, through a close reading of the structural language of painting (canvas, gesso, stretcher bars, pigment, colour, texture, scale etc.) this project … Continue reading

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Exploring the physical properties of paint

Part One Dividing a 24″ X 30″ piece of paper into 9 equal parts, paint each component part using the following processes: 1) action/expression 2) direction 3) scumbling 4) wet on wet 5) impasto 6) sfumato 7) overlaying/cross-hatching 8) using a … Continue reading

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