Julie Schumer and James Koskinas
Cost: $595, materials list will be provided one month prior to the workshop, or materials can be provided at an additional cost of $100.
Take a leap with us into the unknown in this 2 day intensive abstract acrylic workshop. Through a series of structured exercises designed to help you loosen up, we will explore various elements of a non-objective painting including color, composition, structure and eye flow, line, value and texture using acrylic paint and a variety of drawing and mark making tools, both conventional and unconventional. We will work on archival paper and unstretched canvas. Bring your artistic passion, the willingness to try something different, experiment, and gain a new perspective. Class size limited to 6 will allow participants to paint larger if they wish to do so. This workshop is available to all levels but is perfect for those new to abstract painting. No previous experience with acrylic paints is necessary.
REFUND AND CANCELLATION POLICY
Full refund – $75 if requested 60 days prior to start of course. 1/2 refund if requested 31 days prior to start of course. No refund if canceled within 30 days of start date of course. To request a refund, please Contact Us>>
About The Instructors
Julie Schumer is a self-taught artist. Her work is shown in galleries across the United States and is in many private collections. She lives and works in Santa Fe, NM and in the past several years began teaching loosening up painting workshops. Julie runs 1228 Parkway Art Space where she gives workshops. Julie Schumer
James Koskinas is a painter, writer, actor and co-creator of the film, “The Twilight Angel,” as well as a play, “Even if The Mountains Burn.” He attended the College of Arts and Crafts, in Oakland, California and has more recently studied with artists with Bob Winston, Robert Burridge, and Dean Howell. James Koskinas