Thursday, June 15, 2017, 6:00-8:00pm at New City Galerie
Ever wonder how some artists get those amazing textures and patterns on their paintings? Join local artist and teacher, Kristen M. Watson for an evening of fun as we explore intuitive acrylic painting using non-traditional tools-literally everything but the brush!
After some basic painting instruction we’ll move into working with brayers, bubble wrap, forks, spray bottles, plastic doo-hickeys, our fingers, and a trove of household and found objects (feel free to bring some of your own!) to spray, smear, scrape, stamp, and roll your own expressive design. You’ll leave with your very own original artwork and lots of ideas to inspire you in your home or studio. And don’t worry; there will be paintbrushes too.
Your registration fee includes all supplies. Only 12 slots available so sign up soon! J Fee: $40
Parking: Bank Street Garage (First 2 Hours FREE) or on street meters.
This activity is part of Vermont Arts 2017, a project of the Vermont Arts Council. #VTArts2017
Kristen is a professional artist and licensed teacher. She makes and teaches art in a broad range of media. Currently she teaches at Burlington City Arts and Davis Studio, and is also a teaching artist for the Vermont Arts Council and a VAC grant recipient.
Kristen’s work focuses on mixed media intuitive painting and installation. She exhibits her work locally and regionally in both group and solo shows, and has been selected for several juried exhibits. Her work is also held in private collections. She is currently an artist in residence at New City Galerie and has completed artist residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont, and the Rensing Center, South Carolina. www.kristenmwatson.com