Monday, December 26, 2011

Style Weekly Article and Art Class Schedule

Hello everyone!

Martha Steger wrote a really nice article about me called "Art as an Everyday Thing" in Richmond's Style Weekly. If you don't have access to the print version, you can read it online here. And if you're looking to see some sun - in painted form, that is - during the holidays, Steger also reviews the Impressionist show for the Muscarelle Museum in Williamsburg here.

For those of you in the Richmond, VA area - I am teaching many classes during the winter/spring semester at the VMFA Studio School and the Visual Arts Center of Richmond.

At VMFA Studio School:
Introduction to Relief Printing Workshop - 2 days, Feb 18 and 19
Introduction to Relief Printing - 6 Wednesday, Mar 21 – Apr 25

At The Visual Arts Center of Richmond:
Printmaking Classes
Introduction to Bookbinding Intensive - 5 days, January 23 – 27
Introduction to Relief Printing Intensive - 5 days, February 6 – 10
Introduction to Relief Printing - 6 Thursdays, February 16 – March 22
Monotype Printmaking - 6 Thursdays, April 5 – May 10
Make Your Own Bookplates Relief Printing Workshop - 2 days, Jan 21 and 22
Monotype Valentine's Day Card Workshop - 1 day, Feb 4
Paper Bead Jewelry Workshop - 2 days, April 28 and 29

 Paper Bead Jewelry Workshop

Make Your Own Bookplates Relief Printing Workshop

Taking an art class is a great way to break up those cold, grey winter days and learn a new skill. I am offering both one and two-day workshops, intensives (5 consecutive days) as well as longer sessions that take place weekly over the course of 6 weeks. In order for a class to run, enrollment must be at least 50% capacity and you must sign up one week ahead of the scheduled class. So don't hesitate to sign up (and invite a friend, too!) because classes start as early as

I wish everyone a wonderful holiday and hope that everyone gets a chance to relax and enjoy time with friends and family.