Saturdays, July 13, 20, & 27, 10am-5pm
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Image: Theodora Varnay Jones, "Indistinction #4 B", 2007, paper, graphite, color pencil, acrylic polymer, wood 31” X 23” X 1 1/2”
Experiment on paper! Designed to push the boundaries of traditional drawing, this class intends to open new creative paths for the students’ personal aesthetic and drawing language. Students will work with a variety of conventional media, such as charcoal and graphtie, and also experiment with unconventional materials—such as vellum, cold wax and natural pigments. This class will be a laboratory for students to learn about new materials and complete multiple drawings.
Theodora Varnay Jones received her BFA and MFA from The Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary. Her prints have received numerous awards from museums, universities and other institutions throughout the US, Europe, Asia, and South America. She has recently exhibited at Fresno Art Museum, Don Soker Gallery, Seattle Art Museum Gallery, and SFMOMA Artists Gallery. She has lectured and taught at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Kyoto Seika University in Japan, and at UC Davis. www.theodoravarnayjones.com