The Earlville Opera House presents the third of three GOLDEN ARTIST COLORS SERIES WORKSHOPS for fall. These classes are taught with Golden Artist Colors paints and expertise! Sam Golden started local company in 1980; they now sell their products around the world. Their mission has been “To grow a sustainable company dedicated to creating and sharing the most imaginative and innovative tools of color, line and texture for inspiring those who turn their vision into reality”. Golden continually launches exciting new product lines and is well known for working with artists to produce excellent high quality acrylics and art materials that meet developing needs in the field.
“Discovering Digital Mixed Media” will be on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 5th and November 6th from 5:30 pm to 8 pm. Artists are now experimenting with inkjet printers directly on paint skins and developing new uses and applications for mixed media that expand the boundaries of fine art and commercial art. Don’t confine printing your artwork or photographic images onto just commercially available papers and canvases!
This 5-hour class will show you how to print on everything from acrylic paint skins to aluminum foil, and then how to adhere them to paintings or objects using acrylic mediums. Embellishing with paint and texture over images will also be shown.
The tuition for the workshop is $55, $50 members includes $10 materials fee – all materials provided for working with paper.
Michael Townsend is an artist and employee of Golden Artist Colors, Inc. He has been with Golden over 20 years, working in the Quality Control, Research & Development, Custom Product Development, and Technical Support Departments. Michael has a BA of Studio Arts from Mansfield University, where he studied printmaking, silk-screening, sculpture and painting.
Michael has experience in mural painting, spraying, marbling, substrate preparation, varnishing and many other artist applications. In his own work he enjoys painting everything from abstracts to landscapes, using everything from paint and brushes, to airbrushes and digital tools. Michael enjoys demonstrating and teaching other artists how to use methods and materials in their own artwork.
To sign up for any of the upcoming workshops, please e-mail info at earlvilleoperahouse.com or call us at 315-691-3550. The Earlville Opera House is located at 18 East Main Street in Earlville. For more information, visit www.earlvilleoperahouse.com .