REGISTER APRIL 1
Take a Collage Vacation — Deborah Faye Lawrence
AUGUST 6 — 12
In the peaceful and creative atmosphere of Menucha, we can allow our intuitive picture-making skills to surface. Collage makes it easy. The images and landscapes we spontaneously pillage from a hundred magazines help us to illuminate stories and dreams. We’ll explore stream of consciousness collage composition, while experimenting with basic design and mixed media methods. Collage requires no previous experience, but experimentation and practice can make you a pro. We will use paper of all kinds, acrylic adhesive and paint, drawing, writing, humor, and whatever else fits on the surface. Expect to create several fantastic artworks in one week, improving your skills as we go, under the friendly tutelage of Seattle’s Queen of Collage! Class Material Fee:$10. http://www.deedeeworks.com/
REGISTRATION STARTS APRIL 1, 2017
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1. Select one week long class, lodging, and meals below.
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3. After payment you will be sent an email confirmation.
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TWO WEEK PARTICIPANTS: If you are taking BOTH one week workshops, please click the button below to see more options and requirements for two week participants.
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Deborah Faye Lawrence
Deborah Faye Lawrence, MFA is a native of California, and has lived with her husband in Seattle since 1993. She teaches in Seattle University's Arts Leadership MFA Program. A longtime arts educator who uses satire to look beneath the surface, Lawrence has taught courses for the University of Washington, Lesley University, Seattle Public Schools, and Path With Art, among many others. As a socially engaged artist she has received funding from The Creative Capital Foundation, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, The Puffin Foundation, Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Council, WESTAF/NEA, Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, and The California Arts Council, et al.
Lawrence is the 2015 Winner of the Twining Humber Award for Lifetime Achievement in Visual Art, awarded by Artist Trust. Her artwork has been widely exhibited, and reviewed in Art in America, Sculpture Magazine, Artweek, Art Papers Magazine, Rolling Stone, Time Magazine, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, L.A. Weekly, The Stranger, and Seattle Times, et al.
Deborah F. Lawrence website