Classes and Workshops
Acrylic/Mixed Media Techniques
Multnomah Arts Center in SW Portland
2 day workshop October 19 & 20, 2019 (registration begins August)
Learn how to revive/rework old paintings and create new ones using a multi-media approach to acrylic painting. Combine acrylic paint, collage, and line work to formulate paintings that are filled with color, pattern, and texture. Focus on creating original work through guided instruction on composition, under-painting techniques and color mixing. All levels welcome.
Suminagashi Paper Marbling Workshop:
Art Center Sarasota
Mixed Media Painting/Sumingashi Marbling/Collage
Dates: March 16-18, 2020 10am to 4pm $465
707 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34236
Contact Elizabeth Goodwill, Education Director
email@example.com or call (941) 365-2032
Art in the Mountains
Sumingashi: From Marbled Paper to Finished Painting
Dates: July 23-25, 2020 $495
Explore this fascinating Japanese paper marbling technique using water-based boku inks floated on plain tap water. The name suminagashi literally means spilled ink. Create intricate, patterned rice papers using this ancient method and then learn how to use these papers to build gorgeous layered collages and finished paintings. Enjoy the meditative process of creating one-of-a-kind marbled papers. Designed for all levels of learners and no prior experience needed.
2 Day Acrylic Workshop:
From Marbled Paper to Finished Painting
We’ve all seen marbled papers, but how do we develop those busy patterned papers into a finished painting? Unlock the mystery and learn the techniques for creating layered, richly colored paintings by applying acrylics (both opaque and transparent) on pre-marbled papers. Previous painting experience recommended.
Custom-Made Watermedia Workshops
If you, or a small group of artists are interested in taking a customized workshop in acrylics, watercolor, marbling or mixed media, please contact me for more information.
What Liz's students say about her classes and workshops:
"Opens Up A New World"
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