Here is a photo report on last weekend's See Differently workshop. I, personally, had a great time and there was growth for all in one form or another. I tried to treat each artist individually, and was challenged by the high experience level of my wonderful students.
My workshops are meant to provide breakthrough growth opportunities, and that means hard work. You will paint hard, think hard and maybe learn to understand your own art a little better as a result of this challenging two day class.
|Host Jon Larson asked me to throw a workshop in the Bay Area. It took me three years to finally do it.|
|My second demo. Re-purposing a "failed" artwork.|
|Kris, Robin and Linda at show and tell. Linda Schweitzer has an art blog linked at the bottom of this post.|
|Robin changed one little thing at the end and was energized by the results. Responsive painting can be a valuable technique.|
|Kris graced us with this bell pepper as a result of a Notan type exercise. Bravo, Kris!|
|Set up to demonstrate in Oakland - I just put that there to see what Google does with it.|
|Slipper was disinterested in the art, but happy nonetheless.|
|Back home in cold Washington State - happy to complete a great workshop.|