The Kitchen's Paintbrush - with Talia Duque
Time & Location
About the event
This workshop is an amazing way to utilize what is in our fridge as a source of inspiration and creativity. Talia will be exploring food's place in the history of art and how its importance within Jewish cultural and religious life.
Techniques you'll explore:
- Underpainting (painting over dry layer of paint)
- Mark making (printing)
- Stumbling (circular motions)
What you need:
- Acrylic paints
- 2 pieces of acrylic or watercolor paper (some form of thick paper)
- Paint brushes
- Water for cleaning brushes
- Fruits, vegetables, favorite foods for observation and printmaking
(Examples: carrots, leafy greens, apples, oranges, mushrooms, broccoli, peppers, pomegranates — some
of these should be cut in advance so they can dry, like citrus fruits — printing is OPTIONAL for this lesson).