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. Together with Talia Duque, we 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 a 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)
- 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).