Workshops

Payment for workshops can be made via a check or PayPal.

  • You will find the PayPal button listed at the end of each individual workshop.
  •  If you prefer to pay via check please send check made payable to SoMMA to Phyllis Appleby, 3026 Marsh Elder Dr. South, Jacksonville, FL 32226.  Please include your name, email address and phone number along with title of workshop.
  • Please contact Workshop Chair, Francesca Tabor-Miolla at ATatteredMuse@gmail.com to confirm payment and to receive your Supply List.
  • Questions about workshops should be directed to Francesca as well.


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April 20, 2019    ONE-DAY WORKSHOP

MIKE GRECIAN

 

Using a variety of watermedia, we’ll explore diverse drawing materials and surfaces, learn new products and find new things to incorporate into our artwork.

More details and pricing to be announced later.

 

September 28, ONE-DAY WORKSHOP   $95 MEMBERS   $115 NON-MEMBER

CYNTHIA CSALOVSZKI

‘Alcohol Inks’ Learn how to use alcohol inks as an art medium, using tools and techniques to create abstract and objective paintings, and in creating decorative finishes, both on a variety of surfaces

 

 

October 21 thru 25, 2019 WORKSHOP   $ to be determined

JOAN FULLERTON

“CONTEMPORARY MIXED MEDIA WORKSHOP”

Advanced student workshop with internationally recognized Colorado artist and instructor,  JOAN FULLERTON

Join us for inspiring demonstrations, lectures, encouragement and practice. You’ll learn how to coax hints of reality from an abstract background, how to integrate collage imagery, how to control values and colors for emotional emphasis, and how to suggest rather than delineate. You’ll explore working intuitively, responding to what shows up, working in a series, mixing and utilizing neutrals for softer, more ethereal abstracts.

We’ll touch on notions of confidence, procrastination, vulnerability, curiosity, courage, talent, play, inspiration, intuition, your mean critic, metaphor, symbolic elements, competition, marketing, your belief systems, finding balance, and more! There will be plenty of time for “playing” and creating along with individual attention and guidance.

“Abstract art encourages the imagination to run free.  Inner and outer worlds collide making a space for new awareness to grow.” – Joan Fullerton         www.JoanFullerton.com