Robin Litwin- Journal as Art

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Robin Litwin- Journal as Art

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Spring:

4 WEEK CLASS, FRIDAYS 1:00PM - 4:00 PM

May 3, 10, 17, 24

$95 members/$125 non members

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Whether you are a beginner or an experienced artist, jump start your art in this safe, informative and fun class. Ignite your creativity and learn many techniques. The elements of art, mark making, collage, and experimentation with a variety of materials will be covered.

Robin is a longtime artist and educator and has been keeping art and writing journals for 30 years. She sees the profound value of journaling. “ They provide a history of my artistic process and reveal a timeline of my personal and artistic journey. As an avid collector of all manner of items that resonate for me, the journal provides a way to consolidate random pieces of paper etc to reflect and review. All of these found, saved and received items are evidence of my life and springboards for future work "

Hello everyone and welcome to " The Journal as Art "

I will supply drawing paper and a medley of supplies for the first class so just
bring an art journal of your choice. I recommend Moleskin as the pages are
thick and hold up to collaging and mixed media. If you prefer a larger size
or like spiral bound you can use an 8 1/2 by 11 mixed media drawing journal.
This class is mixed media by nature which means anything goes!

1) Any mark making tools you have; paintbrushes, pencils, colored pencils, pastels,
cray pas, charcoal, oil pastels etc. Think out of the box , what can you make a mark with?
( hint, that will be our first class brainstorm so if you are a gold star student start thinking! )
2) Erasers ( any and all kind )
3) Rags / paper towels
4) Water spray bottle and plastic container for water
5) Palette pad or wax paper w/ support
6) Tape
7) Matte medium or modge podge
8) Latex gloves of invisible gloves gel ( optional )
9) Found paper ( anything you have on hand… decorative papers, maps , letters, lists,
notes, pages torn from books etc.
10) Watercolors or acrylics ( optional )