Special Topics in Acrylics, Saturday, June 28; 11-4pm
Textural Elements Workshop – Water, Skies, Foliage, Fur, Feathers & More!
Instructor: W. J. Gilbert Kellogg; “Jean”
Berkeley Art Works, 116 North Queen Street, Martinsburg WV.
This class, taught by award winning artist, W. J. Gilbert Kellogg, will be an introduction to developing textural elements through acrylic painting techniques. Information provided will include some “whys” of brush selection, prep work, paint application methods, use of canvas paper and canvas boards, and will also allow the student to sample a variety of materials, brush techniques, and paints. If you have struggled with elements such as foliage, fur, feathers, skies, water, etc. when you paint with acrylics, this is a great class to explore these challenges and still have some fun!
Jean Kellogg is an award-winning regional fine and commercial artist, art instructor for arts organizations, and for county and state continuing education programs; also an illustrator, writer and artisan. She works in a wide variety of media, such as charcoal, conte’, oil & acrylic paints, and mixed media; she also creates toys, costume jewelry, textile goods and other crafts which are marketed locally through various venues. She is a member of Berkeley Arts and a juried member of the Potomac River Artist’s Guild and the Tamarack Art Center in Beckley, WV.
$50 and pre-registration is required. Details and registration information are on the web at http://artworks.berkeleyartswv.org/workshops/#kellogg. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304-620-7277.