EARTH PIGMENT WORKSHOP
APRIL 16, 2-6PM
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10% of proceeds from this workshop will be donated to ricRACK, a place for the New Orleans community to learn how to sew, create, grow, imagine,
re-use, sustain, succeed, and the host of this workshop.
Want to attend but it's not in your budget?
Pay what you can! Sliding scale $0 - $250.
Black and indigenous artists and educators to the front.
Contact Bird to reserve your spot and set your own price.
What You'll Learn:
how to forage earth pigments responsibly
how to process clay, rocks, and soil into high-quality fine art pigments
how to make paint from earth pigments (we'll focus on watercolor but the same skill can be applied to acrylic and oil paint)
techniques for painting on raw canvas
All Materials Provided
paint brushes, binders and additives, mortar + pestles, palette knives, + sifters for use in class
- raw canvas and watercolor paper for practice
- 1 prepared 9"x12" raw canvas to take home with you
a tempered glass palette for use in class
a glass muller for use in class
If you'd like to take home the tools to continue your practice, you have the option of purchasing them from me at cost before or during the workshop. Add Earth Pigment Tools to your cart and these items will be ready for you in the studio when you arrive and will be yours to take home after class.
Snacks + Drinks
a spread of delicious snacks
non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks
relaxing music and good vibes
Connection + Community
meet like-minded artists, environmentalists, educators, and good people
share ideas and plant seeds that will grow (it's a metaphor)
questions? email email@example.com
Bird is FANTASTIC teacher! She knows her stuff, but knows how to meet the individual student where they're at. She taught me so much about my own creativity and potential by equipping me with new knowledge, but also helping me tap into the skills I already have. She has the instructional skills of a teacher and the knowledge and craft of an artist. You will walk away from time spent with Bird having learned something meaningful about yourself as an artist and a person, 100%.