I cherish the time I’ve spent with the Gloucester arts community, and I’m looking forward to giving a demonstration and workshop as soon as we can re-schedule them. To whet your whistle for the portraiture workshop, see my three videos below- never before shared publically!
I have been thinking about how vital the act of recording our loved ones with an act of art is right now. I find myself wishing I could make portraits of all the family members I can no longer meet with in person. Something they could give to their kids to pass on that would be extra meaningful because it was made from love. Art is useful for bearing witness to our loved ones and our sacred familiar places. It is also a wonderful healing of the heart to pour oneself into creativity.
Grace and Peace,
Skull Demo with Forehead Focus
The Forehead Ribbon
Transition Planes on the Head
The Artist in Residence (AiR) program in sponsored in part by the Cook Foundation. To learn more about the AiR program click here.
Interested artists may inquire about the program via email: Mollie Stewart, Director, Artist in Residence Program at Arts on Main: firstname.lastname@example.org