Susan Stover, Guest Teaching Artist
5 days • Monday, July 24 – Friday, July 28, 2023
10 am – 4 pm, daily
Nonmembers: $795, Members: $715
EARLY BIRD RATE: $660
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Join Guest Teaching Artist Susan Stover for an exploration of personal narrative through the mediums of collage and encaustic. Whether you have a story to tell or want to dig deeper into your own artistic motivations, explore how the pieces of our histories come together to influence how we work and what we create. Using fabric and paper, make your own collage materials to embed into encaustic. Utilize several fabric, paper, and encaustic processes such as gestural mark-making, batik, sun printing, image transfer, staining and stenciling. Topics of discussion and slide presentations to include working with modules and in a series, layering and depth, transparency and opacity, repetition and pattern, display and finishing options. Emphasis will be placed on cultivating your own visual language. All levels. Materials fee of $30, payable to instructor at the time of class.
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Susan Stover is a San Francisco Bay Area artist who creates works that explore personal and collective memory, and the symbolic meanings that are tied to patterns, objects and places. Having studied many aesthetic traditions from around the world, she embraces ritual, tradition, and meditation inherent in repetitive processes. Susan received a MFA from California College of Art in Oakland, California and a BFA from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Her paintings are in many private and corporate collections. She is represented by Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, NY. Susan teaches workshops online from her northern California studio, in person at other locations in the U.S., and internationally.
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