Large Painting from Smaller Studies – D1523

December 11, 2014

Posted In: Painting and Drawing

Roberto Juarez

DATES: September 7 – 18, 2015


CONCEPT: Explore the process of transforming small preliminary collages and paintings into larger works on canvas. In this workshop, we focus on developing work from the beginning stages into larger, more fully formed paintings. Students have ample studio time for experimentation and “The Juarez” method of layering paint and collage will be demonstrated.

MEDIA & TECHNIQUES: Beginning with small sketches and models, students are free to use multiple media and a mixture of paint and collage will be encouraged. Finding source material will be discussed including imagery from books, magazines and found materials.

ACTIVITIES: We gather collage materials, textures, and printed matter from around the area. We will be painting every day with individual and group critiques.

FACULTY: Roberto Juarez has exhibited his work at Robert Miller gallery, Charlie Cowles gallery and most recently La MaMa Galleria in New York. He has had public projects installed at the Grand Central Terminal in New York City, Miami International Airport and The Federal Courthouse in Fort Pierce, FL. He has taught as a visiting lecturer at Williams College, Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design and the San Francisco Art Institute. Roberto received a B.F.A. from SFA and did his graduate studies of Television and Film at UCLA. 

Tuition: $1400 OR Tuition + Studio Support Donation: $1800
Studio Fee: $150

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