Mary Laube received her MFA from The University of Iowa. Recent exhibitions include Ortega y Gasset Projects, New York City, VCU Qatar, Doha and Monaco, St. Louis. Artist residencies include Yaddo, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Stiwdeo Maelor in Wales. Mary is an Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee.
Mary's Upcoming Workshops
Students have basic knowledge of 2-D art making including form, negative space, value and line.
Students have formal training in critical issues of 2-D art making, experience with public critiques and a solid portfolio of their artwork.
Jun 20 - 24, 2022
9AM - 5PM
Color: Theory and Practice
In this fundamental painting class, students explore color under the framework of Josef Albers’s color problems and the Munsell Color System and experiment with applying it to their work. The week begins with exercises meant to sharpen the ability to see and differentiate color. In the latter half of the week, students apply course material to their own creative projects. The goal of this workshop is for students to gain a deeper understanding of color relativity, a more efficient and heightened control of paint color, and a stronger appreciation for color as a visual phenomenon.