PORTFOLIO REVIEW REQUIRED
Portfolio review required.
This class in in its second year of a three-year program.
Please contact Elizabeth Ferrill for space availability.
Tuition is per year.
Overcome the challenges that present themselves in your artistic practice, and heighten your craft in this three-year mentored study. This workshop explores questions brought forth by you regarding your work, resulting in critiques that are intense, responsive and specific. We identify the strengths and limitations of your current work and practice, and then re-energize your skill set. In addition, you should expect to work outside of the workshop. This course is most useful for artists who have considerable painting experience, especially for those familiar with contemporary practices and theory.
Media & Techniques:
You are welcome to use materials of your choice. Typically, students use paint, charcoal or enamel on canvas, but there are no limitations. Feel free to bring works already in progress or start with new work during the workshop. Drying time and size should be considered in relation to shipping.
We primarily focus on studio time, which is then supported by slide presentations, discussions and critiques driven by instructor questions and students’ paintings. Readings and short daily writing assignments are also part of the course work.
Enrique Martínez Celaya is an artist who was also trained as a physicist. He is the Roth Family Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Dartmouth College and the author of Martínez Celaya: Collected Writings & Interviews 1990-2010 and On Art and Mindfulness. Enrique’s work is included in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in Los Angeles, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, and the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, among others.Join Waiting List