Formerly Coastal Arts Guild of CT

Bringing New Ideas Into Your Work

Bringing New Ideas Into Your Work

When:
January 25, 2021 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
2021-01-25T18:30:00-05:00
2021-01-25T21:00:00-05:00
Where:
Zoom Videoconferencing
Worldwide
Cost:
$140.00 – $150.00

Beginner and Intermediate levels welcome

Register here.

Fee is for the entire 4-session series. Students may not sign up for individual sessions. Registration will close Sunday, January 17, 2021.

Invite new ideas into your art practice through a series of playful exercises designed to wake you up, consider new possibilities, and connect you with art that has resonated with you over years. Each week Lenny Moskowitz shares his processes of creative investigation, demonstrating his approach in a live 45 minute Zoom Meeting, taking an hour break to individually explore the concept, and returning to another 45 minute group Zoom discussion and feedback.

Lenny’s assignments will include looking at how artists throughout history have been influenced by work outside their cultures or eras, including palette, mark making, dimensional space, and composition, and how you can use this concept to inform your creative choices. You will also use images and ideas of your own work as a departure point for new possibilities by searching out new resolutions and pushing abstractions. This playful class inspires curiosity by activating  imagination as you work with Lenny, as well as individually in your studio and collectively as a group.

Supply List:

A variety of drawing implements such as pencils crayons and water soluble crayons.

Large drawing paper, scissors, glue, pencils, old magazines (preferably magazines that are colorful, like fashion, home and garden, etc.), paint (your choice, acrylic* or watercolor), a couple of brushes, a palette to mix paint on, a spray bottle to keep your acrylic from drying out, painting surfaces (such as canvas boards, a stretch canvas, or paper), and a water jar.

*If you’re using acrylics it’s nice to have a medium, which is clear acrylic paint with no pigment in it. This comes in gloss or matte. Lenny prefers the matte because the paint is matte.

Lenny Moskowitz is a Connecticut landscape painter who lives in New Haven with his wife.He graduated with his B.F.A from the Philadelphia College of Art and received his M.F.A. from Michigan’s Cranbrook Academy. Lenny has participated in both group and solo shows at numerous Galleries throughout the U.S. and has taught classes and workshops in Connecticut, Block Island, and Nantucket. Presently he teaches at Quinnipiac University and the Rowayton Arts Center. He has been awarded several artist residencies, including at the Anderson Center in Minnesota and at the NISDA Foundation on Nantucket, MA. In the summer of 2011 he was awarded a residency at Weir Farm in Wilton, CT. He makes yearly painting trips to Maine, Nantucket, and frequently sojourns to the surrounding Connecticut woods to paint.

This class is offered in partnership with the Artists Association of Nantucket.

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