Washi Wonder Workshop Series

C$235.00
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Loree Ovens has been using washi in her practice for over 25 years and it never fails to inspire. In this mixed media workshop series, Loree will guide you in exploring several types of washi papers and mediums to add to your own practice!

Washi Wonder Workshop Series with Loree Ovens

WINTER / SPRING 2024 Weekend Intensives:

*NEW DATES Saturday May 25 & Sunday May 26, 2024 | 11-5pm

Loree Ovens has been using washi in her practice for over 25 years and it never fails to inspire. In this mixed media workshop series, Loree will guide you in exploring several types of washi papers and mediums to add to your own practice! All materials included

Base Tuition: $210 Material Fee: $25 (+HST)

Part 1 - Experimental Mark Making on Washi
Part 2 - Washi Collage
Part 3 - Washi & Konnyaku - Stitching & Sculpture
Part 4 - Drawing & Painting on Washi

Testamonial

If you have ever marvelled at sheets of washi and wondered what to do with them - this is the class for you! If you have some washi hanging about in the studio waiting for the perfect project - this class is also for you! And even if you have used washi in your practice and want to know more - I suggest taking this class. 

Loree is generous with her knowledge and her knowledge is extensive. Her approach to the class is to provide you with information on 2 to 4 kinds of washi each class and then guide you through experimentations and play so you can become familiar with each one. Each week Loree will introduce a new technique for you to explore with the washi and there is no one better to lead you through on investigation of materials than Loree. I highly recommend this class - for the material knowledge and the experience of exploration and play. -MB

 

About Loree

Loree Ovens is a visual artist working in a variety of media including a wide range of printmaking techniques. Her specialties include etching, collagraph, drypoint, relief and screen. Her background in craft and textiles has led her to produce encaustic, sculptural and metal work. Loree is also known for her use of washi (handmade Japanese paper).

She enjoys teaching all ages & skill levels.

Loree’s work has been shown in national and international exhibitions in Canada, Japan, United States, Taiwan, Australia and Scotland. Her work is part of both private and public collections including the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Art Gallery of New South Wales, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia and SGC International.

Loree Ovens is represented by David Kaye Gallery and Open Studio in Toronto.

loreeovens.com

 

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All ARTiculations workshops require advance registration, unless otherwise noted. In the event of insufficient enrolment, registrants will be notified prior to the workshop start date and a full refund will be given. No refunds/credits will be provided for withdrawal fewer than one week prior to the start of class. ARTiculations does not provide make-up classes or substitutions. This policy is subject to change without notice.

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