Sumi-e Ink Painting Workshop with Amanda Moseley (In-Person)
Sumi-e is the Japanese technique of direct painting with black ink on paper with brush. Cerulean Collective artist Amanda Moseley with guide you through the beautiful simplicity of sumi-e where the white of the paper is as important as the rich blacks and grays of your painting. Learn to work directly and spontaneously with brushes and bamboo pen on watercolor paper to capture the essence of a subject. Subject matter will include flowers, live animals from Amanda's farm and some taxidermy specimens.
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Saturday, December 10 (New Date!)
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Register by: December 4
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Amanda Moseley is a member of the Cerulean Arts Collective. Color, form and light are integral components of her work. She seek to create art that is reminiscent of the way we might remember any object, scene or person. Some elements might become fuzzy, such as the small details in a person’s face - the exact colors of a sunset. However, the temporal things are what we remember most: the heat of the sun on a summer day; the silhouette of a meadow against the dying light at sunset. These are the things we remember and can almost feel and touch even years after.
Artwork Images courtesy of Amanda Moseley and Cerulean Arts