March 17 Lost and Found: Mixed Media w/ Jackie Reeves


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Lost and Found: The art of letting go of control and embracing process through drawing, painting and collage
Day: Saturday, March 17th
Time: 9:30am-3:30pm
Skill Level: Some art experience is required, knowledge of the basics of drawing, and composition.
Class maximum: 12
*Workshop cost includes material fee — materials will be provided by instructor in addition to the materials you will bring to the workshop
 The goal of this workshop is to loosen up, experiment and play with drawing marks, painting spills, drips, drags, imprints (etc), and collage. The idea is to let go of control and push your limits allowing the materials to take the lead as you aim to develop a small series of artworks by the end of the day. This could potentially serve as a launching pad to give you new direction in your work.


Working from your imagination you will begin by creating abstract marks on paper based on your interpretation of my prompts. By allowing yourself to get lost in the process you will make new discoveries for your studio practice.  Following your instincts, you will respond to the imagery unfolding before you and begin the process of editing and shaping by cutting, ripping, masking, glazing and painting.



Supplies list:

Please bring along any of the following things from home if you happen to have them. No need to go shopping.
Pencils (any and all variety), sharpies, drawing materials of any kind (charcoal, pastels, crayons, markers…), paint brushes of varying sizes, scissors, ruler, eraser, painters tape scotch tape.
A collection of collage materials from home: scraps of papers, newspaper, mesh, old letters, maps, drawings (things you don’t mind collaging into artwork).
 It’s better if it’s more personal to you and not bought from a store so just look around the house and bring whatever you have that could be good for collage.
Also look for things with texture.
Artist Bio: Canadian-born, Cape Cod based artist Jackie Reeves uses mixed media to bring together figurative and abstract elements in her art. She was raised in Montreal by architect parents and studied design art at Concordia University. Her artistic career began as a professional mural painter for corporate, private and public spaces. Concurrently, Reeves co founded the Plymouth Community Art Center. In 2010 she earned her MFA in painting at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and has since exhibited in solo and group shows throughout Cape Cod and in Pennsylvania, Vermont, Washington DC and North Carolina. She has been profiled in numerous publications including the Boston Globe, Art New England, Artscope Magazine.  She is the 2016 recipient of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod’s Fellowship award for Visual Arts. A resident of the United States since 1995, Reeves currently lives in Sandwich, Massachusetts.

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