Intermediate Yupo Painting 1F23
Join for an Open Studio class in painting on Yupo, a synthetic paper made from polypropylene resin.
For those who have taken prior Yupo workshops with Ginny Zanger or have experience working with Yupo paper, this series will function as an open studio, allowing you to go beyond the basics, making a series of images in class.
Participants will be encouraged and supported to continue to experiment with tools and techniques and to share. Ginny Zanger will continue to share some of her favorite ways for letting the magic happen on this amazing surface.
*No class the evening before Thanksgiving
Limit 8 students
My favorite aspects of this class: 1. Ginny's teaching - she is a Master painter! 2. Being with real human beings again (yay!) and 3. the creative, no-pressure process... I also want to express my gratitude for the class being accessible to my hearing loss. Honestly, we were just getting started - we all want to continue with a Yupo Shop or studio taught by Ginny or one of her own advanced students at Eliot. This class was more exploration than technique and I'd love to keep exploring!
I took this class because I wanted to learn new techniques and try using new materials. The ratio of students to teacher was great, and four weeks was just the right amount of time. I'm excited to have learned how to work with a new medium!
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Ginny Zanger is a watercolorist and printmaking working primarily in Yupo. Her work has been featured in Artscope Magazine and has been shown throughout the Greater Boston area and on Cape Cod. She is represented by the Copley Society, with a Copley Artist designation, and by the Cove Gallery (Wellfleet MA). She has been an artist-in-residence at Ten Acre School and at the Vermont Studio Center.
Materials to bring to class:
- Watercolor paints in tubes. Please bring at least 3 colors.
- A small selection of watercolor brushes in various sizes
- Spray bottle /mister
- Pad of Yupo Paper - can be sourced from https://www.cheapjoes.com/ or https://www.dickblick.com/. (We won't be working larger than 12" so no need to purchase very large pads unless you want to cut your paper down to size. No translucent paper and heaviest (weight) is better. )