The March Warren County Arts group meeting will feature a Hands-on Acrylic dirty pouring Workshop led by Judith Chase. Judith has been an artist since she was in grade school. She started with drawing and over the years moved from watercolor to acrylics and oil. Judith is currently working with fluid acrylics and alcohol ink. She is a member of Arts Community of Easton and will be exhibiting her works at the ACE Arts Tour that runs from April through May at The Gallery at St. John's as part of the Artists without Walls exhibit at 330 Ferry St, Easton, PA. Judith is also a member of Artlifting, a non profit organization that helps Artists with disabilities to sell their works. You can find her profile at ArtLifting.com as Jude Chase.
At the workshop, Judith will explain the dynamics of the fluid acrylic medium and guide the group through the process. Each student will need to bring:
1 aluminum roasting pan or a tray with a lip on it so the paint will stay in it.
5 colors of acrylic paint, 2 oz each. (1 white, 1 black, 3 other different colors)
11 plastic 6 ounce cups
2 liters of water
1 stretched canvas that will fit inside of the pan or tray. They can bring ceramic tiles instead if
they wish. The paintings will paint themselves as we direct the flow.
The meeting will be held at the Oxford Township Municipal building. The public is welcome. Refreshments will be served. There will be a $3 fee for non-members for refreshments.