India Ink Still life :: Popcorn

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India Ink Still life :: Popcorn

55.00

June 29th
4pm-6pm

Ever want to learn the applicable properties of India Ink? India Ink has been used in drawing applications and as a main medium in drawing for centuries and can be used in a variety of manners. In this two hour workshop, Virginia Mae Warwick, will be assisting you to explore the different value properties of this medium and how to explore it in a subject matter that most would find at a movie theater: Popcorn. Using popcorn in a still life, Virginia will guide you through the investigation of this subject and transform these familiar kernels into art.

Students/Participants will understand the properties of India Ink by creating a value scale and learn how to or enhance their drawing skills with India Ink. Also, they will learn how to transform and at the same time replicate the intrinsic properties of popcorn into a piece of artwork.

Ages 15+

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Virginia Warwick was born in 1982 and grew up in Frederick, Maryland.

After graduating from University of Maryland, College Park, she soon entered Rinehart School of Sculpture at Maryland Institute College of Art where she taught as a Teaching Assistant for three semesters. Since MICA, Virginia has been teaching and producing artwork consistently. As an art instructor, Virginia has taught multiple age groups from diverse backgrounds. She has taught children and teens from “at risk” environments in Baltimore and also the youth in Frederick. She is currently an adjunct faculty member at Frederick Community College, where she teaches Drawing and 2D Art and Design. Also, she teaches a variety of Drawing courses at the Delaplaine Arts Center as a part time instructor. In addition, she teaches a wide variety of workshops in the Maryland/DC area including pet portraiture and linoleum block carving workshops. Virginia offers and gives private lessons to the youth and young adults as well.

Her work has been show at such places as the Arlington Arts Center, ConnerSmith, Edison Place Gallery, Hood College, Goucher College. City Arts Gallery, Metro Gallery, Creative Alliance, E.M.P Collective, Current Gallery, 14kt Cabaret, Visarts at Rockville and most recently at Area 31 in Frederick. She has been included in the Transmodern Festival in Baltimore multiple years and has participated in two performance arts festivals in New York, including the Brooklyn International Performance Arts Festival and the Infridgement Festival.

Virginia is also the owner and founder of Critter Critter Creations, a pet portrait and animal inspired art business and is the lead singer of a local band called Double Trouble.

GRS is happy to refund you if the cancellation is outside 24 hours of class start time.