COLLAGE TECHNIQUES & CREATIVE EXPLORATION
Collage Workshops and More
with
Jonathan Talbot
Jonathan Talbot Explore composition and the creation of a personal visual vocabulary with internationally-known artist, Jonathan Talbot. Enjoy opportunities for new spontaneity as you learn his exciting collage technique that eliminates liquid adhesives from the collage-assembly process. Other subjects covered include the"paperless" transfer of printed and photocopied images, tissue overlays, permanency of materials, preparation of substrates, sources of tools and materials, presentation and framing of finished works, and more. The Morris Museum of Arts and Sciences, Marlboro College, The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, The Cape Cod Museum of Art, Kansas State University, The Connecticut Graphic Arts Center, Sacred Heart University, The Mendocino Art Center, Mesa State College, Esalen, The Ohio Watercolor Society, The Indiana Arts Education Association, The Beaufort Art Association, Southern Utah University, and Mutual Benefit Life, Inc. are just some of the many organizations which have hosted past Talbot Workshops, Demonstrations, and Presentations.
WORKSHOPS FOR 2017
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red ball April 22 & 23, 2017 Warwick, NY Collage Techniques & Creative Exploration

red ball May 1 - 4, 2017 Warwick, NY Four-Day Collage Intensive

red ball May 19, 2017 Sugar Loaf, NY Creative Courage in a Time of Change - A Community Conversation !!!! FREE !!!!
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view of studio crystal ball Saturday, April 22 & Sunday, April 23, 2017. The Artist's Studio - Warwick, NY: COLLAGE TECHNIQUES & CREATIVE EXPLORATION 2017 Enjoy new opportunities for spontaneity as you learn how to eliminate liquid adhesives from the collage-assembly process. Other subjects to be covered include "Getting Started," Accessing our Creative Energies, "Paperless" Transfer of Printed and Photocopied Images, Preserving Found Materials, Preparation of Substrates, Sources of Tools and Materials, Presentation and Framing of Finished Works, and more (some of this workshop's specific goals will be determined by the participants at the beginning of the workshop). Hours: 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Workshop Fee: $275. Includes all materials, a free copy of "Collage: A New Approach," access to all tools in the studio, and continental breakfast, full lunch, & refreshments each day. Registrations will be honored in the order in which they are received. Limited to 8 participants. Please read this note about studio workshops. To Register for this Workshop on-line Click Here. To register by phone call Jonathan at 845-258-4620 (east coast hours please). For accommodations information Click Here. For travel directions Click Here.

view of studio crystal ball Monday, May 1 thru Thursday, May 4, 2017. The Artist's Studio - Warwick, NY: 4-DAY COLLAGE INTENSIVE: New Approaches, Techniques, and Implications. During this workshop in the artist's studio we will create an intentional artistic community in which we will all learn from one another. As we explore composition and refine our personal visual vocabularies, we will reflect on past successes and failures, revise our individual goals as needed, and plan future projects. ///// Together we will discover new perspectives which will allow us to see our works and their evolution more clearly. From the formulating of group goals to the collecting of works for a final critique, this five-day intensive will be filled with challenging activities designed to increase our technical knowledge, broaden the scope of our vision, and empower our creative inspiration as we produce exciting new works. By examining our responses to a variety of mediums we will find new insights into our individual creative efforts. ///// Subjects for investigation include Acquiring Visual Language Skills, Collage without Liquid Adhesives, Color Theory, The Grammar of Visual Language, Paperless Image Transfer, The Mathematics of Composition, Making Prints from Paintings & Collages, Finding the Muse, The Artist and Society, Framing and Presentation of Finished Works, Finding Exhibition Opportunities, and more. (some of this workshop's specific goals will be determined by the participants at the beginning of the workshop). Hours: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM. Workshop Fee: $500. Includes all materials and free copies of "Collage: A New Approach" and "Acrylic Image Transfer: A Handbook for Artists." Also included are access to all tools in the studio and continental breakfast, full lunch, & refreshments each day. Registrations will be honored in the order in which they are received. Limited to 6 participants. Please read this note about studio workshops. To register for this workshop on-line Click Here. To register by phone call Jonathan at 845-258-4620 (east coast hours please). For accommodations information Click Here. For travel directions Click Here.

view of studio crystal ball Friday, May 19, 2017. The Seligmann Center - Sugar Loaf, NY: CREATIVE COURAGE IN A TIME OF CHANGE: A Community Conversation. /\/\/\/\ FREE /\/\/\/\ How do the recent changes in our society impact our creative lives? How can we creatively address these changes? How can we support each other's creativity? Join with colleagues to explore and develop strategies for preserving creative freedom in these "anti-arts" times. To register for this workshop on-line Click Here. To register by phone call Jonathan at 845-258-4620 (east coast hours please). For a map of the location Click Here. Note: This program is free but an optional $10 donation to cover the cost of refreshments and the meeting space will be appreciated. Presented as part of the national "The Art of Fearlessness" project of the Fellowship of Quakers in the Arts.

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Additional workshops and other programs will be scheduled as time permits. If you would like to be notified of future events, please click here to reach a form which will allow you to add your name, address, and e-mail address to the Talbot mailing list.

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This page is located at www.talbot1.com/workshop and was last updated March 2017