Upcoming workshops at the Arts Council in Jacksonville, North Carolina

Jacksonville/Onslow County

 

Jake Van Wyk will teach workshop

Tuesday, August 19 – Mono-printmaking – 1 to 4pm – limit of 15

Mono-printing using Caron Dasche crayons on Rag Stock

Ink wiping and layering using process inks

Workshop will stress image planning, buildup and registration using

plexi-glass templates as a printing matrix as well as other transfer techniques

All materials including Arches rag stock paper will be provided – bring your images. $20.00

Jake Van Wyk

Jake Van Wyk

 

 

Wednesday, August 20 – Hand building techniques in Clay – 1 to 5pm

Hands on experience in working with a special sculpture stoneware clay

to extend hand construction techniques for sculptural works.

All materials will be provided – bring sketches and ideas – limit of 15 students. $25.00

 

 

Wednesday evening, Aug. 20 – Master class for Wheel Throwing – 7 to 9:30

Limited to 5 potters – advanced wheel technique in height accomplishment,

Expanded texture, multi-sectional ware, and marble ware techniques.. $25.00

 

 

Tuesday morning, evening, and Weds. morning Portfolio Reviews

          Individual portfolio review and assessment – @$20 per ½ hour – Schedule

slots with The Council for the Arts. Actual art or slides on computer can be

assessed in the following media: Drawing(all kinds), Painting, Printmaking,

Clay media and sculpture, and photography(black and white and color)

 

 

Jake Van Wyk has taught all of the above media and is a practicing artist – He has had 30 one person art exhibits, completed several large scale public commission pieces, is widely collected and has juried dozens of art exhibits, craft fairs, and high school and college level art.

 

The Council for the Arts is located at 826 New Bridge Street in downtown Jacksonville. For more information, call (910) 455-9840 or visit the website www.jaxarts.com

Michael "Beach Mick" Hudson

About the Author:

Michael "Beach Mick" Hudson is the founder and Editor of Beach Carolina Magazine. Living along the coast of North Carolina, Mike has a passion for the beach and loves to bring news and events of the Carolinas to others around the world.

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