December 3rd, 2016 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
$55 + $10 SUPPLY FEE
In this one day workshop with an award winning artist and instructor, students will review and put into practice the principles of values, edges, color harmony, design and lighting. It will be informative, challenging and FUN!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Lynda DeGrow Kingsley is a McKinney artist who primarily works in 3-D watercolors combining rusted hand-molded papers on a 2-D plane. She recently graduated with a BFA in studio art, emphasis on watercolors from UNT.
In a search for handmade Christmas gifts last year, Lynda developed an idea to create abstract art tiles after seeing a tile necklace an artist friend made with alcohol inks. The abstract art coasters have been so popular that others have asked her to teach how she designs and constructs these brightly colored, fun, tiles.
She is the President of the McKinney Art Club and resides in the Historic District with her husband, program director of the network engineering graduate program at SMU, along with their three rescued Basset hounds.
Provided With Supply Fee
- Eight 4” square ceramic tiles
- Triple Thick Crystal Clear Glaze
- Cork Bottoms
- Disposable Tray
Students will bring
- Alcohol Ink , two sets of 3 per package, assorted colors, by Ranger (Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Jo Ann’s, in the paper crafting, scrapbook section) Use 40% coupon!
- 1 bottle of rubbing alcohol 70% or 91%
- Disposable latex gloves
- Apron (these inks permanently stain)
- Mini-spray bottle
- A dozen Q-tips
- Paper Towels
- Old Small Brushes