Two-Day Collage Workshop with George Schulman

CityAmityville
CountySuffolk (NY3002)
Date03/13/2019
Hours10:30
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Amityville
Suffolk (NY3002)
Tel 2019-03-13
Categoria Events
Two-Day Collage Workshop with George Schulman

ABOUT GEORGE SCHULMAN Often looking like a kaleidoscope of candy-colored maps in some fantasy place, paintings, and collages created by Master Artist George Schulman whose spent a lifetime of testing the boundaries of art. A lifelong artist at the age of four to escape the wrath of his father a WWII Returnee with PTS, Schulman moved in with his Grandparents; a wedding dress designer and tailor who made suites. Schulman’s first paintings were on brown paper bags painted with white shoe polish and collages made from discarded fabric, lace, buttons, and novelty collected from their floor. The Sweatshop girls across the alley who loved him taught him to sew while Cockeye the one-eyed feral cat kept him company. Today Schulman’s work often mimic zippers and attached buttons, found and collected novelty, incorporate sewing, found and made objects, painted with oil and acrylic paint and 24Kt gold.

Schulman’s earliest influences came from the Modern and Classical Masterpieces which surrounded him in his much older childless second mother, first cousin, Freda Diamond Murray Hill Manhattan Brownstone where she worked and lived. A Smithsonian Mid Century Martha Stewart, who created color coordinated Glassware and home accessories and furnishings, from ages 4-9 Schulman’s first teachers were her friend’s artists Miro and Chagall. A Soho 80’s Artist Schulman mentored Jean Michel Basquiat, befriended and worked with 20th and 21st A-Listers including Knox Martin, Larry Rivers, Allan D’Arcangelo, Norman Lewis, Allen D’Arcangelo and Philip Pearlstein. ABOUT THE CLASS The Art of Collage  Over this two-day weekend workshop, you will learn from Master Collagist George Schulman the art of making Collage.
Referring to his and the works of Picasso, Matisse, and Cezanne during the course you should leave with a finished collage and with the confidence to how to use the 4 elements of design: color, form, line, and design. At the end of the weekend, there will be a group discussion and review of what you learned. Returning Students will be coached on collages completed after the workshop or created between workshops. Supplies provided by instructor: 18 x 24” Canvas Board Liquitex Glue Acrylic Paints  Containers Brushes Markers Pencils Students should bring the following materials:  Scissors Cut up, tear or break fabric, lace, wallpaper, original or copies of photos, notes, greeting cards, memorabilia, novelty, old buttons, toys etc. The instructor will demonstrate: How to compose a picture  Various Collage techniques.
Ways to attach materials to keep them stable and archival. How to remove and make changes with confidence. Using Masterworks to illustrate collage techniques, you will be shown how they created work of art. Specific examples of making a collage from its beginning, middle, where it is taken to another dimension, and lastly it’s completion. Over this two-day workshop period, you should leave with a finished work and a group discussion of what was learned. *Returning Students will be coached on collages completed after the workshop or created between workshops. The object of this weekend workshop is to provide you with the confidence to be able to gather materials independently and have an idea of how to use both design,  color, and texture when creating a collage.  FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS WHEN DOES THE WORKSHOP START? Each day of the workshop is 3 hours.
Class starts at 10:30 AM and ends at 1:30 PM. DO I NEED TO BRING ANYTHING TO CLASS? Students should bring found objects they would like to collage with. Cut up, tear or break fabric, lace, wallpaper, original or copies of photos, notes, greeting cards, memorabilia, novelty, old buttons, toys etc. Think floral, landscape, politics, or pets.   WHERE IS THE WORKSHOP? The workshop will be at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum at the Upper Carriage House. Please check in at the Main Arboretum Office. WHAT IS THE FEE? The workshop costs $135.00 plus there is a one-time materials fee of $35.00 payable to the instructor on the day of class. In total the class is $170.00. IS THERE A MINIMUM/MAXIMUM CLASS SIZE? For this workshop, there is a minimum class size of 4 and a maximum of 20.
ARE THERE REFUNDS? All non-refundable proceeds from these classes directly benefit efforts to preserve, restore, and enhance the historic character of Bayard Cutting Arboretum. Thank you, in advance, for your support. For more information please visit our website.

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