WATER INFLUENCE: A Hands-on Experience With Monica Angle


Be inspired by Monica Angle’s style of creating with water media in her workshop, Water Influenced.  This hands-on class begins with a conversation in her gallery exhibition, Working on The Seam. 
Monica will demonstrate several techniques back in the studio
classroom, followed by time for participants to experiment with new and
alternative ways of working with water media.


Artist/Instructor:  Monica Angle
$36 members/$46 not-yet members
Space is limited



 https://www.burchfieldpenney.org/exhibitions/exhibition:02-08-2019-06-30-2019-monica-angle-the-season-cycle/


Supplies:
Disposable pallets
Watercolor paints, paper, and brushes
Lunch/snack

Download the registration form.


For further information go to the International Center For Watercolor or contact Kathy G. Shiroki at shirokkg@buffalostate.edu, 716.878.3549, or visit:

Step Out Buffalo.



Working On The Seam: Installation Photos

On View
Friday, March 8–Sunday, June 30, 2019

at the Burchfield- Penney Art Center



Monica Angle describes Working on the Seam as:

Works that combine techniques of painting
and printmaking.  Using monoprint processes, I apply layers of color by transferring watermedia from a flat surface to paper, wood or canvas. 
Building up the color by layer captures traces left by the water as it
moves across the surface.  Even though I repeat a gesture, it will not
appear the same way twice.  These gestures combine to suggest a space as
pathways and clearings form within an image.  Like the experience of
recalling a place, the images generate a type of map, recording the
channels upon which the image is based.


Working on the Seam: Monica Angle



Working on the Seam: Monica Angle

Upcoming at the Burchfield Penney Art Center

On View
Friday, March 8–Sunday, June 30, 2019  Margaret L. Wendt Gallery   

Monica Angle describes Working on the Seam as, 

“Works that combine techniques of painting
and printmaking.  Using monoprint processes, I apply layers of color by
transferring watermedia from a flat surface to paper, wood or canvas. 
Building up the color by layer captures traces left by the water as it
moves across the surface.  Even though I repeat a gesture, it will not
appear the same way twice.  These gestures combine to suggest a space as
pathways and clearings form within an image.  Like the experience of
recalling a place, the images generate a type of map, recording the
channels upon which the image is based.”

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