February 24, 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
TALAS, 330 Morgan Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
Co-organized with Artist & Craftsman
To register email: email@example.com
In this lecture/demo we will explore the vast potential of GOLDEN Gels, Mediums and Pastes. Many of GOLDEN’s products fall in the category of “Watermedia”. Come learn the wide range of techniques that they can be used for, from traditional uses, to printing to college and much more.
Learn how to extend your paint by as much as 70% and create any desired texture and effect.
Did you know GOLDEN acrylic Gels, Mediums and Pastes are great adhesives for mixed media work?
This lecture/demo will also help to demystify pigments. We will compare the slow drying OPEN Acrylic Colors with Heavy Body Acrylic Colors. We will also compare Fluid Acrylics Colors to High Flow Acrylics, which has an ink-like consistency. You will learn about controlling drying time, as well as techniques associated with oils, such as wet-into-wet and glazing. Introducing QoR Modern Watercolors (pronounced “core”) the first major improvement to watercolors in 150 years! Check out these paints, the colors are so intense!
All participants receive a free packet of GOLDEN samples.
About the instructor:
Roy Kinzer has exhibited extensively and is currently represented by Falcon Power. He received the prestigious Pollock-Krasner award 2004. He was invited to be the 2017 Artist-in-Residency at the Newark Academy, the Academy purchased a painting for their school. He has completed numerous commissions, the most recent Grant Thornton LLC, San Jose, 2017; Providence Strategic Growth, Providence, 2016; Price Waterhouse Coopers, Boston, 2015, Grant Thornton LLC, Manhattan, 2014 and the Hyatt Regency New Orleans, in 2011. In 2013 after being included in “Art and Science” at the Freyberger Gallery, Penn State Berks in Reading PA the University acquired four of his paintings for their new renovated science building. He has an M.F.A. (Vermont College) and a Certificate of Art (Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art). His paintings are aerial landscapes derived from altered maps and satellite images.