October 22, 2016
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Talas, 330 Morgan Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
In this lecture/demo we will explore the vast potential of Golden gel, mediums and pastes. Learn how to extend your paint by as much as 70% and crete any desired texture and effect. Did you know Golden acrylic gels, mediums and pastes are great adhesives for collage?
This lecture/demo will also help to demystify pigments. We will compare the slow drying OPEN line with Heavy Boy paints. You will learn about controlling drying time, as well as techniques associate with oils, such as wet-into-wet and glazing.
Not just acrylics… Williamsburg Handmade Oils is now a part of Golden Artist Colors. The same high quality that you have come to expect from Golden from these unique oil paints. Try these oil paints and you’ll be in for a big surprise!
QoR (pronounced “core”) is the first major improvements to watercolors in 150 years. We can’t wait to share these intense colors with you!
All participants will receive a free packet of Golden samples!
Registration is limited to 30 participants.
To reserve your seat, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecture will be presented by Roy Kinzer.
Roy Kinzer has exhibited extensively and is currently represented by Falcon Power. He received the prestigious Pollack-Krasner award in 2004. He has completed numerous commissions, the most recent at Price Waterhouse Coopers (Boston, 2015), Grant Thornton LLC (New York, 2014), and the Hyatt Recency (New Orleans, 2011). In 2013 after having been included in “Art and Science” at the Freyberg Gallery, Penn State Berks in Reading PA the University acquired four of his paintings for their new renovated science building. He has an MFA from Vermont College and a Certificate of Art from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art. His paintings are aerial landscapes derived from altered maps and satellite images.