I have to admit, I'm a little nervous about painting on carpet. I just know I'm going to be the first one to drop my palette butter side down.
My workshop will be a still life workshop and you can read all about it here. Or you can read about it here:
"Learn some new tricks from award winning still life painter, Katherine Stone. Kate will share her four-step process for paint layering and her methodology for creating a work of art that will not yellow, delaminate, crack or peel. With the help of a slideshow of close up photos of her own work, Kate will also share her techniques for creating textural and optical effects.
While students work on their individual paintings, particular emphasis will be placed on using the natural behavior of oil paint to arrive at convincing textures. Katherine will share her own approach for tackling wood grain, reflections, shadows, and peeling paint. She will also discuss artistic choices in paint application: when to impasto, when to scumble, when to glaze. Students will leave the workshop with a logical step-by-step approach to still life and new confidence when confronted with complex textures and challenging visual effects."
Or, if you'd rather get tattooed, my husband will be working out of Tattoo Boogaloo for the duration of my workshop. And at the end of my workshop we'll all get matching tattoos that say "SVA Workshop 2015" on our left ass cheeks.