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Drawing & Painting Fall Concentration

Drawing & Painting Fall Concentration
September 23 – November 16, 2018
Tonya D. Lee
Color & Abstraction

In this process-oriented workshop we’ll develop abstract imagery using drawing, painting, low-tech printmaking, and collage. We’ll consider color as both form and content and look to the visual world for moments of personal expression. The physical, psychological, and cultural aspects of color will provide a theoretical foundation for its role in abstraction. An emphasis on process and experimentation will be supported by demonstrations, one-on-one and group discussions, and presentations on historic and contemporary references. All levels. Code F00D

Studio artist; teaching: Monmouth University (NJ), Art Institute of Pittsburgh (online); Art Institute of Jacksonville (FL), University of North Florida, Penland; exhibitions: Florida State College, Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art (FL), Parlor Gallery (NJ), J. Johnson Gallery (FL).

Tonya D. Lee, "Untitled (1079)," acrylic on canvas, 20 x 16 inches