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Drawing & Painting Summer Session 3

Drawing & Painting Summer Session 3
June 19–July 1
Clarence Morgan
Cultivating Aesthetic Instincts: Process, Systems, and New Forms

This workshop will explore a combination of approaches to drawing and painting with a focus on material processes and the development of ideas. The objective is to produce works inspired by independent thinking, aesthetic resourcefulness, and innate curiosity. We’ll approach our work with an open mind regarding materials, content, and methods as we explore unfamiliar terrain that will challenge conventional notions of drawing. We’ll have individual guidance, group discussions, and readings pertaining to the why and how of drawing as an essential artistic practice in the twenty-first century. Intermediate level: students should be conversant with the fundamentals of art and have some experience with a studio practice.

Professor of art at University of Minnesota; other teaching: East Carolina University (NC), Minneapolis College of Art & Design; collections: Weisman Art Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Des Moines Art Center (IA), Minneapolis Institute of Art, Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts; representation: Tory Folliard Gallery (Milwaukee), Burnet Fine Art & Advisory (MN).

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Clarence Morgan, Nothing Is Apparent, graphite, acrylic ink, pen, watercolor crayon on paper, 22 x 30 inches
Clarence Morgan, Nothing Is Apparent, graphite, acrylic ink, pen, watercolor crayon on paper, 22 x 30 inches