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Adria's Lanesville Workshop - A Creative Retreat

Lured by the beauty of the north shore of Boston, I once again brought a group of students to Lanesville, MA for a week of artmaking. Nine lovely people joined me for some serious fun and exploration using mostly acrylics. As I work for Golden Paints, much of my teaching revolves around helping students understand the versatility of the medium and what all those different products actually can do for them.

Our studio, the Lanesville Community Center



It was very exciting to see this student working super big! This is 40" x 30" printmaking paper using the fabulous transparency of Golden High Flow acrylics and hand-cut stencils, below.

Hand cut stencils from a roll of Mylar.

Letting loose with acrylics on paper. Some with lots of water added, some right out of the bottle.

A wonderful wall of experimental painting, layers of thinned out acrylics!




Of course, Gelli plate printing!


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