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CRAFT STASH

FANTASTIC! I was interviewed for the latest episode of the Craft Stash podcast and it was posted online late last night. When Kim visited the print shop I was in the process of printing my latest acrylic screen print and she caught me right smack in the middle, color #8 of 15. In the video I discuss a little bit about screen preparation and I give a way one small trick-of-the-trade.

This is amazing! Thank you Kim for coming to the print shop to take part in Late Night Art Night.

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WATER MEDIA: PAINTING INTENSIVE

The Long Island Academy of Fine Art is offering a brand new course in their summer workshop schedule. Register now! Enrollment is limited.

WATER MEDIA: PAINTING INTENSIVE
instructor: Diana Corvelle

TUESDAYS
July 5th – August 29th
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

This class invites all levels of artists to translate their skills to water-based media. Gouache, watercolor, acrylic, and water-soluble crayons or colored pencils all provide a rewarding relationship with color and form, and can also be used together in creative combinations. After an introduction to the basic techniques of each media, and an overview of how combining the materials can best be achieved, students may choose which medium they would like to explore and begin on their independent project. Students will begin by mapping out their composition in pencil and will then progress to the color in the medium(s) of their choosing. Subject matter may include still life, self-portrait or master copy works.

Students may choose gouache, watercolor, acrylic, or water-soluble crayons or colored pencils, and focus on still-life, self-portrait, or Master copy projects. All levels welcome.

The Long Island Academy of Fine Art
14 Glen St.
Suite 201, 2nd Floor
Glen Cove, NY 11542

GREG MINAH – LANDSCAPE & OCCUPATION



Greg Minah
landscape and occupation
2010
acrylic on canvas
42″ x 42″



Another talented painter to come out of the UMDCP Art Program! Greg lives and works in Baltimore and dreams of one day being on Art Game showslike his buddies in NY : ) He is a part time comedian / magician, a highschool homecoming king and some may know him as “major”. Keep up the hard work Greg – the new paintings look awesome. Special big congratulations to you and your lovely new wife! Enjoyed the Facebook album experience of it all. Are we going to have a 10 year collaboration reunion piece? Maybe you’re due for a NY trip in the near future?
-BF