Alcohol Inks + Poetry

The Art Center is excited to co-offer winter workshops with the Blue Pig Gallery in beautiful Palisade. Workshops will be held upstairs at the Blue Pig in over 2,000 square feet of open space, incredibly lit by eight large windows and seven artist workshop sinks to live for. Start your workshop day with a pastry from Slice of Life bakery and join us for lunch in one of our local cafés. Beginning January 11th, 2017, every Wednesday is a WCCA/Blue Pig workshop day as well as selected Saturdays.

Registration is through the Blue Pig: 970-464-4819 (open Tuesday – Sunday, 10am-5pm)

 

Spontaneous Color, Spontaneous Rhythm: Where Alcohol Inks and Poetry Meet
Wendy Videlock
Saturday, Feb. 11, 1-5pm
$65. Materials provided; $15 paid to instructor on day of

Come learn the art of alcohol inks and intuitive, right-brain haiku and tanka. In this class, you will learn to surrender to the right brain and allow the materials and our own intuition guide our paintings and poems. Great for beginners or intermediate-level students, and artists or writers wishing to loosen up their work. Bring a notebook, a pen, and an open mind.

Wendy is an accomplished writer and a visual artist living in Palisade. Her artwork is on display at The Glass Pig, (formerly Working Artists Gallery), Colorado Canyons Gallery and Gifts, Willow Creek, and The Blue Pig Gallery. Her poems and essays have appeared in the New York Times, Hudson Review, Poetry Magazine, Rattle, New Criterion, Best American Poetry, and other literary journals. Her books are available from Able Muse Press and other outlets. To see more of Wendy’s work visit nutshell-wendy.blogspot.com.


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