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Acrylic Photo Image Transfer & Acrylic Skins with Shari Pratt

Location: 
Langley
Sat, October 14, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Sat, October 14, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Explore the amazing capacity of acrylic media and how it can be used in alternative ways.

Learn a variety of methods to transfer your own images and photographs into gel mediums and incorporate them into your artwork using tapes, gels, grounds and pastes. You will also learn how to make direct image transfers, an immediate way of incorporating photocopied images into your work.

Shari will also teach you how to create image transfers as acrylic skins, a great technique for embedding your images into other surfaces, in a more intermixable way (when working in acrylic).

You will leave with a solid understanding of how to create both direct image transfers and images transfers as acrylic skins. The ideas are endless of how to integrate them into intriguing collaged works.

Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus Langley or contact them at 604‑533‑0601 to register.


Shari Pratt is a Canadian born artist who works predominantly in the medium of painting, but often includes found photography and artefacts in her installations. Pratt completed an MFA at the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a Bachelor of Art Education Major from the University of British Columbia. Pratt has shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout BC, Canada, and the United States. She has participated in several residencies and is a member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and the Portrait Society of Canada. Pratt has won many awards including the Alex Colville Award for Excellence in Acrylic Painting and the British Columbia Arts Council Scholarship Award. She is currently interested in the correlation between photography and the reconstructive memory process by way of the nature in which we interpret things.

www.sharipratt.com

Acrylic Photo Image Transfer & Acrylic Skins