ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:
This is a follow up to David Hornung’s Abstraction Through Collage workshop. Students will independently produce new work in a relaxed studio setting with the instructor’s support. As before, classroom discussion will engage formal issues, creative strategies, and the expressive character of abstraction. Studio work will be supplemented by demonstrations and slide presentations. Students may explore a range of techniques including painted paper, surface treatments, and photo montage. Recommended for students who have previously taken Abstraction Through Collage. Students will gain further development of collage technique and formal acumen.
Recommended for artists and designers at all levels. Ages 18+
Friday – Sunday, April 7 – 9, 2023
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Before registering for a class and/or workshop, please review our Covid Policy.
In an effort to maintain our non-toxic environment, the Woodstock School of Art does not permit the use of turpentine or mineral spirits in the painting studios. Learn more.
Those with special needs and/or requests may email the registrar.
Please note that for workshops lasting all day there is a one-hour break from twelve noon to one PM. Students are invited to bring lunch and eat at the school or may go to any of the local dining establishments. The school does not provide lunch or refreshments.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
David Hornung is a painter and collage artist whose work has been widely exhibited. He holds a BA in art from the University of Delaware and an MFA in painting from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Over the course of a long teaching career, he has served on faculties at Indiana University, Skidmore College, Adelphi University, and The Rhode Island School of Design. He is the author of Color: A Workshop for Artists and Designers (Laurence King Pub Ltd.), a textbook that has been translated into six languages and is used in art schools and private studios around the world. The third edition was published in September 2020.
For the past 10 years David has been teaching art workshops in the US and abroad. Elizabeth Ferrill, the artistic director of painting, drawing, and printmaking at Anderson Ranch has written, “David is a skilled teacher who is able to teach to all levels, from beginner to advanced. He is a clear communicator, and his kindness causes even the most tentative student to feel at ease and gain confidence.”
David’s work is represented in Woodstock NY by the Elena Zang Gallery. For more information see davidhornung.com.