Be fearless and rediscover your artist within!  Our Golden Brush Workshops are led by recognized artists and feature a variety of mediums.

 

Workshops are open to the public and members who wish to attend.  They are held twice per month from January to April, from 1:00 to 4:00 after our Golden Brush weekly Tuesday meetings.  Check the calendar for specific dates and times - as we identify the featured Workshop Artist, the calendar and this web page will be updated with more information!

GOLDEN BRUSH ART GROUP at SJCCA

WORKSHOPS

Golden Brush Workshops for 2019:

Previous Golden Brush Workshops:

January, 2017 Golden Brush workshops:

Introduction to Soul Collage® with Gabriele Solterra

SoulCollage® is choosing images from magazines that attract you in some way (using your intuition) and gluing them down on a 5x8" piece of mat board.  The arrangement of images creating the collage is a method of discovering a piece of your soul and learning about yourself, eventually "speaking from the card." 

Jan. 10 from 1 to 4. $30. To register, call Gabriele  952-239-2755 or Linda at 239-283-5207

 

Acrylic/Oil Beach Seascape with Joan Roberts
Jan. 17 from 1 to 4. $25.  For information call Linda at 283-5207.  View Joan's work at jrobertsart. com

Big Brush Watercolor with Roy John Fuller
January 28 from 9 to 4. $45.  To register call Linda at 283-5207.  View Roy's work at royjohnfuller.com

March, 2017 Golden Brush workshops:

Decorative Gourds with Barbara Gomes

March 21st - 1:00 to 4:00PM
 

Cost is $45 and includes cleaned gourd some materials.

See Barbara's artwork at  Island Conclave.  

Call Cynthia Harris  558-8763

Acrylics with Mimi Little 

March 28th - 1:00 to 4:00PM


Mimi exhibits her work at the Wild Child Gallery

in Matlacha.  Call Linda 283-5207

Golden Brush - March 2016
Diane Loosenort & Caryne Hanson

January 15, 2019

Nancy Barr - Alcohol Ink

Alcohol inks are fast-drying, highly pigmented, alcohol-based inks that are great to use on any hard, non-porous surface including glass, metal, plastic, ceramic, stone, leather and polymer clay. ... Alcohol ink is waterproof, adding to its durable properties. These dye-based inks are transparent and extremely vibrant.

January 22, 2019

Janet Sams - Glass Art

January 29, 2019

Mel Meo - Acrylics

February 19, 2019

Jean Curley - Watercolor

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