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CHALK PASTEL ON PHOTOGRAPHS; MOVING BEHIND PHOTOGRAPHS, ADDING PASTEL CHALK AND PENCIL TO IMAGES

Making photographs with a camera is a creative outlet. The possi- bilities are endless as are the subjects to capture. Sometimes a photographer wants to take his/her “vision” a step further and enhance their work in another fashion, building upon the image they created. Using pastel chalk and pastel pencils can help a photographer explore another avenue of building on images already captured.

Instructor Jerry Mennenga dabbles in enhancing his photographs through using pastel chalk and pencils. In this three-hour workshop, Jerry will talk about printing photographic images on watercolor paper and other mediums and share various ways of enhancing or creating a new work by applying pastels to these photographic images.

Pastel chalk and pencils will be available for students, as will two printed photographic scenes on watercolor paper for students to explore this medium.

Chalk pastel is dusty, so students should wear appropriate clothing that may need cleaning afterward. Students should bring along a towel or other clean cloth to wipe their hands as they will need to remove chalk from their hands from time to time while working in this medium.

Students should bring a thumb drive or flash drive to week one of the class with three to four images on it. The instructor will collect these and save the images to print out for students to work on the following week.

SATURDAYS, NOVEMBER 17 AND 24; 10 A.M. TO NOON
Location: Gaylord Smith Building, Art Studio, Room C129
Fee: $50 / Max: 12 / Min: 5
Lifelong Learning membership required
Course #19/FY-CPDV-2912-01 

 

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