We all know the power of advertising. Words and images get into our minds and stay through the associations of words and images. Instead of going shopping let’s use words and colour to express our thoughts and feelings.
This class will explore the mysterious ways colour and words work together as a method for making paintings.
Learn different ways to combine colour and words. Reuse words from the media, reflect on word associations, match or counter colours with them.
What will we cover?
This session will look at examples of words in art.
Experiment with colour and words to make a painting.
Develop your creativity and experiment. Learn through planning and spontaneity.
- Wheelchair Accessible Venue
- Gender Neutral Bathroom
- Discounted Early Bird Tickets
- Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreter Upon Request
Who will be Teaching?
Mark (He/Him) is a Melbourne based artist from the UK. He studied Graphic Design and Painting there and had residencies in Italy and Switzerland. His paintings and artists’ books combine translation and abstract imagery. He has taught art and English as a Foreign Language here and overseas.
He divides his time between painting, translation and teaching, and works with most paint mediums, and a range of book formats from digital to low tech. Mark has exhibited locally and internationally, and recently had a solo show in Melbourne. When not in the studio he likes to photograph the streets of Brunswick and explore Victoria by bike. Find him on WordPress, Facebook or Instagram.
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