Contemporary Art Workshops
Pouring Resin, Pouring Paint with Leslie Morgan + Pat Calabro (Video Workshop)
Join two Bay Area artists in two separate lessons and videos to learn all about pouring! Learn all of the ins and outs of resin pouring with Leslie Morgan and acrylic paint pouring with Pat Calabro. You can take part in of both of these workshops, that were held at Jen Tough Gallery studio space in California in 2019. There are plenty of demos, studio action, Q&A's and instructor feedback. Overhead and situational shots will give you the feeling you were part of these fun and informative workshops.
This is an online video workshop. Upon purchase, you will have lifetime access with unlimited viewing. No need to download, you can watch it wherever you have an Internet connection and a device. It is viewable on a desktop computer, smartphone or tablet. This workshop is in English.
This workshop is a two lesson video workshop, 82 minutes total. There are plenty of clear explanations and process shots from overhead and observational views, and was filmed during live, in-person workshops.
This workshop is good for artists of all levels who are interested in adding new techniques to their practice.
About the instructors:
Leslie Morgan (Resin Pouring): My artwork has come from memories of summers spent leaping and diving, doing cannonballs and back flips, participating in breath holding contests and looking up through chlorine filtered sunlight daydreaming. In water, we become weightless, buoyant and free both in mind and body. As a competitive swimmer and Psychologist for most of my life, these are elements I consciously integrate into my work. Using found objects, paint and photographs, I create nostalgic paintings of the past I carry with me into the present.
Instructor website: http://www.lesliemorganart.com/
Pat Calabro (Paint Pouring): For most of my life, I have differentiated myself with humor and hard work. I had no idea how important art would become to my life until I retired. I merged my computer experience and art to obtain a graphic design certificate.
I moved on to a ‘pour paint’ technique because I love texture. Pour painting doesn’t use the same tools as traditional painting to create art. Often fluid paints are poured directly onto the chosen substrate and then manipulated by tilting or pushing the paint.
Creating art from an emotional place can be a good thing, but the downside of working without a plan is that I sometimes wind up with too much intensity in my work. I tone down some areas to make places for the eye to rest. I am learning that my art is a process and what I create may not be perfect. I try to accept this and continue to put my work out anyway, knowing that some people will not understand it. Some see what I see, and that is enough. This feeds my passion to do more.
Instructor website: https://www.pourpat.com/
This is an online video workshop. Upon purchase, you will have lifetime access with unlimited viewing. No need to download, you can watch it wherever you have an Internet connection and a device. It is viewable on a desktop computer, smartphone or tablet. This workshop is in English. We're sorry, we are unable to offer refunds on any video workshops. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please email us so we can make it right: Workshops@JenTough.gallery
Directly after purchase, you will receive an email with link to your video and a password to access it. For security reasons, you will be asked to verify your email address. If you have any difficulties accessing the video, please email: Workshops@JenTough.Gallery
This video is just over an hour, and is 2 separate lessons.