2017 Teaching Schedule

Katie Dell Kaufman’s Teaching Schedule 2017

 

 

 

Spring 2017

Collage Class (January – May) – Weekly class at Takoma Park Community Center, Takoma Park, MD (part of a continuing 2 year curriculum). See specific class descriptions below.

Session oneTertiary Triads & Photo/Transfer (Temperature) Unity Triad #2 color palette ∙ Aspects of color: Temperature (gradation, key and contrast) ∙ Acrylic transfers and multiple transfers (black and white), Layering images, patterns, solids and transfers in collage.

Session two: Complementaries & Concentric Circles (Interference paints) Harmony Radiating design (non-starburst) as an organizing principle (partial and full concentric circles and spiral) ∙ Double complementary palette ∙ Aspects of color: Chroma (gradation, key and contrast) ∙ Hand-altered rice papers with using stamps plastic wrap, stencils (handmade and purchased) with acrylic paints.

Session three: Object as Organizer, Texture & the 3rd Dimension (Unity conflict and Dominance) Object and/or Texture as organizing principle ∙ Neutrals palette ∙ Aspects of color: Color temperature (gradation, key and contrast) ∙ Working with (and gluing down)
textures and 3-D object

Encaustic Collage Weekend Workshop (February 11 & 12) – Takoma Park Community Center, Takoma Park, MD

Encaustic Monotype Workshop (March 18 & 19) Pyramid Atlantic, Hyattsville, MD

Collage Weekend Workshop (April 1 & 2) – Gateway Art Center, Brentwood MD

Fall 2017

Collage Class (September – December) – Weekly class at Takoma Park Community Center, Takoma Park, MD (part of a continuing 2 year curriculum). See specific class descriptions below.

Session one:  Silhouette, Pattern & the Single Color Palette (Transfers/multiple transfers) ∙ Black and white and one color palette and the monochrome palette ∙ Aspects of color: value (gradation and contrast) ∙ Organizing principle: silhouette ∙ Acrylic transfers and multiple transfers.

Session two: Singed, Smoked & Shredded (Black, Brown, Beige, and White/Window) ∙ Window (a modified grid pattern) as an organizing principle ∙ Black, Brown, Beige, and White palette ∙ Aspects of color: Color Temperature (gradation, key and contrast) ∙ Hand-altered papers (on transparent, translucent and opaque, papers) with burning, singeing, and smoking, developing systems of temperature gradation through selecting warm or cool ranges of color or color key.