Classes, Retreats, and Private Mentoring Sessions
Our essential selves are creative. As we immerse ourselves in the natural world, we awaken the ancient impulse to create. Our senses come alive when working with the earthy textures and unrefined art materials. Jill teaches many of these artistic processes in her studio, and at Naropa University. Contact Jill if you would like to arrange a workshop or presentation for your group.
For more information on any of these classes, please click any of the titles below. TO REGISTER for a class, scroll down for registration form and instructions.
New kozo workshop- Innovative Techniques February 22, 2014 from 11 to 4pm $125 Registration through Two Hands Paperie in Boulder, Colorado! There are a few spaces left - call now.
Come learn about Kozo - a remarkably ancient and modern material- the steamed inner bark of a shrub grown traditonally in asian countries for making Washi (rice paper). This is a workshop for those wanting to learn about kozo in depth. We'll look at... (click on title of workshop for full details)
Register by calling (303) 444-0124 or on line at Two Hands Paperie, Boulder Colorado
Handmade brushes made from all natural materials. Jill has been teaching this workshop for over a decade. It combines a love of animal hair, plant materials, and fine craftsmanship. We'll explore all types of brushes, using methods from many cultures including work with bamboo, horsehair, squirrel tail, and yucca. Once the brushes are created we will experiment with painting, using natural pigments that we mix into paints. Many people choose to make brushes as art objects, although in use they free up a painter to make unusual types of marks which are not possible with commercially made brushes.
Contact Jill to schedule a brush workshop at jillpowers.com Request a yucca brush workshop as a specialty class.
Jill offers coaching and support for individuals who seek guidance and inspiration on their artistic journeys. Sessions in Jill’s studio in Boulder, Colorado (or through Skype) offer a deep look at the development of your work and your creative life.
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Upcoming workshops in connection with Jill Powers’ exhibition at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History.
DRAWING WINGED INSECTS FROM THE MUSEUM COLLECTIONS
SUNDAY OCT 20, 2013 1-3:30 in a reserved room at the Natural History Museum
ART INSECTS - ALL NATURAL at Jill's studo
SAT OCT 26, 2013 9:30 - 12:30
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Treat yourself to a day of rich textures, colors, and forms. Choose from a selection of explorations or projects with all natural materials. Make unique gifts for someone special, or deepen your own studio approaches.
Unusual natural materials for incorporation into your artistic work.
This class will be held periodically. Check the website for updates.
An unusual skin material which is translucent and parchment like. Explore contemporary techniques with this traditional media of the Alaskan eskimo people. Can be a surface for painting, an outer skin for objects, or a sculptural medium on its own.
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Next Papyrus Art Workshop on August 24,2013. Enjoy working with the inner beauty of fruits and vegetables. We'll transform them into surprisingly intense and beautiful compositions. Strong, lasting and unusual, they will add intriguing layers to many art forms.
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To register for classes and reserve your space, please download and fill out this Registration Form, then email it to JPowersStudio at gmail dot com. I will contact you to make payment arrangements and confirm your reservation for the class.
Class size is limited. Sign up early! Class payments are non-refundable one week prior to the class start date, due to all the materials I order and gather, and the time I spend in preparing them.
Thank you for your interest! - Jill