Image by Mike Zeis
There’s a fine line between abstract and minimalism. Often, abstract can present a minimalist image. Architecture can be minimalism. Even the curve of a throat can be minimalism. Play with minimalism and see how sometimes less can be more.
This is presented in a fun workstation environment. There is a brief introduction and then we move from station to station with our cameras, playing with different ideas and talking with each other about what we’re doing. It’s a fun, collaborative effort.
If you’ve got a cellphone or a camera, bring it along to play. If you don’t, that’s fine! You can watch, learn, and enjoy the experience. All are welcome, and it’s free!
There might be a few painters painting in the gallery while we play. That will be great – we can take photos of their brushes and paints :).
Saturday, March 10th, 2018
1pm – 3pm
BVAA Alternatives Uxbridge Community Gallery
5 South Main Street
Uxbridge, MA 01569
There is a TON of free parking immediately next to this building. It is fully and easily handicapped accessible. Teens and up are warmly welcome! Beginners are enthusiastically welcome!
This fascinating workshop is free. It is open to the public. If you can, please make sure you register beforehand so we know how many to expect. If you have a camera or cellphone, bring it for some hands-on practice.
The instructor for this workshop is: