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Workshop | Intro to Creativity Jackson Pollock Week

April 9 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

$38

This session featuring the work of Jackson Pollock who was a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement.

We’re excited to welcome you back to Arts Warehouse for this monthly workshop! This acrylic painting workshop is a little art history, a little technique, and a lot of creative exploration. Intro to Creativity will be a chance for artists or new artists of any level to tap into new processes using acrylic paint. Instructor Beverly “Bevo” Manning will lead the workshop exploring a selected artist each class, and guiding students through the painting techniques used to make some of their most famous works.

The main goal for Intro to Creativity is to give an opportunity for students to learn, explore, relax and enjoy painting! While everyone is encouraged to take this workshop, it was designed these people in mind: those who’ve never painted before, those who feeling a creative block, and those who just are curious to explore something new. Each session is themed on a different famous artist, so you are welcome to attend as many as you’d like!

Before starting the workshop, the instructor will introduce a meditation technique meant to open up the creative mind, helping each student set a specific intention that will subconsciously influence his/her/their painting style. Get ready to get creative!

 

All materials are provided.

Deadline to register is April 8th, 5pm.

This workshop is best for ages 16+

 

Don’t just take our word for it, here are some reviews from previous participants:

“I really enjoyed this class. Great morning, great instructor.”

“Amazing! Wonderful way to spend a Saturday morning! Feeling gratitude for Beverly and Arts Warehouse!”

“Bev was inspiring! It’s been a long while since I held a paintbrush and have been feeling a little less than creative. Class was fun, art history mixed with meditation and painting- what could be better?! Thanks for helping me start to breakthrough my creative/artistic block!”

 

IN COMPLIANCE WITH CDC GUIDELINES

To ensure the safety and comfort of workshop attendees:

  • Each attendee will have their own table and supplies.
  • Tables will be spaced six feet apart.
  • All visitors/attendees will be temperature checked at the door.
  • Masks are required to be worn at all times while within Arts Warehouse, and the duration of the workshop.
  • Hand sanitizing station upon entry and throughout the building
  • Latex gloves are available, or you can bring your own if desired

Click here to register for this class via Eventbrite

** In the event of a cancellation more than seventy two (72) hours prior to the event date, the applicant will receive a refund of the ticket fee. No refund will be given if less than seventy two (72) hours notice of the cancellation is given.

 

About the Instructor:

Beverly was born in New York City and raised in Ecuador. She graduated from Western Connecticut State University with a BA degree in Art with a concentration in Graphic Design and Photography. In 1996 she moved to Florida where she worked as a Graphic Designer.

Best known for her colorful abstract paintings, Manning acquired her technical skills by working with renowned painters from the South Florida area. She uses a wide range of mediums such as acrylics, newspaper, oil pastels and crayons, even her interior house paints. In other words, any and everything that can help to create and obtain vibrant paintings. Inspiration comes in many different forms, such as photos, flowers, and anything that touches her creativity. The main objective is to communicate feelings through colors and flowing lines that suggest the freedom of movement. Manning uses an array of techniques which range from Tapping and Meditation to art exercises in order to tune into her feelings. The techniques open up her creativity and prevents judgement towards her own creations.

In March of 2018, Manning exhibited at the office of The Octopi Group in Delray Beach, where 27 paintings in a collection where presented. She also has exhibited at Style de Vie and Cornell Museum in Delray Beach.

During the summer of 2019, she gave a number of workshops of personal wellness, nutrition and meditation by applying the knowledge obtained as a nutritional coach and therapeutic art life coach.