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  • 2018 Wofford - Judith Kruger


    March 19 - 23, 2018
    Medium: Paint, ink, mixed media
    Level: All Levels 
    Tuition:  $700
    Lab Fee: $170 (includes most supplies and equipment)

    In this course students will reinterpret nature’s deep imagery and essence employing matter from nature itself, within a limited palette. Paint, ink and home-made gesso will be made from inorganic and organic sources including pine soot, shells and earth minerals. Natural metallics will be introduced for warmth and depth. These arcane processes have been employed for thousands of years on cave walls, screens and scrolls, and aboriginal works. A variety of drawing, painting and collage techniques will be covered to cultivate individualized expression. This meaningful, process-driven, ecological (non-toxic, water-based) work truly nurtures the heart and spirit.
    Abstractionists and realists at all skill levels are welcome. 

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    Judith Kruger  is a visual artist whose paintings, prints and mixed media works address Human-Environment connectivity. She is recognized internationally for her advocacy of historic, natural painting materials and historic, ecological processes. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and is held in private, public and corporate collections, which include Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, SCAD, Hong Kong, Hammond Museum, North Salem, NY, Phipps Conservatory’s Center for Sustainable Landscapes, Pittsburgh, PA and Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT. Kruger holds a BFA from Syracuse University and an MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design. She is the recipient of recent professional development grants from the Target Foundation and Mass MoCA’s Assets for Artists program. Her studio is located in an old hosiery mill, 125 miles north of New York City, at the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains.

    Schedule of the Week

    Sunday, March 18


    6:00 pm - Opening Wine Reception at 
    The Rosalind Salenger Richardson Center for the Arts – 

    130 Memorial Drive, Spartanburg, SC 29303

    Monday - Thursday, 
    March 19 - 23


    9:30 - 4:30 pm – Judith Kruger Workshop at the Goodall Center 

    for Environmental Studies, 352 Broadway Street,

    Glendale, SC 29346

    Lunch break at 12:30 pm 

    Either bring lunch or catered options will be available

     Friday, March 23


     9:30 - 3:30 pm - Workshop, lunch, wrap up session

               3:30 pm - clean up, pack up, depart

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    • A full refund is made when a student registers for a workshop that is canceled or already full at the time of registration.
    • An email or letter of cancellation is required for withdrawals. Students who withdraw before January 15, 2018 receive a refund of the workshop deposit less a 25% registration & processing fee. 
    • If a cancellation is made after January 15, 2018, the deposit is forfeited, but a credit for the amount may be applied to another workshop that same calendar year. You may also transfer your deposit to a friend or family member for that same calendar year or make a  tax deductible donation  to Cullowhee Mountain ARTS. (There are some workshops that may have earlier cut off dates due to demand - this will be noted in your confirmation email).
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