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Meditation on Alma Thomas' Stripes with Anjelika Deogirikar Grossman

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Tuesday, April 16, 5:00pm - 6:30pm PST

When I first discovered artist and educator Alma W. Thomas’ work, I was captivated by the bright repeating patterns. Learning more about her practice and her “Alma Stripes,” I use this practice as an exploration of my watercolor materials to focus on varying color combinations and pattern making by playing with varying water-paint ratios and trying different types of paintbrushes.

Inspired by Thomas’ explorations of color, abstraction, and pattern making, participants will explore using Alma’s Stripes to create their own geometric patterns.

Join zoom 15 minutes early (4:45pm) for an informal meet and greet with the instructor and other class participants! Session instructions will begin promptly at 5:05pm PST so that everyone has plenty of time to join!

SUGGESTED MATERIALS:

  • Your favorite Watercolor paints — at least 3 colors (some of Anjelika’s CfM favorites include Fluorescent Brick Red, Ultramarine Blue, and CfM Pacific)
  • Watercolor paper: * 2-4 sheets of watercolor paper (cold press preferred) between 5”x7” to 8”x10” (we will be working in multiples so helpful to have some time to dry in between) * 1-2 scrap pieces of watercolor paper
  • Brushes (round or flat preferred), for example size 4 round or size 4 flat
  • Pencil
  • Water
  • Paper towel
  • optional: artists tape, washi tape

ABOUT ANJELIKA

Anjelika found her love for CfM when she was on the hunt for the perfect watercolors to match the landscape of Death Valley and Mojave Desert back in 2019. She loves typography, design and color theory and draws inspiration from textiles, political posters, and patterns found in nature. She is an artist-in-residence at the Georgetown Lombardi Arts & Humanities Program at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.. She is a scientist, researcher, and educator; by day, Anjelika is the Associate Director of the Massive Data Institute at Georgetown University.

See more of Anjelika’s work on her Instagram at @anjelika and @democracypostcards.

 

All workshops are recorded and the replay will be automatically available the day after class to everyone who paid for a spot! The link to the recording will expire 30 days after the date of the workshop.

* Zoom links are emailed 24 hours before the workshop starts; please check out using the email address to which you’d like the link sent. If you have not received the link within 24 hours prior to the class, please check your spam folder first and email friends@caseformaking.com

** If you’d like to cancel, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can open up the spot! We are only able to refund if we’re notified at least 48 hours prior to the workshop. 


Thank you so much for taking our workshops. We do ask if you are planning on teaching in the future by using anything you’ve learned from us, to please credit Case for Making + the individual instructor where applicable.