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Painted Plates with Claire Wilson

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Friday, June 28, 5:00 - 6:30pm PT

In anticipation of the latest season of The Bear returning this month it’s time to paint some dishes inspired by one of my favourite shows. I have watched The Bear twice over and like many am still not over the seven fishes episode! In addition to the powerful storytelling I am obsessed with the lead character Carmen’s sketches of the restaurant's new menu. The series led me down a culinary rabbit hole and I found so many inspiring plates of food just waiting to be painted. I also now want to put herbs on every meal using tweezers. 

In this session we’ll be studying colourful cuisine and observe the wide range of ingredients, composition , and texture. Exploring wet on wet, charging, glazing and pulling techniques we’ll move pigments around to capture the art of food.

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 PT so that everyone has plenty of time to join!

 

SUGGESTED MATERIALS:

  • Mixing Palette
  • Small Plate or bowl to trace around
  • Pencil - I prefer to use a 2H/3H
  • Brushes - size 3-5 round medium and 0-2 fine liners for smaller details
  • 2 x Cups of Water
  • Paper Towel
  • Watercolor paper - I’ll be using my fave 140lb Arches cold press 7.9 x 7. 9 watercolour paper block but any 140lb/300gms watercolour paper will work
  • Spare sheet of paper to swatch colours and do a warm up exercise
  • References Images will be provided
  • *optional - washi or artists tape
  • **optional - Hair dryer to speed up drying time!
  • *** optional - Titanium white watercolour or white gouache

ABOUT CLAIRE

Claire Wilson is a fine artist, creative educator, and textile designer living in Brooklyn, NY. Through her work she explores the beauty of the female form, interior spaces & fashion while considering the use of colour, shape and textures. Having spent her career creating fabric designs in the fashion industry, colour palettes are the foundation of her practice.

See more of Claire’s work at smudgestudiobk.com and Instagram: @smudge_studiobk

 

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.

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