July 2nd Demonstrator -
One of the many things that I love about life is having limitless opportunities to create. I work with many different materials including graphite, colored pencil, paint, metal, ceramic, paper, plastic, cloth, and wood. And while I believe that all of these materials are wonderful in their own respect, it is working with the natural beauty of wood that gives me the creative outlet that I thrive on.
The work that I produce is as polished and clean as I can make it, oddly stripping it of its natural appearance. In doing so it is given a present status of art as opposed to nature. I am meticulous and analytical in the way that I work with wood. The steps that need to be made to complete the piece are thought out and organized, each having to be done in a certain order. On the other hand, the process of making the piece is an exploration of the material. Finishing the piece is another step-
Rebecca will be teaching a class on July 1st, Sunday from
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. This is a hands on class. If you are interested contact Joel Rubin at 972-
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