Instructor: Jacqueline Bishop
July 23-27
Monday - Friday
1-4 pm
5 Sessions

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Participants will collect discarded materials of their choice that would otherwise end up in a landfill: paper, newspaper, clothes, books, letters, packaging, paper bags, cardboard, furniture pieces, etc. and will transform the discarded objects into art. The class will briefly spend time in the surrounding natural landscape of the studio and focus on what they see and experience and apply this subject matter to the discarded object through painting and drawing. The end results will be to assemble a "landfill installation" for final discussion. 

Jacqueline Bishop’s paintings, drawings and installation explore the long tradition of landscape painting and environmental issues behind landscape. She studied Art, Art History and Philosophy at the University of Kansas, received a BA from the University of New Orleans and MFA from Tulane University. Her work is in the collections of the Detroit Institute of the Arts, the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, New Orleans Museum of Art and others.  She has exhibited or lectured in Europe, Asia, North and South America.  She is a grant recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and Joan Mitchell Foundation. Ms. Bishop is based in New Orleans and represented by the Arthur Roger Gallery.