Instructor: Adam Lowenbein
Monday - Friday
9am - 12pm
This class will explore the use of different materials - photographs, fabric, paper, objects etc - as formal and narrative elements within our painting. Students are encouraged to bring materials that inspire them visually, challenge them technically and tell some kind of story, literal or not. The workshop begins with simple assignments then advances to individual projects, focusing on how to develop and explore ideas and techniques and especially on how to combine different elements with paint. Finished work can be two- and three-dimensional. Group discussion and individual attention will be part of the class.
Adam Lowenbein has a BFA in painting from The Rhode Island School of Design and his MFA in painting is from Indiana University. He is a graduate of Skowhegan and was a Core Fellow at the Glassell School, MFAH, Houston. He has exhibited at Go Fish Gallery in NYC; Marquee Projects, Bellport, NY; MAC Fine Art, Ft Lauderdale, FL; and at Rudolph Blume Fine Arts, Houston, TX. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, World of Interiors and other publications.