Instructor: Brenda Goodman
Monday - Friday
September 9 - 13
9am - 12pm
12pm - 4pm
Are you feeling blocked in your work and not sure why it feels unresolved or how to move to a new level. Then this workshop is for you. We will spend time individually and as a group talking about why you are stuck. We’ll explore what happened and what are ways you can move forward and have the work open to new and exciting places. Bring an open mind, bring your paints and whatever you are working on where you are feeling stuck and not sure where to go. we will find what’s blocking your creativity so you can feel the joy that comes from ridding yourself of these barriers.
This workshop is not for beginners, but serious artists ready to take a leap of faith.
Brenda Goodman was born in 1943, in Detroit, Michigan. She received her BFA from the College of Creative Studies, from which she also received an honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts in 2017. After moving to New York City in 1976, her work was included in the 1979 Whitney Biennial and she has had 40 solo exhibitions. In 2015, a 50 year retrospective was presented at the Center for Creative Studies and Paul KotulaProjects. That same year, her work was included in the American Academy of Arts and Letters annual invitational where she received the Award in Art. She had a solo show at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. in NY in January 2019.