Maintaining Your Edge: The Art of Stenciling with Karen Freedman

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Maintaining Your Edge: The Art of Stenciling with Karen Freedman

480.00

June 5 & 6
Monday & Tuesday
10am - 4pm

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June 5 &6
Monday & Tuesday
10am - 4pm

This two day workshop will cover advanced stenciling techniques using both encaustic and Pigment Sticks. Participants will explore the various materials and methods they can use to expand their stenciling vocabulary. The majority of time will focus on working. This workshop is geared towards students with a strong working knowledge of the encaustic process.


Karen Freedman is a Pennsylvania artist recognized for her abstract geometric paintings that explore optical illusion, perception and depth through the interaction of color. She began her formal training studying jewelry design at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Ms. Freedman then went on to build a successful graphic design business followed by her immersion in the fine arts.

Ms. Freedman has exhibited both locally and nationally at venues that include Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, NJ, The Gallery at R&F in Kingston, NY, the Cape Cod Museum of Art, The Gallery at Penn State Great Valley, The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Art Center Sarasota, Kimball Art Center, Castle Gallery at the College of New Rochelle, and the George Segal Gallery, Montclair State University. Her work is featured in the publication Encaustic With a Textile Sensibility by Daniella Woolf and the recently published book Encaustic Art in the Twenty-First Century from Schiffer Publishing.