Working Dimensionally with Moldable FOSS SHAPE

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Kapoor - Recovery_2018_paper, fiber, encaustic_12x6x3_.jpg

Working Dimensionally with Moldable FOSS SHAPE

550.00

DEBORAH KAPOOR
Monday & Tuesday
June 3 & 4
10am - 4pm

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June 3 & 4
Monday & Tuesday
10am - 4pm
2 Sessions

Foss Shape is a flexible felt-like fabric that can be molded with heat to use as a substrate for encaustic. In this presentation, Deborah will show how this material can be used to create depth and additional layers for books or collage, or for deeper dimensional layering as either a stiffener or to create freestanding sculptural structures. A variety of techniques with heat will be shared along with work by artists who have used this material in exciting and innovative ways.

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Deborah Kapoor is a Seattle-based artist who creates dimensional, haptic, mixed-media paintings, prints and sculpture about the distilled poetry within cultural markers. She has exhibited recently at Tacoma Art Museum, Square Foot Art Basel Miami, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Trenton City Museum, Seattle City Hall, and at universities and commercial galleries. She is excited to be doing a residency with Michael David at David Schweitzer Contemporary in Brooklyn in September, 2018.