Bringing old pictures to life is what this workshop is about. We will begin with a cabinet card, which were popular photographic portraits from 1870 to 1890. Cabinet cards are albumen photographs mounted to a board. We will explore the possibilities of transforming these images using paint, markers, collage and your imagination. The possibilities are endless!
$25 for an individual, $40 for an adult and child pair. Fee includes supplies. Bring your own images or paper items for a personal twist!
John W. Carlson, is an international artist based in Cleveland. John is a painter and educator and has been conducting workshops and classes in drawing and painting for over ten years. John has been accepted into numerous juried shows including the prestigious Butler Midyear Show at The Butler Museum of American Art and recently juried into The Ohio Arts Council Riffe Gallery First Juried Show in Columbus OH. In July of 2015 he was the first non-photographer to show paintings in The Cleveland Print Room.
In 2004 his charcoal drawing “Viewpoint” was purchased by the Erie Art Museum and entered into their permanent collection. John's work, "Visitation" was purchased and entered into The Massillon Museum's permanent collection in 2017.
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Image by John Carlson.