Workshop: Joseph Cornell-inspired Personal Boxes
With art educator Stacy Stultz we will create a personal box in the style of Joseph Cornell using retro stamps, collage paper, paper cuttings, maps, found objects and more to make box creations like those of the American master – who made modest, glass-front cases filled with poetic assemblages of tiny items collected during his explorations around New York City. Learn about the artist and create a one-of-a-kind piece while working in his style but making it a reflection of you.
Materials will be provided but you are encouraged to bring trinket-sized objects from home to include in your box. Something you can use to create your own personal story. Gather small objects that mean or symbolize something to you. Cornell filled his shadow boxes with feathers, pipes, shells, and marbles. You could include things like puzzle pieces, scrabble letters, old stamps, photos, small figurines, or clippings from magazines and newspapers. Pick items that mean something to you or express who you are visually.
|Scheduled:||Saturday, October 14, 2017 11:00 am - 3:00 pm|
To register contact: Stacy Stultz
email: Stacybbell@gmail.com or email@example.com
for information on the instructor please visit her website: https://www.masters-journey.com/
|Age Restriction:||open to all ages 10+|