Abstract layering techniques with Artist Jan Sitts
Artist’s will have the opportunity to explore abstract ideas and create unique structural designs in their work. Each day, students will be exposed to various techniques and the use different materials resulting in education on lines, shapes, colors, and textures. These techniques can be applied to any style of painting. The spontaneity of discovering new ways to produce art will energize your creative spark and leave you with ways to take your painting into new and exciting directions.
In Jan's more than thirty years as an art instructor and professional painter, she continues her exploring and experimentation with the mediums. Her accomplishments in the art arena are many, working in commercial art, teaching in public schools, and teaching international workshops and a wide variety of art classes. Her studies include the Kansas City Art Institute (Kansas City, Missouri), a B.A. degree at Western State College (Gunnison, Colorado), and ongoing workshops and seminars in the arts. Jan's focus is on layered and experimental art.'''
"My artwork is a reflection of who I am. I work in a spontaneous manner until I have built up a surface on a support by texturing, layering papers, and painting. Often repeating this process many times. As the work develops, it becomes more important to me then the satisfaction I feel with the final image."'''