Jul
9
12:00 pm12:00

Creative Clay Club 3.1

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

Jul
15
12:00 pm12:00

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking (ages 16+)
40.00

In this one day workshop students will learn the basics of Block Printing on paper. Participants will learn carving techniques for linoleum plates and wood blocks and how to print using our etching press! Ages 16 and up!

Instructor: Matt Barteluce

Location: Braddock Park Lake House

Dates:

  • 3/19/17
  • 4/23/17
  • 5/21/17
  • 6/10/17 (cancelled) 
  • 7/15/17
  • 7/30/17

12pm-5pm

Max Students - 8

*$40.00 per session. This Price Includes Materials Cost*

Matt Barteluce is a New Jersey native and amateur ufologist.  He is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer who received his BFA in 2003 from Maryland Institute College of Art and his MFA in 2010 at the School of Visual Arts.  Until 2014 he worked as an art director for Young & Rubicam Group, a worldwide advertising agency.  During that time he co-founded 'Carrier Pigeon', a quarterly fine art and literature magazine with a group of peers.  He is currently director of Guttenberg Arts, a 501c3 non profit arts organization. As Guttenberg Arts director he acts as an advocate for artists helping them achieve their fullest potential. His current body of work titled "High Strangeness" consists of a series of prints that are a playful exploration of all things paranormal and conspiratorial. He finds inspiration from far-fetched theories and illustrates them through 2-color silkscreens, woodblock prints and etchings. From Big Foot to underground bases, this body of work is intended to be a sort-of conversation starter and invites viewers to let go a little and embrace the weirder, more mysterious side of the world we live in.  He has taken much of his inspiration from the artist Albertus Seba and his book the Cabinet of Natural Curiosities.  Like Seba, Matt is documenting these modern day mysteries and like all things preternatural, he's hidden clues and deeper mysteries within each print.

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Jul
16
12:00 pm12:00

Creative Clay Club 3.2

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

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Jul
30
12:00 pm12:00

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking (ages 16+)
40.00

In this one day workshop students will learn the basics of Block Printing on paper. Participants will learn carving techniques for linoleum plates and wood blocks and how to print using our etching press! Ages 16 and up!

Instructor: Matt Barteluce

Location: Braddock Park Lake House

Dates:

  • 3/19/17
  • 4/23/17
  • 5/21/17
  • 6/10/17 (cancelled) 
  • 7/15/17
  • 7/30/17

12pm-5pm

Max Students - 8

*$40.00 per session. This Price Includes Materials Cost*

Matt Barteluce is a New Jersey native and amateur ufologist.  He is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer who received his BFA in 2003 from Maryland Institute College of Art and his MFA in 2010 at the School of Visual Arts.  Until 2014 he worked as an art director for Young & Rubicam Group, a worldwide advertising agency.  During that time he co-founded 'Carrier Pigeon', a quarterly fine art and literature magazine with a group of peers.  He is currently director of Guttenberg Arts, a 501c3 non profit arts organization. As Guttenberg Arts director he acts as an advocate for artists helping them achieve their fullest potential. His current body of work titled "High Strangeness" consists of a series of prints that are a playful exploration of all things paranormal and conspiratorial. He finds inspiration from far-fetched theories and illustrates them through 2-color silkscreens, woodblock prints and etchings. From Big Foot to underground bases, this body of work is intended to be a sort-of conversation starter and invites viewers to let go a little and embrace the weirder, more mysterious side of the world we live in.  He has taken much of his inspiration from the artist Albertus Seba and his book the Cabinet of Natural Curiosities.  Like Seba, Matt is documenting these modern day mysteries and like all things preternatural, he's hidden clues and deeper mysteries within each print.

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Aug
15
6:00 pm18:00

Creative Clay Club 4.2

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

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Jun
24
Jun 25

Screen-printing in the Park

Screenprinting in the Park (ages 16+)
100.00 120.00

This weekend workshop is designed to provide students with basic skills in Silkscreen Printing.  Saturday's workshop will include a silkscreen printing process demonstration and teach students how to prepare high contrast imagery for production, and screen prep.  Sunday's workshop will teach students how to properly use the exposure unit and best practices for printing a edition. Beginners are welcome, no prior printmaking experience necessary!

Instructor: Matt Barteluce & Russ Spitkovsky

Saturday June 24th & Sunday June 25th

Saturday August 12th & Sunday August 13th

Saturday October 7th  & Sunday October 8th

12pm-4pm

Max Students - 8

* $100.00 This Price Includes Materials Cost*

Matt Barteluce is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer.  He received his BFA in 2003 from Maryland Institute College of Art and his MFA in 2010 at the School of Visual Arts.   He is currently director of Guttenberg Arts.

Russ Spitkovsky’s artwork has been included in numerous national and international publications and exhibitions. He is one of the founders of CARRIER PIGEON and is currently editor in chief and contributor of the quarterly publication. In 2014, Russ helped create Guttenberg Arts, a multidisciplinary artist residency program. Web: www.carrierpigeonmag.com     www.spitatart.com

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Jun
20
6:00 pm18:00

Creative Clay Club 2.2

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

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Jun
13
6:00 pm18:00

Creative Clay Club 2.1

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

May
28
3:00 pm15:00

Out of Their Heads: Armando Guiller Artist Talk

Guiller was born in Havana, Cuba in 1961. He initially studied mechanical engineering at the Institute of Technology MOA, Santiago de Cuba. In 1987, he received a B.A. with a specialization in sculpture from the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts in Havana. After immigrating to the United States, he worked for over a decade as a mechanical engineer, designing parts and processes for General Motors and Cadillac, as well as working internationally. He has pursued the arts full-time since 2000 and he has exhibited his work at Ringling Museum of Arts,  FL; the Dactyl Foundation, NYC; Lehman College Art Gallery, NYC, and recently had a major Solo show at William Paterson University Gallery. His work is also included  in numerous private collections in Florida, New York, Ohio, as well as in France and Mexico. Recently, he has been using a CNC mill and 3D printer in his studio to create his newest series titled “Euclidean Works,” which are inspired by the Golden ratio and investigate how to reconcile a curve with a line.

Guiller was born in Havana, Cuba in 1961. He initially studied mechanical engineering at the Institute of Technology MOA, Santiago de Cuba. In 1987, he received a B.A. with a specialization in sculpture from the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts in Havana. After immigrating to the United States, he worked for over a decade as a mechanical engineer, designing parts and processes for General Motors and Cadillac, as well as working internationally. He has pursued the arts full-time since 2000 and he has exhibited his work at Ringling Museum of Arts,  FL; the Dactyl Foundation, NYC; Lehman College Art Gallery, NYC, and recently had a major Solo show at William Paterson University Gallery. His work is also included  in numerous private collections in Florida, New York, Ohio, as well as in France and Mexico. Recently, he has been using a CNC mill and 3D printer in his studio to create his newest series titled “Euclidean Works,” which are inspired by the Golden ratio and investigate how to reconcile a curve with a line.

Made Here Winter 2017: Closing Reception
May
26
6:00 pm18:00

Made Here Winter 2017: Closing Reception

Please join us for the closing reception to "MADE HERE: Winter 2017" a group exhibition of the current Artists in Residence: Milcah Bassel, Joseph Martin Gabriel , Ryan Schroeder and Jeremy Coleman Smith. 

The works included in MADE HERE were created during the artist's residences this past winter.  The title "MADE HERE" carriers not only multiple definitions, but multiple conceptual meanings ranging from location to identity, the politics of materials and the historical nature of place.  All of these new works deeply considered many of these issues and are only just the beginning points for further reflection.

Exhibition on view 4/7 - 5/26/17

May
21
12:00 pm12:00

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking III

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking (ages 16+)
40.00

In this one day workshop students will learn the basics of Block Printing on paper. Participants will learn carving techniques for linoleum plates and wood blocks and how to print using our etching press! Ages 16 and up!

Instructor: Matt Barteluce

Location: Braddock Park Lake House

Dates:

  • 3/19/17
  • 4/23/17
  • 5/21/17
  • 6/10/17 (cancelled) 
  • 7/15/17
  • 7/30/17

12pm-5pm

Max Students - 8

*$40.00 per session. This Price Includes Materials Cost*

Matt Barteluce is a New Jersey native and amateur ufologist.  He is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer who received his BFA in 2003 from Maryland Institute College of Art and his MFA in 2010 at the School of Visual Arts.  Until 2014 he worked as an art director for Young & Rubicam Group, a worldwide advertising agency.  During that time he co-founded 'Carrier Pigeon', a quarterly fine art and literature magazine with a group of peers.  He is currently director of Guttenberg Arts, a 501c3 non profit arts organization. As Guttenberg Arts director he acts as an advocate for artists helping them achieve their fullest potential. His current body of work titled "High Strangeness" consists of a series of prints that are a playful exploration of all things paranormal and conspiratorial. He finds inspiration from far-fetched theories and illustrates them through 2-color silkscreens, woodblock prints and etchings. From Big Foot to underground bases, this body of work is intended to be a sort-of conversation starter and invites viewers to let go a little and embrace the weirder, more mysterious side of the world we live in.  He has taken much of his inspiration from the artist Albertus Seba and his book the Cabinet of Natural Curiosities.  Like Seba, Matt is documenting these modern day mysteries and like all things preternatural, he's hidden clues and deeper mysteries within each print.

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May
7
1:00 pm13:00

Monoprint III

Monoprint (ages 16+)
60.00 75.00

This workshop is ideal for artists who love to draw and paint. Monoprints incorporate draftsmanship and direct painting with printmaking. This workshop approaches monoprinting in a unique way: draw and paint in color with rollers, brushes, and palette knives and explore how to use found materials to create textures that enhance the atmosphere and mood of a picture. We will focus on pulling light out of a dark background as well as working dark on light. Students who love to draw find freedom using these techniques, their color sense is expanded, and their drawing abilities can evolve to a higher level. All levels of experience welcome.

Instructor: Russ Spitkovsky
Dates: 

  • 3/5/17
  • 4/2/17
  • 5/7/17
  • 6/3/17
  • 7/23/17

12pm-4pm

Max students-8

$60.00

Russ Spitkovsky’s artwork has been included in numerous national and international publications and exhibitions. He is one of the founders of CARRIER PIGEON and is currently editor in chief and contributor of the quarterly publication. In 2014, Russ helped create Guttenberg Arts, a multidisciplinary artist residency program. Web: www.carrierpigeonmag.com     www.spitatart.com

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Apr
23
12:00 pm12:00

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking (ages 16+)
40.00

In this one day workshop students will learn the basics of Block Printing on paper. Participants will learn carving techniques for linoleum plates and wood blocks and how to print using our etching press! Ages 16 and up!

Instructor: Matt Barteluce

Location: Braddock Park Lake House

Dates:

  • 3/19/17
  • 4/23/17
  • 5/21/17
  • 6/10/17 (cancelled) 
  • 7/15/17
  • 7/30/17

12pm-5pm

Max Students - 8

*$40.00 per session. This Price Includes Materials Cost*

Matt Barteluce is a New Jersey native and amateur ufologist.  He is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer who received his BFA in 2003 from Maryland Institute College of Art and his MFA in 2010 at the School of Visual Arts.  Until 2014 he worked as an art director for Young & Rubicam Group, a worldwide advertising agency.  During that time he co-founded 'Carrier Pigeon', a quarterly fine art and literature magazine with a group of peers.  He is currently director of Guttenberg Arts, a 501c3 non profit arts organization. As Guttenberg Arts director he acts as an advocate for artists helping them achieve their fullest potential. His current body of work titled "High Strangeness" consists of a series of prints that are a playful exploration of all things paranormal and conspiratorial. He finds inspiration from far-fetched theories and illustrates them through 2-color silkscreens, woodblock prints and etchings. From Big Foot to underground bases, this body of work is intended to be a sort-of conversation starter and invites viewers to let go a little and embrace the weirder, more mysterious side of the world we live in.  He has taken much of his inspiration from the artist Albertus Seba and his book the Cabinet of Natural Curiosities.  Like Seba, Matt is documenting these modern day mysteries and like all things preternatural, he's hidden clues and deeper mysteries within each print.

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Apr
22
12:00 pm12:00

Creative Clay Club 2.2

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

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Apr
19
12:00 pm12:00

Artist Professional Development Workshop & Social Networking Event

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**Due to unfortunate circumstance, Heather Bhandari had to cancel. In her place will be Michelle Vitale, Director of the Dineen Hull Gallery.**

Heather Bhandari, Director of Exhibitions at SmackMellon, and Matt Barteluce, Director of Guttenberg Arts, will lead a discussion for visual artists in the Dineen Hull Gallery. Network with local artists, curators and gallerists. Light refreshments will be served

Apr
15
12:00 pm12:00

Creative Clay Club 2.1

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

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Apr
2
1:00 pm13:00

Monoprint II

Monoprint (ages 16+)
60.00 75.00

This workshop is ideal for artists who love to draw and paint. Monoprints incorporate draftsmanship and direct painting with printmaking. This workshop approaches monoprinting in a unique way: draw and paint in color with rollers, brushes, and palette knives and explore how to use found materials to create textures that enhance the atmosphere and mood of a picture. We will focus on pulling light out of a dark background as well as working dark on light. Students who love to draw find freedom using these techniques, their color sense is expanded, and their drawing abilities can evolve to a higher level. All levels of experience welcome.

Instructor: Russ Spitkovsky
Dates: 

  • 3/5/17
  • 4/2/17
  • 5/7/17
  • 6/3/17
  • 7/23/17

12pm-4pm

Max students-8

$60.00

Russ Spitkovsky’s artwork has been included in numerous national and international publications and exhibitions. He is one of the founders of CARRIER PIGEON and is currently editor in chief and contributor of the quarterly publication. In 2014, Russ helped create Guttenberg Arts, a multidisciplinary artist residency program. Web: www.carrierpigeonmag.com     www.spitatart.com

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Mar
25
12:00 pm12:00

Free Workshop with Milcah Bassel

2D to 3D: Building with Paper with Milcah Bassel
0.00

March 25th, 2017

12pm - 4pm

This class could cover anything -- from printmaking to drawing to hand building clay forms,! Stay tuned for more information on this 2D-3D Building with Paper workshop! Feeling curious or courageous? Then sign up before we fill up since space is very limited! First come first serve, only 10 spots available!

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Mar
19
12:00 pm12:00

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking

Wonders of Woodblock Printmaking (ages 16+)
40.00

In this one day workshop students will learn the basics of Block Printing on paper. Participants will learn carving techniques for linoleum plates and wood blocks and how to print using our etching press! Ages 16 and up!

Instructor: Matt Barteluce

Location: Braddock Park Lake House

Dates:

  • 3/19/17
  • 4/23/17
  • 5/21/17
  • 6/10/17 (cancelled) 
  • 7/15/17
  • 7/30/17

12pm-5pm

Max Students - 8

*$40.00 per session. This Price Includes Materials Cost*

Matt Barteluce is a New Jersey native and amateur ufologist.  He is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer who received his BFA in 2003 from Maryland Institute College of Art and his MFA in 2010 at the School of Visual Arts.  Until 2014 he worked as an art director for Young & Rubicam Group, a worldwide advertising agency.  During that time he co-founded 'Carrier Pigeon', a quarterly fine art and literature magazine with a group of peers.  He is currently director of Guttenberg Arts, a 501c3 non profit arts organization. As Guttenberg Arts director he acts as an advocate for artists helping them achieve their fullest potential. His current body of work titled "High Strangeness" consists of a series of prints that are a playful exploration of all things paranormal and conspiratorial. He finds inspiration from far-fetched theories and illustrates them through 2-color silkscreens, woodblock prints and etchings. From Big Foot to underground bases, this body of work is intended to be a sort-of conversation starter and invites viewers to let go a little and embrace the weirder, more mysterious side of the world we live in.  He has taken much of his inspiration from the artist Albertus Seba and his book the Cabinet of Natural Curiosities.  Like Seba, Matt is documenting these modern day mysteries and like all things preternatural, he's hidden clues and deeper mysteries within each print.

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Mar
18
12:00 pm12:00

Free Workshop with Ryan Schroeder

Still Life Painting Workshop with Ryan Schroeder
0.00

March 18th, 2017

12pm - 4pm

This free class could cover anything -- from printmaking to drawing to hand building clay forms,! Stay tuned for more information on this Still Life Painting workshop! Feeling curious or courageous? Then sign up before we fill up since space is very limited! First come first serve, only 8 spots available!

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Mar
11
12:00 pm12:00

Creative Clay Club 1.2

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

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Mar
5
1:00 pm13:00

Monoprint I

Monoprint (ages 16+)
60.00 75.00

This workshop is ideal for artists who love to draw and paint. Monoprints incorporate draftsmanship and direct painting with printmaking. This workshop approaches monoprinting in a unique way: draw and paint in color with rollers, brushes, and palette knives and explore how to use found materials to create textures that enhance the atmosphere and mood of a picture. We will focus on pulling light out of a dark background as well as working dark on light. Students who love to draw find freedom using these techniques, their color sense is expanded, and their drawing abilities can evolve to a higher level. All levels of experience welcome.

Instructor: Russ Spitkovsky
Dates: 

  • 3/5/17
  • 4/2/17
  • 5/7/17
  • 6/3/17
  • 7/23/17

12pm-4pm

Max students-8

$60.00

Russ Spitkovsky’s artwork has been included in numerous national and international publications and exhibitions. He is one of the founders of CARRIER PIGEON and is currently editor in chief and contributor of the quarterly publication. In 2014, Russ helped create Guttenberg Arts, a multidisciplinary artist residency program. Web: www.carrierpigeonmag.com     www.spitatart.com

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Mar
4
12:00 pm12:00

Creative Clay Club I.I

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

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Dec
11
12:00 pm12:00

Introduction to Ceramics II

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

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Dec
4
12:00 pm12:00

Introduction to Ceramics I

Clay Club (ages 16+)
80.00 120.00

In this hands on ceramics workshop hosted at the Lake House in Braddock Park participants will learn to  hand-build basic ceramic forms. Decorating, glazing and firing techniques will be covered. Emphasis on developing a personal sense of form using sound fundamental skills. The class is conducted over the course of two consecutive weekends. Beginners are welcome, no prior ceramics experience necessary!

Instructor: Phoebe Deutsch
Choose from these dates: 

  • 3/4 & 3/11/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 4/15 & 4/22/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 6/13 & 6/20/17 (evening class 6pm-8:30pm)
  • 7/9 & 7/16/17 (afternoon class 12pm-4pm)
  • 8/8 & 8/15/17 (evening class 6pm- 8:30)


Max students-6
$80 SALE PRICE (Only $40 per class)!!

***THIS PRICE INCLUDES $20 MATERIALS COST***

Phoebe Deutsch is a ceramic artist and fine art educator teaching throughout Northern New Jersey and the New York Tristate Area. She received her bachelors degree in Fine Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craft, specializing in ceramics. As ceramic studio director of Bulls Ferry Pottery Phoebe works directly with resident artists. 

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