Workshops and Mentoring

 

 STUDIO WORKSHOPS

10 Liberty Ship, Way,BAY 2, Studio 252, Sausalito, 94965

 


TRANSFER IMAGE WORKSHOP    We will be using oil based inks to transfer images. This is a hand printing process that I have  taught  for years. You will be using  Gum Arabic with oil based inks, pronto plates or xerox’s to transfer your images. I  Will demonstrate and guide you through this process. Once you learn this you can use it in your own practice.

Dates        April 22..   .May 20th

11am-3pm    Space is Limited to 4…

$165 includes all materials except printing paper . I recommend bringing  3-4 sheets of BFK Reeves printing paper.

 

 

DRAWING MY WAY..

 

The focus is on large scale floor and  wall drawings.. black inks ,  charcoal, graphite, rags, water oil bars and cold wax. By using  movement and large abstract shapes these action drawings will challenge  and inspire  your own art practice to new levels…Its a full day!

Dates:   .April 1st.  May 20th.

Space is limited to four.  11am to 4pm

$150. Includes Materials

For booking contact…Please call. 415-378-1886 or email me at hwilcoxon@gmail.com


 

 OTHER WORKSHOPS::: Hamilton Air Force Base in Navoto

MARIN MOCA WORKSHOPS /  HAND PRINT WITH AQUA INKS

DATES:    MARCH 12 … APRIL 9…MAY 14…JUNE 11

For sign ups and class description visit http://www.marinmoca.org

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SUMMER WORKSHOP IN THE MOUNTAINS.. Treat yourself…

Sierra Nevada College, one week Monoprinting using an etching press… July 24-28th

Please visit their web site at www.sierranevada.edu and look under academics/ summer workshops

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MENTORING, CRITIQUE, PORTFOLIO REVIEW AND PRIVATE CLASSES $60. PER HR. 



Teaching Experience: 

 Besides teaching workshops, I have taught at the College of Marin, UC Berkeley Extension, San Francisco Art Institute, Kennedy University, California College of the Arts, Center for the Book, National Institute of Art and Disabilities and The Richmond Art Center. I have also  been a visiting artist  and lectured at Rollins College, Orlando,Florida, Dominican University, Sonoma State College and Maine College of Art. In 2017, I have been invited to teach a workshop at the Sierra Nevada College, visiting artist program.

Teaching is my way of passing on my knowledge and experience of being a working artist for over 30 years. I am passionate about art making and its process. I have taught all levels of Drawing, Painting, Printing, Collage and Mix Mediums. Making art can be challenging and exciting at the same time. I believe in taking risks and thinking outside the box. Letting go and keeping it fresh.    Art Can Change Lives

 

 

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Maine College of Art, Visiting Artist Program, 2015

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College of Marin, Drawing Class, 2013