Liz Hosier Oil and Cold Wax
November 8 @ 10:00 am - November 10 @ 4:00 pm$300.00
Exploring Abstract Landscapes using Cold Wax and Oil
Nov 8-10, 2022 Instructor – Liz Hosier
Tuesday Nov 8, Wednesday Nov 9 & Thursday Nov 10 2022 10AM-4PM $300 per student – Class size limited to 12 students – wait list will be maintained
In this 3 day workshop artists will explore the use of Cold Wax and Oils in the creation of abstract landscapes. Artists will experiment with layering colors and paint, creating texture using a variety of tools and expanding their mark making techniques. Artists may work from photographs and/or intuitively. The workshop includes instructor demonstrations, group discussions and critiques, along with plenty of time to paint and experiment. Daily refreshments and lunches will be provided at no additional cost.
This workshop is geared for artists with intermediate skills – but specific experience with oil and cold wax is not required. However, it is not appropriate for beginning painters. A supply list will be provided to the student at time of registration. Additional $10 fee for cold wax supply paid directly to instructor at beginning of workshop.
REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2022
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Elizabeth (Liz) Hosier grew up outside of Asheville; the forest was her playground, while drawing and other creative endeavors her pastime. Liz was fortunate to have teachers who recognized and nurtured her interest in art throughout her early education. She holds an MBA and a BS in Mathematics and moved in the mid-80s to continue her Information Technology (IT) profession at UNC Wilmington. While at UNCW she studied art history and studio art. When the opportunity to retire presented itself, Liz began to seriously pursue her love of art and to seek her artist voice.
Obsessed with colors and light, her work has evolved into process-based abstract painting which gives Liz the freedom to consider a variety techniques, colors and materials.
Liz’s strong connection with nature and innate need to be creative are reflected in her abstract artwork. She works primarily in oil, mixed media, encaustic, and occasionally acrylics. Her
artwork has been shown in local and regional exhibitions and galleries throughout the southeastern United States. Liz works both out of her home in Weaverville, NC and at her studio at Pink Dog Creative in Asheville’s River Arts District. Her work can also be seen at Gallery Citrine in Wilmington where she teaches. She also teaches at ArtPlay in the River Arts