David Noyes is a local artist who has worked in many media, including watercolor, pastels, and pen & ink. He received a Masters of Architecture in 1979 from The Catholic University in Washington DC., then worked more than 35 years as a licensed professional architect. Prior to that, he took courses in drawing, painting and design, sculpture, and art history at the University of Wyoming. At the Iowa City Senior Center, he has taken drawing courses with Garth Conley and from 2014 has been part of a group led by Jim Ochs working on watercolor, pen & ink, and pastel art.
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Foil It! | Jan 15 & 16
January 15 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
- January 15 – 1pm-4pm
- Intro, samples, demo, questions …the basics
- January 16 – 1pm-4pm
- Workshop….make it
Lower Level Wesley House at 120 N. Dubuque St., Iowa City, Iowa.
The application possibilities for adding color, iridescence, and unimaginable effects to wood, metal, paper and fabric are endless! The reflective properties of Hot Stamped Foil will add depth to your artwork.
The art of Hot Stamped Foiling was developed right here in Iowa City by Prof. Virginia A. Myers. Deanne Wortman will lead the workshop. She learned the intricacies and unique properties of working with this new art form as Dr. Myers’ long time assistant.
Basic materials provided. Suggested tools to bring: pencils, erasers, scissors, Elmer’s glue, X-acto knife, brushes.
Fee covers materials and ArtiFactory studio use.
Participants will be eligible for future Foiled Again! workshops.
Workshop Fee: $100
(limited to 6 participants)
We encourage everyone to be vaccinated. Please wear a mask and maintain a social distance during this event to be on the safe side. Also, do not bring food to share. You may bring your own snacks and beverages.
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