Larraine Seiden has an M.S. in Art and Design Education from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York and a B.A. with a Studio Art Concentration from California State University of the East Bay (Hayward). She has taught art at the K-12 level and to adults over the past fifteen years. Most recently, Larraine has had the pleasure of working with Betty Edwards, author of Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, and her son, master teacher Brian Bomeisler. Larraine is now one of very few certified to teach the method by Betty Edwards. Besides teaching, Larraine has an active studio practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is inspired by both the human body and cities, and her work projects emotional terrain onto the constructed world. She use the thick physicality of encaustic paint to explore an experience of inner and external place. Larraine regularly exhibits her work in the Bay Area and throughout the United States.
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Sat 8th, 9:00-11:45 (WS) Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
Drawing is a fundamental way to interact with the picture plane. If you have come to wax through a path other than traditional painting and drawing, this hands-on workshop, based on the research and work of Betty Edwards, will provide hands on experience in learning to see your world differently and ultimately to learn to break the myth of “I can’t draw.” Material Fee: $15
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Sat 8th 2:45-4:00 Larraine Seiden and Eileen Goldenberg ℗TWO Artist’s Quest to Keep Track of Her Studio Inventory: Sources for Getting Yourself Organized and Paid
If you’ve gone to IEA’s past marketing sessions you’re probably getting work shown and sold. How do you juggle keeping track of inventory as it comes in and out and of what sold to whom? This presentation is a nuts and bolts approach that will explore useful computer programs and other strategies for keeping track of your studio work.
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Mon, March 5, 2012
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