Exploring the Interconnection between Realism and Abstract
Date: April 26
Time: 1 – 4 pm
Registration Deadline: April 23
Location: Livestream via Zoom
Whether you’re drawn to representation or abstraction, this workshop will explore the interconnection between both. Through exploring art over the last 100 years, we will discuss how realism to abstraction are really a continuum…and not two distinct ends of the spectrum. The workshop provides the opportunity for an individual critique from work done outside the workshop in addition to a powerpoint presentation on the topic. All mediums welcome. The session is an introduction to the concept of realism and abstraction. Participants will come away with ideas on how to move their art along the continuum.
L. C. Lim is a painter and printmaker known for her luminescent, meditative, and mysterious landscapes that celebrate the beauty of northern Michigan and Philadelphia. Lim uses her creative spirit to compose images that reflect the profound beauty of nature and our earth. Her paintings are inspired by an emotional response to nature.
A recipient of many distinguished awards, her work appears in the University of Michigan Ross School Museum, Woodmere Museum, Dow Chemical and Pennsylvania Power & Light collections, as well as numerous private collections. She regularly exhibits her work throughout Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Lim received her degree from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA). She teaches at PAFA, Woodmere Museum and in northern Michigan. www.LCLim.com
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