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About the Workshop

In this course the student will be challenged both technically and conceptually while exploring different modes of abstract painting. There will be an examination of various strategies that fluctuate between specific in-class assignments and the student’s own individual studio work. Drawing and collage will be used as a way to create imagery. The primary focus will be an elaboration of such basic ideas as color, tonal structure, scale and composition as developed in the foundation of abstraction in painting. The class will be structured as an open studio that will be supplemented with both individual and group critiques. Each day there will be a presentation to discuss the development of abstraction from continental European influences on the rise of post-war American abstraction, as well as an investigation of the current state of abstract painting.

 

About Craig Taylor

Craig Taylor lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He has a BFA from Maine College of Art and an MFA from Yale University. Taylor is represented by CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.. He has had solo exhibitions at Sue Scott Gallery, NYC; Bruno Marina Gallery, Brooklyn; and Tests- Showroom in Berlin, Germany. His work has been reviewed in Art in America, Time Out New York, Huffington Post, and The Boston Globe. His work has been featured in many group shows such as the International Print Center, New York; La Montagne Gallery, Boston; Fred London: Leipzig, Germany, CTRL Gallery, Houston; Edward Thorpe Gallery, New York among others. Taylor is an Associate Professor of Painting at the Rhode Island School of Design. Craig Taylor

Dates

July 15-21, 2018

noncredit

undergraduate credit $180

graduate credit $240

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