Sylvia Hamilton Goulden demonstration on December 14
Sylvia Hamilton Goulden is an award winning artist exploring movement, energy and emotion, expressed through the mediums of watercolor, acrylic, monotype, collage, assemblage, mixed media, and video.
Her artwork has been described as having a ''joie de vivre" that reflects her dance background. Whether filled with bold colors and kinetic energy, or a softer, lyrical approach, her paintings project an exciting vitality that has delighted viewers at her extensive California exhibits. Her curiosity and sense of adventure allow work in several mediums which have been enthusiastically received, and have a place in many private collections in the United States and abroad.
Sylvia is a current member of Women Painters West, Collage Artists of America, Valley Watercolor Society, LA Experimental Artists, California Art League, and was a founding director of Artist Co-op 7. She continues to teach art workshops as times permits.
For our meeting Sylvia will demonstrate creating a monoprint (a singular artwork involving the transfer of an image from one surface to another). She will use water soluble printing inks, and introduce a few techniques and methods for creating monotypes without a press, by use of a professional hand roller, a brayer, plate, palette, brushes and more. This should be a very interesting and fun demo you won’t want to miss!