Mixed Media Workshop in New York City

*A guest post by Lisa Cyr.

,ixed media workshop

If you are in New York City or plan to be there in September, I have an exciting mixed-media workshop that may be of interest to you! Start the weekend off at The Art Students League of New York with a two-day workshop that will get your creative juices flowing.


Inspirational Approaches in Mixed Media is a highly visual, hands-on workshop that will investigate exploratory methodologies, techniques and approaches in mixed-media art. Throughout the workshop, many exciting in-depth demonstrations will be shown, providing an extensive array of visually-stimulating possibilities for artists to explore. Both two-dimensional and three-dimensional mixed-media techniques will be covered, including employing alternative working grounds, using custom tools, toning the painting surface in imaginative ways, creating a tactile ground, building the visual architecture and utilizing innovative mixed-media techniques to create intriguing effects. To assist artists in their own creative path, topics on nurturing the creative spirit, developing personal content through journalism, embracing a multidisciplinary mindset and creating message-driven art will also be discussed. For artists that are looking to push their work to a new level, this workshop will be a valuable resource and an ongoing source for creative inspiration.


The Art Students League Of New York
215 West 57th Street (between Seventh Ave. and Broadway)
New York, NY 10019

September 26 & 27 2015
Saturday–Sunday 10:00 am–4:30 pm
Weekend Intensive Workshop; Limited to 12 Students
Register: 212.247.4510 info@artstudentsleague.org

Following the mixed-media weekend workshop, I will be doing a book signing. The mixed media bestselling books entitled Experimental Painting: Inspirational Approaches in Mixed Media and Art Revolution: Alternative Approaches for Fine Artists and Illustrators will be available for purchase.

For tips and techniques from Lisa Cyr, check out:
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