Instructor: Judy Bales
$10 materials fee includes all supplies
Students may bring a sack lunch and beverage
Break away from the two-dimensional and learn to think in 3D! In this workshop, students will gain an understanding of the relationship between works on paper and works in space and learn to use wire as a material for thinking and creating in space.
Building on 30 years of experience in diverse artistic endeavors, including fiber artist, avant garde fashion designer and public art design team member, Judy Bales creates art that is the exciting and improbable marriage of cold industrial materials and the sensuality of nature. She utilizes industrial materials, many of which are found, recycled, or salvaged, in an ongoing effort to reveal beauty in unlikely places. Originally a painter, Bales found that expressing line in three-dimensional space brought more complete expression to her work. She exhibits her work widely in national and international venues.