Acrylic Painting with New Digital Imagery
An Acrylic Painting Workshop w/ Nancy Reyner
10am – 4pm SFAI
need-based scholarships available
Give your art an exciting contemporary edge! Print images onto unusual papers, foils and actual layers of acrylic paint (called paint skins), then collage and overpaint, to transform, seal and combine into unique paintings. New acrylic painting techniques, surfacing, paints and products will also be explored. All levels are welcome. Printers and printing inks will be supplied. Golden provides free paint samples and product samples for experimenting. Additional supplies are needed – list is available upon registration.
Nancy Reyner is a painter of more than 30 years experience who exhibits, lectures and teaches locally and nationally. Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, Nancy received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from Columbia University.
Her varied experiences add technical expertise and originality to her work. She lived in New York City in the 80’s, holding various jobs and positions such as creating costumes and sets for Broadway and off-Broadway theater and film (including a Madonna film), coordinating public arts programs for the state of New York, and directing and performing with the Ragabash Puppet Theater. Nancy was selected for a two year painting and drawing residency for the Phoenix Center in Arizona. There she exhibited, curated, taught and produced new work. Her expertise has led to a position as technical consultant for the acrylic paint company Golden Artist Colors, Inc. This association allows her the opportunity to use the latest in acrylic paint technology creating original and unique effects in her paintings.
Nancy has written two painting books with publisher North Light Books; Acrylic Revolution and Acrylic Innovation as well as a DVD, Acrylic Revolution: Watercolor & Oil Effects with Acrylic Paint, demonstrating several painting techniques from the books. She has appeared on television for HGTV’s “That’s Clever”. She now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Click here for current gallery representation and contact information.