ZEN BRUSHWORK WITH ANDY KAY
January – April, 2013
Offered by the Palm Springs Art Museum and the museum's Artists Council
Classes take place in the Sidonia Milano Center on the museum's Lower Level. Weekday classes are held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekend classes from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. In order to provide maximum personal attention, classes are limited to 15 students, and classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register as early as possible to ensure enrollment in your class.
ARTISTS COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP
Substantial savings on workshop fees are enjoyed by Artists Council members, In addition, AC members
- May submit their original artwork for the juried ACE museum exhibition
- Receive priority announcements of museum and council events
- Enjoy member demonstrations, lectures, films, tours, etc.
- Raise funds in support of the museum
Memberships are available at several levels. To become a member please contact the Artists Council Coordinator by telephone (760-322-4850) or email .
Workshop fees are required with class reservations, and may be paid by credit card or by check. Please call the museum's Box Office at 760-325-4490
Classes must reach minimum enrolment 30 days before the start of class or the class will be cancelled and full refunds will be issued. Student cancellations up to 14 days out receive a full refund. Student cancellations under 14 days out receive 50% refund of fees paid. There are no pro-rated refunds for partial workshop attendance.
All levels welcome, except where noted.
Instructors subject to schedule change.
*Experience is preferred in specific medium, but not essential
February 25 - March 1
Monday - Friday
ZEN BRUSHWORK with Andy Kay
$395 AC members, $445 nonmembers Includes $70 materials fee
Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Practiced all over the world, Zen brushwork originated in Asia and is about finding yourself. Each class begins with a centering meditation and grinding an inkstick on an inkstone. Instruction, appreciation and inspiration will focus on Zen brushwork masterpieces. With brush, ink, and paper, students will practice the classical forms of Zen art: enso (Zen circle), ichi (One), hito (human being), Fuji (mountain), tenchi (heaven and earth), taki (waterfall), and ryu (dragon). Each class culminates with a painting to take home and ponder. Andy Kay has an international reputation as an artist and he conducts seminars on Zen brushwork worldwide.
Artist/workshop information: robynbuntin.com