Mark Mehaffey introduced me to Donna Zagotta about three years ago. We have enjoyed representing this talented painter at C2C Gallery. She and I talked about her teaching a workshop in Grand Haven this Fall. You can learn more about this opportunity by clicking on this image:
As a clay artist, we constantly ask ourselves, what type of clay work do we want to create. It’s a constant wrestle between our ears and our hands. Do I want to make sculptural or functional? One of our artists, Marion Angelica, has found a path where she takes her textural interest in sculpture and transferred it successfully to hand-built porcelain functional pots. But I digress.
In this workshop, you will learn how Donna composes her watercolor paintings and more. She is a competent teacher who asks thought provoking questions to help you move down “your” creative painting path. Donna is comfortable working with acrylic, oil, watercolor paints, and more. I am considering registering for this course. I am sure that what I learn will transfer to my clay work.
Cheers, I hope you do something creative today! C2 .
(I use a large wok from NYC Chinatown for glazing dinner plates.)