Sunday, November 28, 2010

Catching Up: Karin Jurick Workshop

With all the feasting and football (Sharkboy's team made it to the State Semi-finals!), I'm way behind on posting. This little sketch is from the Karin Jurick workshop - on Day #1 we watched her demo the photo, on Day #2 we all painted it, and on Day #3 we visited Morris & Whiteside Gallery and got to see Karin's original version. It was facinating to see some 20 different versions - proof positive that we all interpret schenes in unique ways. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!


Dana Cooper said...

I love your interpretation of Karin's photo...I would love to see the other versions too!

Linda Popple said...

Love those reflections. Also, the red peeking through. Very nice!

carol morgan carmichael said...

Great job with this. Weren't we lucky to have that experience. Wish we could do again next week.
Congrats to Sharkboy!

Linda K. Nickles said...

Hi Mitzi, Glad to see you finally received your stuff from the Hilton Head class. I enjoyed getting to know you and working together. Your little "flip flop" painting is beautiful. Ahh, and you painted on a red background -- nice! Yes, we all had a different version.

n. rhodes harper said...

Love your work Mitzi! Look forward to seeing more!!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I so wish to take a workshop with Karin. This painting is beautiful. I can tell that you all learned well.
Merry Christmas to you and yours!