Visiting Artists

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Introduction to Encaustic Painting with Visiting Artist Jeff Juhlin #913

Discover the luminous and translucent quality of encaustic painting! Students will learn the basics of an ancient painting technique that uses hot beeswax mixed with resin and pigment. Popular for use with collage materials, image transfers, and photography, encaustic painting involves applying layers of molten wax to a support surface and fusing each additional layer to the previous layer with heat. Each participant will complete one or more small paintings during the workshop and will come away knowing how to prepare surfaces, melt paint, mix colors, create transfers and collages, and more! This class is FULL. Please phone 572-6560 to be put on the wait list or to register in another class.

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Jeff Juhlin
Day & Duration: Saturday & Sunday, 2 days
January 24 & 25 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $165 ($207 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $45

Supply List

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About the Teaching Artist

Jeff Juhlin is a nationally recognized artist who has been working primarily with encaustic for the past ten years. His work has been included in numerous national exhibitions and has been featured in several publications including Encaustic with a Textile Sensibility by Daniella Woolf and Embracing Encaustic by Linda Womack. Jeff holds a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. He is represented in galleries in Utah, Colorado, and Virginia. jeffjuhlin.com

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Advanced Encaustic Workshop with Visiting Artist Jeff Juhlin#914

In this workshop designed for those artists who have some prior experience with encaustic, participants will have the opportunity to further refine and develop skills with basic encaustic techniques and explore other more advanced techniques. This workshop will emphasize working with diverse materials that can be incorporated into artwork, including paper, fabric, metal leaf, and foil. Jeff will also focus on creating and working with rust on silk and paper, using natural hairs and other fibers, and incorporating techniques that create line, texture, and transparent color layering. Participants will be encouraged to explore and develop their artistic vision and expand their visual vocabulary. Jeff will support your individual projects with technical solutions and discussions. Prerequisites: Introduction to Encaustic Painting or equivalent experience
This class is FULL. Please phone 572-6560 if you would like to be put on the wait list or register for another class. Mahalo

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Jeff Juhlin
Day & Duration: Saturday, Sunday & Monday, 3 days
January 31, February 1 & 2 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $245 ($306 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $60

Supply List

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About the Teaching Artist

Jeff Juhlin is a nationally recognized artist who has been working primarily with encaustic for the past ten years. His work has been included in numerous national exhibitions and has been featured in several publications including Encaustic with a Textile Sensibility by Daniella Woolf and Embracing Encaustic by Linda Womack. Jeff holds a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. He is represented in galleries in Utah, Colorado, and Virginia. jeffjuhlin.com

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Experiments with Encaustic Collagraph with Visiting Artist Dorothy Cochran #915

Discover and embrace this compelling non-toxic printmaking process! Engaging experimentation, artists will use hot wax to create their printmaking matrix and be challenged to enhance their print practice. The fluid nature of the collagraph method is appealing for its versatility, painterly effect, and ease of manipulation. Wax is applied to a plexiglass substrate using gestural brushwork then further carved, scraped, and incised for textural effects. Found objects can be stamped and pushed into the surface; linear elements created with hot tools, tapes, and stencils may be used for precise geometry and image definition. This technique can accommodate both abstract and realistic imagery. Plates will be printed with Akua soy based inks in both intaglio and relief on fine art papers. The class will also explore layered monotypes and chine collé applications. This class is FULL. Please phone 572-6560 if you would like to be put on the wait list or register for another class. Mahalo

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Dorothy Cochran
Day & Duration: Friday & Saturday, 2 days
February 6 & 7 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Print Studio
Tuition: $165 ($207 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $75

Supply List

-Tools for scraping and incising surface of wax such as pottery tools, single edge razor blades, old etching tools or dental tools, nails, awl, rotary wheel sewing tools, etc.
-a few materials for creating textures such as bubble wrap, screening, plastic textures and objects that can be pushed into the wax such as metal/plastic shapes, wine corks, any plastic grid shapes
-A few natural hair bristle brushes, 1-3” in width to dedicate to wax. These will be used to paint wax on the plate (no synthetic brushes as they will burn)
-Several 1” paint scrapers for inking and a razor scraper for removal of inks
-Newsprint pad for press work and to carry damp prints home
-Gloves to protect hands, wear old clothes or have a print apron
-Notebook, pen and pencil, scissors, utility knife
-Brayers for rolling inks if you have them. Speedball soft rollers suggested 6”-2”
-a few rags and roll of paper towels for cleanup
-lightweight Asian papers for chine colle – a few small sheets for collaging
-We will use Rives BFK paper, bring extra if you want
-We will use Akua ink, bring your favorite colors if you have them

About the Teaching Artist

Dorothy Cochran is a well-known East Coast printmaker, acknowledged for her expertise and broad command of multiple print methods. A two-time recipient of a NJ State Council on the Arts fellowship, she has taught at Columbia University, City University of New York, and Manhattan Graphics Center. She is currently a faculty member at The Montclair Art Museum. Her work is represented in both private and public art collections throughout the United States, including The New York Public Library, Prudential Life Insurance, Valley Hospital, and the Zimmerli Museum of Rutgers University. Recent exhibitions include shows at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT, the Art Museum of Southwest University in Minnesota, and Franklin54 Gallery in New York City. She is a popular lecturer and workshop leader with a dedicated following and is a featured presenter at the International Encaustic Conference in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Dorothy received an MFA from Columbia University and an MA & BA from Montclair State University. dorothycochran.com

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Pen & Ink: Drawing with Patterns with Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn #916

Images can be created using many different kinds of marks on paper. This class will focus on techniques of pen and ink drawing, including crosshatching, pointillism, and other pattern work. Students may choose to create traditional-style or abstracted drawings. Watercolor and gouache are also optional. Learning this useful skill will enhance your drawing abilities—whether you are a practicing artist or a visual or creative thinker!

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn
Day & Duration: Wednesdays, 3 weeks
February 11 – 25 / 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $95 ($119 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $10

Supply List

18 x 24” Bristol Paper, HB pencil, pencil
sharpener, kneaded eraser (optional: watercolor or gouache, brushes)

About the Teaching Artist

Megan McGlynn is a draughtsman and wood sculptor. She received her BFA from University of Pennsylvania, a certificate in Sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and attended the design-oriented atelier pro-gram, Barnstone Studios. As a partner in Philadelphia-based design/build firm Dubinsky Forman & Associates, she works alongside architects and designers to render project ideas and build models. Her artwork is a clear combination of her classical art education, contemporary architecture, and science. meganmcglynn.com

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Perspective Drawing with Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn #917

Whether you’re creating a still life, landscape, or abstraction, understanding the rules of perspective will create new depths in your work. Perspective gives the impression of height, width, and depth in relation to other objects. In this class, students will work from life as well as their imaginations to learn this illusion of space and volume on a two-dimensional surface. One, two, and three-point perspective will be covered. There are only a few spaces left. Please phone 572-6560 to register. Mahalo!

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn
Day & Duration: Mondays, 3 weeks
February 16 – March 2 / 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $95 ($119 nonmember)

Supply List

pad of high quality sketch paper (18×24
or larger), HB pencil (or pencil set), pencil sharpener, kneaded eraser, 18” ruler

About the Teaching Artist

Megan McGlynn is a draughtsman and wood sculptor. She received her BFA from University of Pennsylvania, a certificate in Sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and attended the design-oriented atelier pro-gram, Barnstone Studios. As a partner in Philadelphia-based design/build firm Dubinsky Forman & Associates, she works alongside architects and designers to render project ideas and build models. Her artwork is a clear combination of her classical art education, contemporary architecture, and science. meganmcglynn.com

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Still Life Drawing with Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn #918

Drawing from life is a challenging, but rewarding and valuable venture for artists and creative minds working in any medium! In this class, students will be given a supportive environment to try their hand at different perspectives and styles using large still life scenes set up in the classroom. The class will talk about composing a drawing, how to show an object’s three-dimensionality, how to place objects in space with adjacent objects, and rendering light and shadow. Students should bring their preferred drawing utensils, including pencils, ink, colored pencils, pastels, etc. (avoid materials with extensive set up requirements such as oil paint).

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn
Day & Duration: Sunday, 1 day
February 22 / 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $45 ($57 nonmember)

Supply List

18 x 24” pad of Bristol or charcoal paper
(light tooth), newsprint, drawing utensils (ie. pencil set, sharpener & eraser)

About the Teaching Artist

Megan McGlynn is a draughtsman and wood sculptor. She received her BFA from University of Pennsylvania, a certificate in Sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and attended the design-oriented atelier pro-gram, Barnstone Studios. As a partner in Philadelphia-based design/build firm Dubinsky Forman & Associates, she works alongside architects and designers to render project ideas and build models. Her artwork is a clear combination of her classical art education, contemporary architecture, and science. meganmcglynn.com

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Metal Connections with Visiting Artist Geoffrey Dubinsky #919

There are countless ways to join metals together. This class will take a look at several styles of connections, including brazing, welding, rivets, drilling, and tapping. Through these methods, students will learn about important distinctions, strengths, and limitations of different kinds of metals. The first half of the class will include lecture and demos; the second half will give students time to practice these valuable techniques. Prerequisite: Metalsmithing and jewelry experience is helpful.

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Geoffrey Dubinsky
Day & Duration: Sunday, 1 day
February 15 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Jewelry Studio
Tuition: $75 ($94 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $15

Supply List

All supplies will be provided or will be available for purchase in the studio.

About the Teaching Artist

Geoffrey Dubinsky is a skilled metal sculptor and fabricator. He received his BFA in sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and started his own company, Dubinsky Iron Works. He specializes in architectural fabrication as well as highly polished, abstract sculptures inspired by natural and man-made structural engineering.
geoffreydubinsky.com

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Metal Finishes with Visiting Artist Geoffrey Dubinsky #920

This class will look at a wide range of metal finishes for a myriad of applications. Students will learn how to choose and execute appropriate patinas for their work, using heat, chemical reactions, abrasives, and more. We will go through the processes of prepping the metal, creating the patina, and sealing/maintaining the work for long-lasting durability. Students are encouraged to bring in their own metalwork to be finished, but it is not required. No experience is necessary! Prerequisite: Metalsmithing and jewelry experience is helpful.

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Geoffrey Dubinsky
Day & Duration: Sunday, 1 day
February 22 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Jewelry Studio
Tuition: $75 ($94 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $15

Supply List

All supplies will be provided or will be available for purchase in the studio.

About the Teaching Artist

Geoffrey Dubinsky is a skilled metal sculptor and fabricator. He received his BFA in sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and started his own company, Dubinsky Iron Works. He specializes in architectural fabrication as well as highly polished, abstract sculptures inspired by natural and man-made structural engineering. geoffreydubinsky.com

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FREE Artist Presentation & Potluck with Visiting Artist Ken Matsuzaki

Join Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center in welcoming back Ken Matsuzaki of Mashiko, Japan! Please bring a dish to share for a pot-luck. After snacks and conversation, Ken will present a video and exhibit a few of his pots.

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Ken Matsuzaki
Day & Duration: Friday, 1 day
Friday, February 20 / 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Location: Solarium
About the Teaching Artist

Ken Matsuzaki received a degree in Ceramic Art from Tamagawa University School of Fine Arts, Tokyo. After graduating in 1972, he moved to Mashiko to apprentice with National Living Treasure Tatsuzo Shimaoka (who himself had moved to Mashiko to study with Shoji Hamada). After a five-year apprenticeship, Matsuzaki established his own kiln, Yuushin Gama, down the road from Tatsuzo Shimaoka. Although his approach is very contemporary, Ken’s works have a strong grounding in the Mingei philosophy. His work introduces a focus on the Oribe style with yohen, shino, and oribe glazing. Ken is currently the president of the Mashiko Potters Association. His pottery is among the collections of major galleries and museums worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Worcester Museum of Art, and the Tikotin Museum in Israel. He has exhibited widely in Japan, the United States, and the UK.

Japanese Pottery Techniques with Visiting Artist Ken Matsuzaki #921

In this workshop, Ken Matsuzaki will focus on throwing techniques to create Japanese wares, i.e. tea bowl (maccha-wan) and sake bottle (tokkuri). He will teach students how to make a Japanese-style teapot (kyusu) and how to coil a flower vase. Ken will demonstrate in the mornings and work with students in the afternoons. Don’t miss this opportunity to work with one of the most important contemporary potters in Japan! Prerequisite: proficiency in throwing and fundamental ceramic processes

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Ken Matsuzaki
Day & Duration: Saturday & Sunday, 2 days
February 21 & 22 / 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Ceramics Studio
Tuition: $195 ($244 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $20

Supply List

Coming soon!

About the Teaching Artist

Ken Matsuzaki received a degree in Ceramic Art from Tamagawa University School of Fine Arts, Tokyo. After graduating in 1972, he moved to Mashiko to apprentice with National Living Treasure Tatsuzo Shimaoka (who himself had moved to Mashiko to study with Shoji Hamada). After a five-year apprenticeship, Matsuzaki established his own kiln, Yuushin Gama, down the road from Tatsuzo Shimaoka. Although his approach is very contemporary, Ken’s works have a strong grounding in the Mingei philosophy. His work introduces a focus on the Oribe style with yohen, shino, and oribe glazing. Ken is currently the president of the Mashiko Potters Association. His pottery is among the collections of major galleries and museums worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Worcester Museum of Art, and the Tikotin Museum in Israel. He has exhibited widely in Japan, the United States, and the UK.

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Plein Air Workshop with Visiting Artist Andrew Rose #922

Venture outdoors and learn how to react better to changing light, compose on the spot, transport your works to and from the studio, and be inspired by others on location. Students will make drawings and paintings on-site at beautiful locations around the Hui with friendly classmates of all levels. Students will see immediate improvement with brush handling and color mixing through individualized tutorials with Andrew. Bring daily snacks, sunscreen, drawing mate-rials, watercolors, oils, or acrylics—all media welcome!

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Andrew Rose
Day & Duration: Saturday, Sunday & Monday, 3 days
March 7 – 9 / 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Location:Children’s Studio
Tuition: $115 ($144 nonmember)

Supply List

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About the Teaching Artist

Andrew Rose has been producing, exhibiting, and selling artwork for artists, galleries, and museums nationally and internationally since 1990. Andrew earned his AB in Art History from Vassar College and his dual-honors MFA/MS degrees in Painting and Art History from Pratt Institute. Since 2006, Rose has been an instructor of classes and seminars in oil painting and professional practices at the Honolulu Academy of Arts’ Linekona School, now known as the Honolulu Museum of Art School. In 2011, Rose opened his gallery on Bishop Street at the heart of the Down-town Arts District in Honolulu. In 2013, Rose joined the Board of Directors of the Friends of the Hawai‘i State Art Museum and became their Director of Marketing and Communications. andrewrosegallery.com

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Color Workshop with Visiting Artist Andrew Rose #923

Participate in an intensive analysis of your palette, materials, and portfolio after an introduction to the fundamentals of color! Bring all your color supplies, including paints, pastels, and pencils to learn about color mixing and application. Students will finish the workshop with a stronger understanding of how their palette works to improve the vibrancy, saturation, and chromatic blending of their works as well as a streamlined kit of materials.

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Andrew Rose
Day & Duration: Saturday, Sunday & Monday, 3 days
March 7 – 9 / 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $115 ($144 nonmember)

Supply List

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About the Teaching Artist

Andrew Rose has been producing, exhibiting, and selling artwork for artists, galleries, and museums nationally and internationally since 1990. Andrew earned his AB in Art History from Vassar College and his dual-honors MFA/MS degrees in Painting and Art History from Pratt Institute. Since 2006, Rose has been an instructor of classes and seminars in oil painting and professional practices at the Honolulu Academy of Arts’ Linekona School, now known as the Honolulu Museum of Art School. In 2011, Rose opened his gallery on Bishop Street at the heart of the Down-town Arts District in Honolulu. In 2013, Rose joined the Board of Directors of the Friends of the Hawai‘i State Art Museum and became their Director of Marketing and Communications. andrewrosegallery.com

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FREE Artist Presentation with Visiting Artist Charles Cohan

Charles will speak about his creative projects, research directions, teaching residencies, and printmaking related travels over the past 15 years.

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Charles Cohan
Day & Duration: Thursday, 1 day
Thursday, April 9 / 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Location: Solarium
About the Teaching Artist

Charles Cohan received his MFA in printmaking from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. He has taught workshops at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Pilchuck Glass School, Anderson Ranch Art Center, Pyramid Atlantic, Whan-ganui Polytechnic in New Zealand, Canberra Glassworks/Megalo Printmakers, and the University of South Australia. He has received research grants from the U.S. Department of State, the Helpmann Foundation, and the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. He currently chairs the printmaking department at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. charlescohan.com

Stencil Mono & Relief Printing Workshop with Visiting Artist Charles Cohan #924

This workshop will combine the use of traditional hand cut stencil processes and relief printing techniques. Plate making methods will include a range of subtractive and additive methods, and plates will be developed for printing in both relief and intaglio. This particular combination of relief and stencil monoprinting processes provides a larger scale and more topographic approach to printmaking. Other benefits include the use of inexpensive and readily available mate-rial and the ability to make prints on a larger scale.

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Charles Cohan
Day & Duration: Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 3 days
April 10 – 12 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Print Studio
Tuition: $245 ($306 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $75

Supply List

1 roll Brawny paper towels
1 roll – 1” wide blue painters tape
Apron
Personal tools

About the Teaching Artist

Charles Cohan received his MFA in printmaking from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. He has taught workshops at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Pilchuck Glass School, Anderson Ranch Art Center, Pyramid Atlantic, Whan-ganui Polytechnic in New Zealand, Canberra Glassworks/Megalo Printmakers, and the University of South Australia. He has received research grants from the U.S. Department of State, the Helpmann Foundation, and the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. He currently chairs the printmaking department at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. charlescohan.com

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Understanding Hawaiian Kapa with Visiting Artist Dalani Tanahy #925

Join us for this special opportunity to gain hands-on experience with kapa making! After learning about the historic importance and demise of Hawaiian kapa, students will make a shark tooth knife and ohe kapala stamps, beat the kapa using traditional tools and methods, make dyes, learn proper gathering methods and protocols for dye plants, and discover the different types of designs unique to Hawaiian kapa.

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Dalani Tanahy
Day & Duration: Saturday & Sunday, 2 days
April 25 & 26 / 9:00 am – 3:00 pmbr />
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $145 ($181 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $50

Supply List

Supplies will be provided.

About the Teaching Artist

Dalani Tanahy is a native of San Diego, California with maternal roots from Waikapu, Maui. A lifelong artist in many media, she was drawn to kapa making over 15 years ago and stayed with it because of its diversity and rareness. Dalani’s favorite kapa to make are the ones people will use, whether a pa‘u to wear for a wedding, a baby’s blanket, or burial kapa, she feels proudest of the kapa that is made for actual use. She is known for making soft and pliable kapa. With kapa education always being at the forefront of her work, she enjoys teaching students about the ingenuity, patience, and artistry of not only Hawaiians, but all of our ancestors who respected and worked with the ‘aina. Dalani’s work was recently featured Mohala Hou Ke Kapa / Kapa Blossoms Anew, an exhibition at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. kapahawaii.com

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Hui No‘eauʻs Visiting Artist Program features professional local, national and international visual artists teaching specialized sessions integrating lecture, slide demonstration, films, group critiques and panel discussions with hands-on workshops. Through short-term residencies, the program provides in-depth, repeated contact between artist and student that offers new perspectives and helps foster our standing as a place where the arts are vital and diverse. Sessions are designed to be interactive and to expose and educate students by broadening their understanding of the arts through interaction with professional artists from various cultural and artistic backgrounds.