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Photoshop for Artists
Instructor: Ana Golici
July 31 - September 4
6 sessions: Wednesdays, 6:30 pm – 9:30pm
Class Fee: $300 members / $340 non members
* Includes 18 hours free studio time
During this class, students work on their own projects while learning how to use Photoshop basic tools. Broaden your knowledge about what benefits Photoshop offers to your artistic practice while creating your own digital masterpiece. Bring your work for scanning (objects, photographs, drawings, paintings, transparencies). Feel free to e-mail Ana Golici at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions about this class.
Ana Golici has been teaching Photoshop classes for the last 12 years. Based on her teaching experience and her daily use of Photoshop for her own artistic projects, Ana developed a special class curriculum focused on fine artist's needs. Ana Golici is an artist/lithographer formerly of the Podul printmaking workshop in Romania. Ms. Golici came to the USA in 1987 where she continued her study of lithography with Bob Blackburn at the Printmaking Workshop. The New York cultural atmosphere inspired Ms. Golici, heightening the pace of her creative process: she started to experiment with Xerox transfers, on stone, on paper, on anything. Later, the computer proved to be the most efficient and effective tool for developing her ideas. Ana creates her work using Photoshop, printing large format images on a variety of papers, and experimenting most of the time. Because of Ms. Golici’s traditional printmaking background, the digital prints she creates do not look like digital prints. In 1998 Ana Golici earned her MFA in printmaking from Hunter College. Ms. Golici has participated in many printmaking biennials and triennials in Europe, USA, and Asia. Her work has been exhibited in New York Hall of Science, Hunter College Times Square Gallery, East-West Gallery in NY, IPCNY, Wave Hill, NY, and Palatele Brincovenesti, Romania. She has works in the Library of Congress Collection and in private and state collections in Europe and USA.
To register, please contact RBPMW at email@example.com or 646.416.6226.