You have the skills, now discover your voice. Take your knowledge of encaustics to the next level with new approaches as you review and refine your skills. Students work through a series of layering technique studies to create finished works.
The opening scene in a novel or short story establishes the characters, the setting, and most importantly, the voice. Story questions in those first pages should engage readers and entice them to read on. Your novel or story should begin with a strong opening sentence and end with a strong hook.
Jimmy Wray leads visitors on a tour of his woodworking studio on Stock Island and demonstrates the process of creating wood art – from tree to mill to finished sculpture. Jimmy will be demonstrating the use of a large bandsaw mill for reducing logs to usable wood as well as exploring the various species of local tropical hardwoods.
As most people with a smart phone in their pocket have come to realize, there’s a world of possibility within that little package. Drevich, who has gained national attention and numerous awards for her work, shows users how to tap into their camera’s full potential as a strong creative tool.
Stock Island artist Tom Noeker turns Cuban mahogany on a lathe to make one-of-a-kind “Cuban YoYo’s” for fishing. The traditional Cuban Yoyo is a device that’s elegant in its simplicity, a handheld wooden spool used for casting fishing line that’s easy to learn but difficult to master. In about an hour, Noeker takes a raw piece of wood and has it ready for varnish, right in front of your eyes.