Shauna Blake demo of acrylic pouring at GO ART!
From the Batavia Society of Artists:
A hands-on demonstration of acrylic pouring on ceramic will be given by Shauna Blake for the Batavia Society of Artists from 7 to 9 p.m. on March 13 at GO ART!
It is located at 201 E. Main St. in the historic Seymour Building in Downtown Batavia.
The drop-in fee for nonmembers is $5. There is no fee for members. To join, you can pay the dues on the night of the demo or by contacting the society to make arrangements. Dues are $30 for one person; $50 per couple; and $10 for a student. The email address is [email protected]
All are welcome.
Blake started painting in her early teens and has devoted her entire working life to her artwork. She has a love for nature and uses the energy it provides to inspire her art. In 1994, she graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh where she studied graphic design and illustration.
She worked in the graphic design field for seven years before starting a new glass art business with her husband in 2001. She expanded her artistic skill set to include creating a variety of lampwork glass beads. In 2009, Blake discovered the joy of painting on silk and formed a news business Quintessence Silk Art, which is dedicated to creating a variety of silk art products.
This artist found that painting on silk was a natural match to her watercolor painting background and she has enjoyed exploring the medium ever since.
Since 2017, Blake found the art of acrylic pouring and expanded her business to include acrylic abstacts, which she uses in several ways, creating a variety of products, including one-of-a-kind jewelry and paintings.
Her handpainted silk scarves, silk ribbons, art prints and acrylic abstracts worldwide on her website: www.QuintessenceSilk.com and on the popular Etsy handmade crafts site online.