Mixed Media inspirations by Lyn Belisle
Lyn Belisle has been a working artist and teacher for five decades. She studied production pottery with Tracy Dotson and hand building with Jerry Alexander at the San Antonio Art Institute, and collaborated in kiln-building and studio work with Roger Travis. Her current work includes small hand-built earthenware components which she incorporates into assemblage and other mixed media explorations. These pieces are shown at La Vida Gallery in San Antonio and Dan Pfeiffer Gallery in Fredericksburg.
After a long career teaching art in public school and computer science at Trinity University, Lyn founded her own studio in January of 2013. Lyn Belisle Studio (A Place of Creative Belonging) is both a teaching lab and a work space for artistic experiment and production. She has an active shop on Etsy for her small clay “Earth Shards,” which are sold worldwide.
In this program, Lyn will describe how she uses low-fire unglazed earthenware in her artwork and show examples of her assemblages and collages in series and in single pieces. Participants will have a chance to try various finished on small, unglazed objects including walnut ink, acrylic finishes, and metallic waxes.
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