When: Sunday, June 26, 10a-1pm
Where: ROW DTLA
What We’re Doing: Join artist Kim Baise as she walks us through her unique papier-mache process, creating beauty from recycled paper and cardboard. You’ll learn the fundamentals of papier-mache that will be used to create custom sculptures. No experience is needed. Get ready to get messy! Bring along an apron if you’d like. All materials will be provided.
*Workshop pricing is per person attending.
Kim Baise is a Los Angeles-based artist and designer with a master's in printmaking and sculpture from NYU. Using papier mache and organic and repurposed materials, her mobile constructions and figurative assemblages embody the energy of her mark-making. While referencing traditional Cartoneria her ice cream trucks, she-ra feministas, and crying eyes reveal her own visual narrative on the everyday. Kim has taken her personal aesthetic of bright colors and bold shapes to create woodblock prints that are fresh, modern and raw. Instead of using a printing press she uses a wooden spoon to press her images by hand (as taught by MOMA artist Zarina Hashmi). She is also a printmaking student of the great viscosity print inventor, Krishna Reddy. Jikits is the result of Kim's playing in her own creative inner world. Her works can be found at One Kings Lane, West Elm, Crate and Barrel Kids, Gorman, Nickey Kehoe, Menil Collection, PMCA and more!
Please note: In the interest of keeping our creative community safe & well as we navigate the pandemic, we are requiring proof of vaccination or a negative test result dated within 48 hours of the workshop date for all class participants, instructors, and staff. Everyone is also to remain fully masked during workshops except when actively eating or drinking. If you have any questions about our policies, please send an email to email@example.com.
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