In this A wet-plate collodion photographic workshop, students will pair-up with each other and will be using Luther Gerlach’s cameras and other necessary equipment to make your own tintype, ambrotype and negatives. This special three-day workshop is designed for beginners but experienced tintype photographers will also have a lot to learn. Luther teaches this process out of his rolling darkroom, which is in his converted bus. Weather permitting, we will journey outdoors to expose our plates. Possible locations are Point Lobos, Big Sur and Garrapata Beach State Park. Each student will return home with several images that they have exposed and developed by hand.More Information
Pocket Sketching Instructor: Kath Macualay Media: 4 x 6 art pad, a pen, a small watercolor paint set, a brush and a film canister of water Dates: July 29—31, 2014 Bonus...More Information
Carmel Visual Arts was established by painter Rich Brimer and photographer Carol Henry to build a space where art education, creation and exhibition can be fully explored by artists and the community. Offering art classes & workshops for the beginner and professional artist.