When it comes to acrylics, Liquitex started it all in 1955. In this demonstration attendees will be introduced to the acrylic brand that has been on the forefront of innovation for over 50 years. As the #1 acrylic in the world Liquitex is the only brand to offer the most diverse range of professional products including five unique ranges of professional acrylic colors, innovative mediums, and a revolutionary range of painting tools to meet the needs of every artist. This demo is all about getting people excited about the endless possibilities of acrylic color and mediums so they can go right into the studio with tons of new ideas. Each attendee will receive a sample pack of Liquitex Artist Materials!
This event is FREE but registration is required. Please call (619) 688-1911 to reserve your spot today!
FEATURED ARTIST: DANIELA CAMPINS
Daniela Campins was born in Leeds, England and grew up in Venezuela. Daniela earned her Bachelor’s of Fine Art in Drawing and Painting from California State University Long Beach and her Master’s of Fine Arts at the University of California Santa Barbara. In 2011 she was awarded the VCU arts Painting and Printmaking Fountainhead Arts Fellowship and taught at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her drawings and paintings articulate aspects of physical concepts, but in its organization, and not in its accurate resemblance or mimetic appearance. The compositions are casual and abstract manifestations of concepts such as gravity, buoyancy, collision, pulling and dissolution dominate. Her process is a constant of impulse and restrain, a visual descriptive narrative of fallen spatters, cascading marks, anchored drips, and severed parts. She has been included in exhibitions at The Torrance Museum of Art, Boom: Los Angeles, GLAMFA, New Wight Gallery in UCLA, Atkinson Gallery at the Santa Barbara City College, the Santa Barbara Museum of Fine Art (CA), Reynolds Gallery in Richmond (VA), Art Platform—Los Angeles, and the Rheeway Gallerie (CA). Daniela is a curator and active member of LA-based collective Manual History Machines.