Beki BormanProfessional Artist and Instructor
Beki Borman was born and raised in the Milwaukee area of Wisconsin. She attended the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design where she received her BFA in painting in 2004. Since graduating, Beki has exhibited both locally and nationally. Beki’s current paintings are done primarily with a palette knife. These “Chromascapes” focus on color relationships within the subject of landscape. Some of Beki’s influences include Vincent Van Gogh, Wolf Kahn, and Wayne Thiebaud. She currently works out of her studio in the Waukesha Springs Gallery/Studios.
Beki is passionate about art being accessible. No matter where you are on your creative journey, her goal is to guide you in discovering your own vision. We all make bad paintings, that is part of the learning process. It is important to try and remove barriers and intimidation that prevents us from exploring what is possible.
Painting Without A Brush with Beki Borman
Develop your style of acrylic painting in a whole new way! This class is a great opportunity to discover the different uses of acrylic paint. Experienced painters will have a chance to develop new techniques and beginners will have a chance to uncover their creativity. Students will learn several brushless techniques to achieve unique effects. Traditional and non-traditional tools will be demonstrated. Students are welcome to bring their own photos and choose any subject to create expressive paintings during this two-day workshop. 9 a.m.–4 p.m. each day.
A supply list will be provided prior to class.
Some previous painting experience is helpful.
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