Justin Burns: Feb. 19 demo/mini-workshop on Golden Paints in Farmers Branch

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REGULAR MEETINGS of the Farmers Branch Carrollton Art Association are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month August – May EXCEPT DECEMBER! Meeting schedule: 9:00 -9:30 Social Time; 9:30-10:30 Meeting 10:30-12:00; Demo 1:00 – 3:00 Mini-Workshop.

GUESTS are welcome! The demonstrations are free, but the optional mini-workshops are $10. Location: Craft Room of Farmers Branch Senior Center: Valwood & Dennis Lane

FEBRUARY MEETING will be February 19th. Guest artist will be Justin Burns, Golden Working Artist.

GOLDEN Lecture Demo 10:30-12:00

The GOLDEN Acrylics FREE lecture and demonstration is a fun informative, educational and fast-paced presentation of all the products GOLDEN has to offer. The Lecture covers information about the different types of acrylic paints, mediums, gels, pastes and grounds. The lecture will also cover a technical review of acrylics and their varied application possibilities, techniques in working with mixed media, printmaking, and the review of GOLDEN’s newest products including OPEN acrylics, High Flow acrylics and QoR watercolor. This lecture will hopefully give you some new insights that can be added to your creative process. All participants will receive a free information packet, hand painted color charts and a bag of free GOLDEN product samples to take home.

GOLDEN Workshop 1:00 3;00 – $10.00

Watercolor on Unconventional surfaces: We use QoR watercolor on surfaces you wouldn’t think you could apply watercolor to. We can apply QoR watercolor to metal, wood, mirrors, duralar or even plexiglass while still keeping the integrity of the watercolor.

Mini Workshop Supply List;

Please bring a surface of your choice, variety of brushes
paper towels
water container

Justin will be supplying the Golden QoR Watercolors.

About Justin

I grew up in Farmers Branch, Texas and studied close to home at the University of North Texas. I earned a BFA focusing primarily on Studio Drawing and Painting in 2013. Before achieving a BFA, my twin brother and I were traveling playing music and signed a

record contract to Island/Def-Jam Records in 2009. During my travels playing music, I experimented in painting and photography and began to gather photographs of a small community where my family has a one-hundred-year old farm in Kopperl, Texas. I took interest in stories of the farm, community and what is
physically left behind in that community. After experiencing an apartment fire where my family and I lost everything in 2014, my work began to take a new role and meaning. My work focuses on spaces that are left as they are, weathered and
abandoned fragments of a time once lived. My paintings have been exhibited in Dallas/Fort Worth and have been featured in publications such as Studio Visit Magazine and Friend of the Artist.

Website: http://www.justinlburns.net