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Modern Tintype Workshops Premiere At Flamingo Clay Studio

Christine Ellinghausen will lead two Modern Tintype Workshops at Flamingo Clay Studio in Lake Worth, FL.  The separate workshops take place on Sept. 19th and Sept. 26th. This is a first workshop for this process in South Florida, and perhaps all of Florida…  It is the same one that will take place at the giant ADOBE MAX Creativity Conference, in October.  This non-toxic process that allows artists to alter their digital pigment images is from Dass Art™.  Apply your images to metal, plexi, glass and paper in your own studios!  The Rickie Report shares the details and urges you to sign up early!

 

 

M O D E R N    T I N T Y P E S

 

 

 

CGMSModernTintypesSlate Cover

 

Make your words and images move – In minutes!

 MODERN  TINTYPES

Two, Separate Workshops:

Sept. 19th   10 – 4

Sept. 26th  10 – 4

 

Flamingo Clay Studio

216 South F  Street

Lake Worth,FL

 

Once quaint and tiny, the historic tintype has been recreated and enlarged to new and dynamic possibilities by the use of the DASS ART™ Transfer Film process. Now this wonderful classic format can be appreciated on a variety of substrates.

 

Modern tintypes: Check out this Slate story Christine Created!

Make your words and images move – In minutes.

Download Slate for free here: http://www.adobe.com/go/slate-home

 

Workshop Details:

Workshop:  $125.     Materials:  $50.   Total Cost: $175.

Send check made payable to: Flamingo Clay Studio 

15 South J Street    Lake Worth, FL 33460

 

 

Christine Ellinghausen tells The Rickie Report, “This is a first workshop for this process in South Florida, and perhaps all of Florida…  And it is the same one that will be at the giant ADOBE MAX Creativity Conference, in October. For the 7000 particants.. Which I will be attending as staff for this element of the conference..as an authorized DASS ART™ instructor “.

 

 

 

“This process will allow artists to alter their digital pigment images and to apply them to metal, plexi, glass and paper in their own studios.  It is a Non-toxic process which  allows the artist to transfer photos in daylight, and does not require a darkroom. No vapor and no goo, the DASS ART™ process eclipses others as it will leave no sticky residue. Images made with the DASS ART™ system do not require glazing, that means no glass between the image and the viewer…”

 

 

 

For more information and to register, please contact Christine Ellinghausen

Cestudio@bellsouth.net

 

Flamingo Clay Studio


www.facebook.com/FlamingoClayStudio216SFSt?rf=

or

joyce@flamingoclaystudio.org

 

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