Egg Tempera is a wonderful traditional material not frequently explored in a workshop setting. The quality of light and delicacy of surface inherent in the technique of egg tempera make it a unique painting technique.
Each participant should come with some form of source material, for example a sketch or a photograph. These sources are meant for development of your ideas and will serve as a broad starting point towards your goals for making an image. Source material could be from direct observation, for example, self-portrait, landscape or still-life, or from a photograph or image found online, or a sketch from imagination.Please note: Tuition for this workshop does not cover materials needed for class. To view which materials necessary for this course, please click on the "Tools & Materials" tab.
Materials Provided: pigments, prepared small wood panels
Materials needed: At least three watercolor brushes (rounds) ranging from sizes 01-08 points.
Jennifer Moses lives and paints in Boston. She received her BFA from Tyler School of Art, and MFA in painting at Indiana University. She has been included in exhibitions across the country and throughout New England and is currently represented by the Kingston Gallery in Boston where she has had nine solo exhibitions. Her work has been reviewed in Art New England Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, and Sculpture Magazine. Moses’ work has been published in "New American Paintings", and in the book “Making Abstract Art”. Awards include a recruitment fellowship to the University of Indiana, a Blanch E. Colman award, and numerous academic grants including a Faculty Scholars Grant from the University of New Hampshire. She has received fellowships to Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the Yaddo artist residency, Jentel artist residency, and the Ragdale Foundation. In addition, Moses was a fellow at the Roswell Artist in Residence, in Roswell, NM. This yearlong experience culminated with a solo exhibition at the Roswell Museum of Art. Moses is a Professor at the University of New Hampshire.