Instructor: Jessie Hedden
A bit about me: Jessie Hedden is a painter and sculptor who works with abstract and representational imagery, basing both approaches on direct observation. Dynamic composition, luminous color, and the formal elements are central to her work. Hedden has a BA from Hampshire College and a Masters in Fine Arts from the University of Washington. Her awards include a Rasmuson grant and two All Alaska Juried awards from the Anchorage Museum. She has been a faculty member at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks since 2000. Jessie lives in Fairbanks with her husband, fellow artist David Mollett and their son Blake.
Dates: March 23 - April 13 - This course has been cancelled. Please contact Summer Sessions with any questions.
Meeting Times: Thursdays, 2 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: Raven Homeschool, 4762 Old Airport Rd, Fairbanks
Description: What are mobiles and stabiles? A mobile is a type of sculpture that is suspended in the air and often moves with air currents. A stabile is a free-standing sculpture in the style of a mobile that stands on a base. In this workshop, students will design and construct their own stabiles and mobiles while learning about the principles of visual and physical balance. We will learn about historical and contemporary artists known for creating this type of sculpture. All are welcome, with or without prior experience.