Workshops and Demonstrations
There are several Tannery Row Artist Colony that give workshops to groups and organizations throughout the community.
Take a look at several of our artists below to determine which one would be a good fit for your group's needs. Many of our artists are willing to travel or conduct a workshop within the Artist Colony.
Mixed Media | Assemblage
Tonya Haswell creates captivating images through mixed media, collage and assemblage techniques. Many of her works are inspired by the art of storytelling and the symbolic imagery conveyed throughout various character traits and settings.
See more of Tonya's work on her artist page.
Contact Tanya to inquire about the workshops she offers.
Oil | Pastel | IAPS
The landscapes of Donna Biggee captures the serenity of her Georgia roots and depict the vivid colors of the southern seasons. Donna is a representational artist with an emphasis in oils and pastels, Donna's works are inspired by the expressed beauty in nature.
Contact Donna to schedule a workshop.
View Donna's artist page to see more of her work.
ADRIENNE FORSHNER KINSEY
Acrylic | Mixed Media | Oil Pastel | Drawing | Art Instruction
Adrienne's abstract works are filled with thick, bold acrylic paint, polymers, and found mixed materials that may be representational or completely non-objective. Geometric shape and pattern are recurring elements throughout her contemporary paintings.
Contact Adrienne to schedule a workshop.
View Adrienne's artist page to see more of her work.
GENA BRODIE ROBBINS
Oil | Acrylic | Mixed Media
Gena Brodie Robbins is an exhibiting artist who has shown nationally and is represented by dkgallery in Marietta, Ga. Her work centers around the body language and mood conveyed by the effects of various light sources and the position of the figure. She works mostly in acrylic and oil on canvas. To view more of Gena's work view her artist page or website below.
Acrylic | Colored Pencil | PleinAir
Judith Surowiec grew up and married in Buffalo, NY. Inspired by her artist mother and the work of Charles Burchfield, she studied art at SUNY and graduated with a degree in Art Education. Judith and her family moved from state to state affording her the opportunity to meet new artists and become involved with the arts of each community. During one move to Atlanta (there were four), she began studying with Joseph Perrin. Her work made a dramatic change. Now, working with acrylics and colored pencil, she paints with a colorful energy. Sometimes she folds or crumples a canvas for the challenge and surprise. This process adds a unique "signature" to her paintings.
Judy's work can be found in many private and corporate collections throughout the US, Europe, and Canada.
View more of Judith's work on her artist page.
While Judith doe not give workshops, she does give amazing demonstrations.
Contact Judith to schedule a demonstration