Abstractions in Mixed Media With Dana Finimore

Friday & Saturday, March 24 & 25
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
$275 members / $350 non-members

Abstraction uses a visual language of imagery, shape, color and line.  Extraordinary compositions are achieved that exist independent from visual references. This type of art can be liberating since it is free of the logic of perspective and realism, and seeks only to satisfy the whims of the artist. Using intuitive thinking the artist is free to concentrate on his or her process. This departure from accurate representation can be slight, partial, or completely abstracted. Using a combination of paint, acrylic medium, graphite, collage and stencil, you will explore a plethora of expressive techniques to build meaningful art.

*Supplies Included.



About the Artist:

Finimore has enjoyed a very diverse career path as a visual artist. Her work includes painting, clay, and small metals. She maintains a busy schedule, showing her work at both group and solo events. She is a member of the Craftsman’s Guild of Mississippi, the Teaching Artist Guild and the Arkansas Craft School. She is represented by Pacesetter Gallery of Flowood, Ms. Finimore holds a BFA in Painting and an MFA in Studio Art, both from Memphis College of Art.