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Tin Can Collage Workshop at Pocosin Arts

P1030807Pocosin Arts is dedicated to nurturing creativity through arts education.  Located a few steps from the banks of the Scuppernong River, the center is surrounded by water, wildlife and the natural beauty of Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, making it an ideal place to leave your daily routine behind and immerse yourself in one of their creative workshops.  Pocosin Arts offers evening, weekend, one-day and one-week workshops in metals, clay, photography, drawing, painting, textiles and others.  Now in its 13th year, each February Pocosino Arts hosts a 4-day retreat, Cabin Fever Reliever, bringing artists from all over the country to teach workshops in all media.  Pocosin Arts also offers artist residencies that are tailored to the needs of individual artists. In February 2012 I was invited by Pocosin Arts Program Director, Marlene True, to teach a tin can collage class at Cabin Fever Reliever 2013. My wife, Chris, agreed to be my assistant and make the drive to North Carolina. Our experience was wonderful and it was such a pleasure to make so many new artist friends.

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Chris and I enjoying a cool sunny morning before classes begin.

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This shear was provided for our class and I liked it. A bunch.

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2 Responses to “Tin Can Collage Workshop at Pocosin Arts”


  1. 1 Susan C Hogan
    February 27, 2013 at 8:59 pm

    WOW you two had a great trip.some neat studentssomeone’s espresso was too damn hotthere may have been a tin man or woman following your styledog and guy was done very well. Welcome home.Stephanie Hall called and is getting her knee done but would like to share your sketches when ready with her board pretty early in March if possible.like I said, welcome home! Susan

  2. 2 Julie Moye
    February 28, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    Robert and Chris, we all enjoyed your wonderful workshop and you!
    Julie


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