Renate M. Novak
Art Workshop, Sunday, March 2, 1 – 4pm
2 Month Show runs from Feb. 2– March 30, 2014
"Enter into the freedom that is already yours. Your Now transcends your past. Your self imposed limitations are but a persistent illusion that can be transformed in a magical moment."
Renate M. Novak was born in Germany as the daughter of prolific artist Josefa Muller. She immigrated to the United States in 1970 and has lived in the Princeton area since then.
Along the path of her artistic endeavors she apprenticed with Robert Whitley a well known artist and woodworker whose wood sculptures are on permanent display in the Doylestown PA, James
Museum. Robert Whitley is best known for the reproduction of the White House oval office desk for the Kennedy
Museum in Boston.
Renate has recently decided to follow her artistic expressive desire more seriously after closing the well known educational center ‘Health Choices Institute and Holistic
School’ that she owned and directed for 18 years.
Her one-of-a-kind creative expressions in mixed media are very well received and sparkle up any space. Her website is: http://www.artisticexpressionsnj.com
WORKSHOP WORKSHOP WORKSHOP WORKSHOP
Renate will be teaching and sharing her creative process. Sunday, March 2, 1 – 4pm.
She will be sharing 2 approaches; polymer/ceramics and fabric banners. If you will be working with fabric, please bring your own fabric to the workshop. It needs to be heavy material, like velour, denim or corduroy. You can also bring what you want to add to it, shells, stones, acorns, small toys, figures and so on. Renate will bring fun things like small mirrors and glass marbles, glue, and so on.
This is a one-time amazing event. Don’t miss it!
You will leave with your own piece.
$15. for materials.
Contact Gretchen Altabef for details, firstname.lastname@example.org