Drawing Pads, a round paint brush and a flat paint brush are included with registration. Participants should plan to bring the following items:
• Drawing pens – some permanent – a variety colors including black
• Colored pencils
• Watercolor pencils (if you have them)
• Sketches/Image prompts
About the instructor
Dana DuMont works with varied media including digital images, collage, drawings, fibers, glass, and clay, and recently stepped back from full-time teaching to expand her own studio practice. Elements of and connections to the natural world inspire her pieces and she regularly incorporates recycled, donated and found items into her works. She exhibits and sells her work regionally, her paint restoration of the RCA “Nipper” window is on view at The Smithsonian’s Museum of American History, and she continues her teaching, which like her artistic process, encourages creative risk-taking, perseverance, humor, reflection, and environmental stewardship. DuMont holds BFAs in Craft Materials and Art Education from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master’s of Humanities with a concentration in art history from the University of Richmond. An avid traveler, she considers her ongoing art journeying to be her continuing studies program. More of her work can be seen here and at Studio DuMont.