Paste Paper Designs – Art Workshop Hajosy Arts – Thursday, August 30, 2018

pinkpastesampler

It’s the last day of August art camp! Paste Paper Designs Workshop with Cristina Hajosy in her home studio. Thursday, August 30, 2018 from 11am to 3:30pm. All materials and lunch included. Paste Paper, one of the earliest forms of decorative papers, is commonly used for bookbinding, as well as calligraphy, printmaking, collage, stamping, and origami. Paste Paper is created using acrylic paint or similar pigments mixed in a suspension of paste. After being applied to a dampened sheet of paper, the colored paste can be patterned by pulling various utensils across the paste. Design your own paper patterns!

Read the rest of this post...

Friday Night Paper Marbling with Tapas – Hajosy Arts – August 17, 2018

Jellyfish Reverse pillow small

Join Cristina Hajosy for an art workshop exploring the decorative art of paper marbling. We’ll focus on Turkish-style marbling. This method, “Ebru”, can produce lovely figurative designs of fish, flowers, birds, and abstract shapes or go with the traditional combed patterns. Your floating designs may be free-form, combed, or even blown. Marbling with Tapas from 6-10pm on Friday, August 17, 2018 at Hajosy Arts, Canton, Mass. August Art Playdate!

Read the rest of this post...

Friday Night Marbling with Tapas – Hajosy Arts – June 22, 2018

hajosy-courtyard-4

Join Cristina Hajosy for an art workshop exploring the decorative art of paper marbling. We’ll focus on Turkish-style marbling. This method, “Ebru”, can produce lovely figurative designs of fish, flowers, birds, and abstract shapes or go with the traditional combed patterns. Your floating designs may be free-form, combed, or even blown. Marbling with Tapas from 6-10pm on Friday, June 22, 2018 at Hajosy Arts, Canton, Mass.

Read the rest of this post...

Paste Paper Workshop – The Eliot School – Saturday, June 30, 2018

350

Paste paper is traditionally used for endpapers and book covers, offering a textural and colorful alternative to marbling. See some historical and contemporary approaches, then create your own. Start with a traditional method, then learn ways to make more creative and painterly versions. Join book artist, Cristina Hajosy in this messy, creative exploration on Saturday, June 30 from 1:30- 5:30pm at the Eliot School in Jamaica Plain, Boston.

Read the rest of this post...

Bookmaking Workshop – Flag Books – The Eliot School – Sunday, June 24, 2018

flag banner

Flag books have wonderful sculptural possibilities. With multiple angles of view, they provide interesting double narrative potentials, contrasting viewpoints, or “yin and yang”, if you will. Viewers enjoy the visual movement and performative qualities of flag books. They beg the viewer to play and to keep interacting with the artwork. There so many approaches to content. Excellent for creative poetry, wish lists, sweet nothings, photographs, abstract designs, and more!

Read the rest of this post...

Friday Night Marbling with Tapas – Hajosy Arts – May 25, 2018

jellyfish-reverse

Join Cristina Hajosy for an art workshop exploring the decorative art of paper marbling. We’ll focus on Turkish-style marbling. This method, “Ebru”, can produce lovely figurative designs of fish, flowers, birds, and abstract shapes or go with the traditional combed patterns. Your floating designs may be free-form, combed, or even blown. Marbling with Tapas from 6-10pm on Friday, May 25, 2018 at Hajosy Arts, Canton, Mass.

Read the rest of this post...

A Long-Distance Relationship – Exhibition – Attleboro Arts Museum

wantwantedwanting

A Long-Distance Relationship: The 26.2 Mile Journey. Exhibition April 10 to May 5, 2018. April in New England always brings the Boston Marathon into our lives. This year is the fifth anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings. Attleboro Arts Museum has invited some wonderful artists to share their personal interpretations with a wide theme to commemorate. Opening reception: Tuesday, April 10, 2018 from 7-9pm.

Read the rest of this post...

Spring Newton Open Studios – New Art Center group site – April 6-8, 2018

472151_338990059478177_550564652_o

Once again, Hajosy Arts is proud to be participating in this Spring’s Newton Open Studio Weekend. Cristina will be joining her fellow art educators and friends at the New Art Center’s group site. With 25+ artists in one space, it’s certain to provide a lovely stop on the art tour throughout Newton. New this year, we’ll have expanded viewing and receptions, in addition to the Saturday and Sunday times. This city-wide event is always a real treat with 160 artists!

Read the rest of this post...

Altered Books Workshop – The Eliot School – Sunday, June 17, 2018

alteredbook4

Transform books, old or new, into art objects. The book becomes a canvas, a sculpture or a reliquary of personally meaningful content. Draw inspiration from the book’s author or content, or purely use the book as a structure. Incorporate paper cutting, collage, bookmaking and other processes. Cristina will have books on hand, or bring your own, along with small objects and images to include. Transform used books into art objects. Learn bookmaking, paper cutting, drawing, collage and decollage techniques to reinvent used books into something new.

Read the rest of this post...

Fuller Craft Museum – Paper Marbling – Saturday, May 19

lava-flowweb

The marbling experience is both mediative and creative for all skill levels and artistic interests. Be prepared for a fun, messy, fast-paced art day that is “engineered for success”. All participants will have their own marbling vat, custom color choices, and plenty of paper types. We’ll explore the historical techniques and contemporary trends in this unique form of aqueous surface decoration. Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 10am to 4:30pm at the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA with Cristina Hajosy.

Read the rest of this post...

Friday Night Marbling with Tapas – Friday, April 20, 2018 – Hajosy Arts, Canton

wicked-windsweb

Join Cristina Hajosy for an art workshop exploring the decorative art of paper marbling. We’ll focus on Turkish-style marbling. This method, “Ebru”, can produce lovely figurative designs of fish, flowers, birds, and abstract shapes or go with the traditional combed patterns. Your floating designs may be free-form, combed, or even blown. Marbling with Tapas from 6-10pm on Friday, April 20, 2018 at Hajosy Arts, Canton, Mass.

Read the rest of this post...