Photo Transfer Workshop with Carter Hallman

Available Tickets Price Qty*
General Admission show details + $60.00 (USD)  / ticket  

*Please note that a maximum number of 16 tickets can be purchased for this event per order.


  • February 23, 2017
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

carterworkshop

IMAGE TRANSFER WORKSHOP

A technique close to the artist’s heart, consisting of printed images transferred onto handmade wooden canvases. Combined with acrylic painting and individual expression, a one of a kind collage will be created that will be wall worthy in any home. The $60 ticket will include a handmade wooden canvas, paints to use during the workshop, instruction by artist Carter Hallman, and your first glass of wine!

TIPS

Please print out and bring in your own images (can be self photographed or images from Google) to make your art piece more personal and fun! We will provide an array of random, fun images for people to choose from as well. I favor pictures of animals, plants, weird objects, or even people’s faces work well. The more personalized, the better.

PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS

Images should range from 2″ x 2″ to 4″ x 6″ and should be printed in black & white on regular printer paper. The smaller the images, the more you will be able to fit on the canvas and get creative, although sometimes simplicity is best.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Carter Hallman grew up in his mother’s art studio in Santa Barbara, playing with paints and any art materials he could get his hands on. As a child, he loved to build and create things– from legos, model planes, drawings, to now crafting wine barrel furniture, and applying his artistry to the wine and food world. Hallman received his degree in the Culinary Arts and has spent multiple seasons abroad in France cooking in restaurants and making wine. Currently living in SLO, where he is finishing up his Enology/Winemaking Degree at Cal Poly while building his own wine brand, Carter Paul, which he started in 2010. In Hallman’s free time, he loves to paint, surf, and help roast coffee for his family’s new roasting company.

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by Adriana Lemus