EBSQ 1:1 – What art medium would you love to learn?

Elena Feliciano

As a painter I am always seeking new techniques to use in my work. I believe venturing into unfamiliar mediums from time to time will benefit the one I mostly work with. It allows me to come back with a fresh view. One art form I would love to learn is sculpture. Throughout history materials continue to be diverse, enabling endless possibilities that are only limited by our imaginations.

Dreams by Elena Feliciano
Dreams by Elena Feliciano

Betty Refour

I’ve never been able to get the hang of colored pencils. I see work that other artists have done and it’s amazing but I just can’t get the hang of them. I would love to learn how to use colored pencils.

Her Dreams were of Colors by Betty Refour
Her Dreams were of Colors by Betty Refour

Cindy Couling

I’ve always wanted to learn stained glass but I am really afraid of having to cut the glass, and working with hot materials like solder.
Loteria Series - El Pescado by Cindy Couling
El Pescado by Cindy Couling

Keri Colestock

The other medium would be welding kinetic sculptures. I would like to use rock with the metal. If i could get movement it would be even crazier! I have never welded & it would be a challenge as the Lyme leaves me weak so I do not know if physically it is possible. But maybe I’ll just have to attempt it!

I am a Warrior by Keri Colestock
I am a Warrior by Keri Colestock

What art medium have you always wanted to learn?

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