SPECIAL FREE SPONSOR PRESENTATION

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Carrie Neher:  MODERN ALTERNATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY INSPIRED BY HISTORIC DARKROOM TECHNIQUES

This online seminar is about how to take your work to a new level by creating unique, one-of-a-kind pieces using the DASS Art Image Transfer Process.
 
Why print only on paper when you can print directly onto pre-coat painted surfaces or transfer images onto any number of substrates? DASS Art creator Bonny Lhotka and her family have provided Freestyle with the means to generate new opportunities for you and your art.
 
Instructor Carrie Lhotka is not only an amazing image-maker, but is an authority on DASS ART products and processes. Carrie will inspire you to allow your inner printmaker to emerge and expand your creative voice. Watch how images can easily be transferred to wood and metal using WonderSauce and witness the debut of the new DASS ART Dual Film which will be available at Freestyle soon. See examples of Carrie’s art and ask questions.
 
This is your invitation to get inspired, uniquely set yourself apart and increase your value! Embrace your inner artist and let your photography shine!

THURSDAY, APRIL 29th, 2:00pm – 3:30pm 

PRICE:  Free

 

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BIOGRAPHY:

Carrie Neher Lhotka has had a life-long passion for the arts. From an early age, as the granddaughter of Fred Neher, a nationally syndicated cartoonist in the 50’s,60’s & 70’s she was encouraged to develop her own artistic talents, and to bring them to everything she undertakes, often in new and unique ways.
 
Now deeply involved in cutting edge alternative photography, as an instructor Carrie leverages her artistic talent and her experience as a teacher to bring new processes and techniques to audiences across the United States, and now via virtual seminars, across the world. As an artist and photographer, working in her studio in the Colorado Mountains, she experiments and explores, pushing processes in new ways to express her own artistic voice.  In doing so, she combines her love for nature, rich organic forms, and vibrant photographic imagery with both digital and studio techniques to create unique works, that reflect her many varied experiences.