Karen Divine is offering the next step to her Freedom in the Creative Process workshop. Alumni from her previous online workshops who are comfortable with iPhone layering apps such as Superimpose X, the basics of Procreate, Photoshop, or any other iPhone multi-layering apps are welcome to continue on a creative journey with Karen.
Armed with an iPhone and your sense of play and spontaneity, join Karen to move outside your comfort zone and make visual illustrations that comprise the foundation of who you are as well as that which makes you totally unique as creative individuals. The fabric of all our experiences exists in our imagery—the shadows, dreams, joys, doubts, and fears and, given the tools, these qualities will appear in your work. Art is an amazing tool for self-discovery.
Now that you are comfortable using layering apps and are familiar working with Karen’s process, it’s time to dig deeper into your work. In this next step workshop. Karen presents several different assignments each week, geared toward your own personal goals which are reviewed with each participant via email before the first group session. Your first homework assignment is also sent prior to the first session.
In this four-session online workshop, you continue to pay close attention to your ability to allow the creative process to drive the outcome rather than the outcome driving the process. You practice allowing the image to unfold, maintaining your sense of playfulness. It’s about learning what imagery you love and the kind of photographs you want to emulate in your own unique way. The workshop is an instructional and philosophical approach to the creative process.The primary goal of this workshop is to continue to learn to follow a creative intuitive process that reveals your personal experiences of the world and yourself.
You must be comfortable with iPhone layering apps such as Superimpose X, the basics of Procreate, Photoshop, or any other iPhone multi-layering apps.
For the convenience of participants, recordings of each class session are posted privately for one month after the end of each session. Santa Fe Workshops takes the recordings down after one month to protect the intellectual property of our instructors.
Karen Divine was first introduced to photography in the early 1970’s and went on to study painting, drawing, and alternative photographic processes. While she finds that creating a beautiful single image is crucial to being a fine-art photographer, it is the multi-image that speaks to her heart.
She has won numerous awards from international organizations, including the 2011 Discovery of the Year Nominee from International Photography Awards, the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers, the Prix de la Photographie Gold Award, and a first place WPGA Pollux Award.
A popular workshop instructor, Karen is also part of our Mentorship Program »
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