Let’s discuss why Margaretta’s portraits are different than many other artists’ portraits because of the way they place the subject. Bring in a photo of you or someone else or a mirror and try to create a portrait that uses the subject in the same way Margaretta portrayed her subjects.
ASLD is proud to partner with BMoCA in support of Flying in the Hands of Time, A Retrospective, celebrating the work of artist Margaretta Gilboy, with a series of workshops that will allow participants to deeply explore Gilboy’s artistic vision. All will be taught by ASLD faculty member Sandra Kaplan, Gilboy’s long-time friend and close artistic peer.
About Sandra Kaplan, instructor
Kaplan’s paintings have been exhibited internationally, most recently in the Art Gallery of the Fulginiti Center for Bioethics and Humanities, on the CU/Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, CO. She is represented in by the Sandra Phillips Gallery. Her work has been recognized in the New York Times, Art in America and other publications. She is a former secretary of the Board of the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.
Image: Margaretta Gilboy, China Girl 4 (Mysterious Stranger) (detail), 2010, watercolor on board, 30 × 40”.