Digital Image Transfer | July 27th – 28th, 2013
This workshop will introduce you to a variety of techniques used to transfer photographic images onto other material (wood, metal, curved and textured objects). Learn how to incorporate wax, metal, and found objects into unique pieces of art. Let instructor Margo Duvall, MFA, teach you all the basics of image transfers as well as share her own work, influences and theories on image transfers as a form of communication. This workshop is a must for those who want to experiment and like to work with their hands.
Margo Duvall is an artist and instructor currently living in Santa Cruz, CA. Born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in order to pursue a Master’s of Fine Arts in Photography from San Jose State University (2009). She received a BA in Studio Art from Humboldt State University in 2005.
Margo’s work is an investigation of photography’s role in the formation of identity. In early self-portrait collages, she began manipulating the surface in order to distort exterior physical perceptions.
Her current work explores the impact of family photographs and memory on the interior development of self. Through the use of mixed media, she extends the traditional photograph into an ethereal element and creates an environment for viewers to experience their own relationships to self and memory.