Artists with Color Crossing Studio Space
| Gloria Adrian gloriaadrian.com
As a painter, my art is a synthesis of my personal feelings, the subject or colors that inspire me and my materials and techniques. I use changing light to create variety in moods. Typically I start paintings with a color idea and evolve toward compositions in which color is the primary subject. Serenity and simplicity are my primary goals.
|Barb Bend http://www.barbbend.com/|
Color Crossing Studio Artist Agreement
Beginning Date: September 1, 2016
Goals and Objectives
- Shared space to provide a cooperative spirit to enable participants to be productive with individual projects.
- Fun space to encourage creativity
- Provide opportunities to sell work created by studio and guest artists.
- Holiday Sale (late fall)
- Our Creative Routes (early spring)
- Possibly two other events to be planned
- Yarn shop: provide a space for weavers to purchase products. These items will be in the fiber/classroom. Possibly open on Wednesdays or by appointment.
- Artist can teach their techniques
- Possible mentorship programs with high school or UWRF
- Youth programming
- Collaborations with non profits (Phipps Center for the Arts)
- Group projects
- Play days to learn new techniques
- Experiment with new art forms
Art forms: cleaner art forms that do not create much dust or fumes. Must be compatible with fiber projects.
Insurance: check your homeowners insurance for your personal items left at Color Crossing. You may need renters insurance.
Studio Rental Rates if interested visit with Patty
Term of lease is one year.
Membership is for people who want to participate in activities on a daily basis. Current usage is for the Fiberistas spinning group, will offer to Wednesday night knitters, students that come back to use our winding equipment (additional fee for equipment usage) and any other group or individual that comes up will be considered. $35.00 per year plus daily usage fees. $5.00 up 2 hours or $10.00 per day. Associate Members will use the front rooms for activities.
$15.00 per day for a visitor to come and use a front room space without a membership. Day use visitors must be attending an organized group or sponsored by a Studio Artisit.
If a Studio Artist want to assist someone on a project for a period of time, Sponsored Artist would pay minimum of $50.00/month to come and use table space (Pricing would be based on space being used and material storage.) If the Sponsored Artist want to use a loom they would pay the loom rental fee. The Sudio Artist would have to be here when the Sponsored Artist is here working.
Classroom and Classes:
Beginning January 1, 2017 the classroom space will be in the front room.
Each artist will post and schedule their own classes. Patty will post them on the CC web site and send out an email. If you plan to teach coordinate with Patty on the format required for her.
The classroom is on a first come basis. Post your classes on the community calendar, which is in the kitchen area on the side of the refrigerator.
Classroom Fee is $15.00 per day per student. The Artist should include this fee in their class fee and then remit to Color Crossing.
Guests are welcome on an occasional basis. Remember your fellow artists have paid for the space, it is not open for regular use by friends or family.
Please see payment options above for visitors.
Dishes and Cups are in the upper cabinets to the left of the sink.
The cabinets across from the sink have paper products and some dry food, coffee, tea, ect. If you store items not for the general group, please put your name on them.
Coffeemaker, Hot water pot, microwave and refrigerator are available for your use.
Please do your own dishes.
Kitchen sink is for food items only.
Backroom wet area
Please use back laundry tubs for non-food cleanup.
There is a microwave available for projects. Please do not use the kitchen one for non-food items.
Washing Machine and Dryer available for studio artist.
Tools: are located in file cabinets to the right of the refrigerator.
Please return them to the drawer you find them in.
Backround Music/Radios: Please check with others working when you are. There is a sound system that can be turned off one room at a time. Use your own sound system. Headphones can be a benefit if you want to listen to something others do not.