Jill Trappler Teaching session, August to Dec 2015

Jill Trappler Teaching session, August to Dec 2015

The last Monday and Tuesday morning session will be 3rd and 4th of August.
During this session we will discuss a “homework” plan.

Friday 25th of September I will give a presentation of my time at the Triangle workshop upstate New York; time and venue to be decided.

From October the Monday and Tuesday sessions will continue as usual until 7th and 6th of December.

Please see the exhibition project and join in; it will be full of surprises.


“I am ……tree in/on/next to…….”

This is the sentence that each participant will work towards “replacing the dots” with their choice of words after sessions of sketching, research and discussion. This work will be done on your own or during four outings to venues to work with trees during October. (1)

In November you need to work in a studio; (2)

In December we will look at all the work, make changes if necessary and select work for an exhibition at Art Sauce studio in Town.

This is open to anyone who would like to work with this idea; Whether you join the October /November sessions or not you are welcome to submit work for selection for the exhibition.

(1) For details of venues please contact Jill or Art Sauce. We will meet on Friday mornings from 9.30 to 12.30

October 2nd; Art sauce studio in town.
October 9th; Chart farm
October 16th; Company gardens’
October 23rd; Kirstenbosch
October 30; Art Sauce, Town studio

November 6, 13, 20 and 27 Art Sauce in town.

Dec 4th selection for exhibition.
Dec Thursday 10th; opening of exhibition.

(2) Studio work will include working in the art sauce studio. I would like to include workshops using different material and skills; inks, mixed media, book making applique, drawing, painting to name a few. Demonstrations will be given by various artists.

Costs. R150.00 per session.
Exhibition costs available in November

Contact; Jill Trappler

“Yes we are players in a game we can never fully understand, yet what an astounding game it is.”

Travels with Epicurus by Daniel Klein