Join us on October 15th as we welcome ACLS member Juanita Yoder as presenter.
The Webinars begin at 1 p.m. ET, 12 p.m. CT and 10a.m. PT.
You can use this link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3538852243165702914
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Kinetic Paintings on Silk – From Client Meetings to Design, Materials and Techniques, and Final Installation
Painting on silk offers dynamic flowing color for devotional, liturgical, and commemorative applications. Imagine art that moves with the music and softens the space. Attendees will learn the process of commissioning a project and the creative and technical steps involved in creating the paintings from start to finish. Examples of installation techniques, and various formats for presenting the work will be discussed. See the stories behind the scenes.
For 30 years, artist Juanita Yoder has painted large-scale installations on silk for spiritual, corporate, academic, healthcare, hospitality and residential settings. She works closely with clients to envision site-specific artwork. Her commissions include such notable institutions as Princeton University Chapel, Saint Mary’s College Notre Dame, as well as Central Park Hotel in Sighisoara, Romania. She was awarded a BENE Award for Devotional Art for her commission of the fifteen stations of the cross for St. Thomas Moore Catholic Church in Glendale, Arizona. Her designs are also available in architectural glass, oil on linen, acrylic on canvas and kinetic processional pieces. Yoder is formally trained as a painter with a B.A. in art from Goshen College, Indiana, and an M.A. From Eastern Illinois University where she was awarded a full scholarship and teaching assistantship. She is a former board member of the Association of Consultants for Liturgical Space.