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Savannah, GA, 31401
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Splash Narratives with Nae'Keisha Jones

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Come get inspired and try something new with these fun and engaging workshops at Sulfur Studios!

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Splash Narratives with Nae'Keisha Jones

  • Sulfur Studios 2nd Floor Annex 2301 Bull Street Savannah, GA, 31401 United States (map)

$45.00 per student

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This workshop will focus on creating small and large scale narratives of the artist's choice. The artist will create a story as a source of inspiration and then show that visually in a finished piece. The artist will primarily work with pens, inks and watercolors as these materials add a uniqueness and sense of personality within the piece.

Materials are not included in the class fee.  A list of suggested tools and materials will be provided prior to the workshop. This class meets in Sulfur Studios' 2nd floor Annex and is stair access only.

Instructor Bio

Nae'Keisha Jones is an illustrator and writer from Colorado, living in Savannah, Ga. She graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design with a B.F.A in Illustration with a minor in Creative Writing. She is involved within her community and has been featured the A-Town Get Down Festival, the Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies Event, Savannah Food Day Festival, and the Isle of Hope Art and Music Festival. She has written a children's book Anonymous as a Hippopotamus : Tales of Ida. She gives back by teaching teens how to share their own stories by volunteering with DEEP's Young Author's Program, along with serving as an advocate for the HOPE Worldwide Savannah's Chapter. She is passionate about giving to others and creating visual stories inspired by dreams and other artists. She typically works with pen and ink, watercolor and acrylics but embraces learning other mediums. She works hard to create a duality between fine art pieces or pieces that catch the eyes of children. There is freedom to both styles that she is constantly bettering herself in and exploring different perceptions and views. She has learned to be patient with creative process and not force it or compare herself in a negative light to other artists,and encourages others to do the same.

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