Introducing...Mike Ousley and Egg Tempera

  • 17 Apr 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • zoom


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Introducing...Mike Ousley and Egg Tempera

Saturday, April 17, 10am

Virtually join the DSA for an egg tempera workshop over Zoom! Meet instructor, Mike Ousley and learn about his artistic practice. Follow along and use the kit included in registration to create your own egg tempera painting.

Registrants will pick up their kits from the High Street Gallery (48 High Street, Dayton) 12pm-5pm: Friday, April 9 or Saturday April 10, 2021

Registration is limited. Registration is only $5 thanks to an MCACD Special Projects Grant! (If the $5 is cost prohibitive, e-mail or call 937-228-4532 for free registration!)

Accordion Book Kit Includes

  • 11x14 Watercolor paper
  • Tube Watercolors
  • Size 8 Round Brush
  • 2-3 eggs

Additional Materials Needed

  • paper towels

Mike Ousley
Mike Ousley is a native of Southeastern Kentucky and grew up in Floyd County. The experience of a life in the mountains has shaped the attitudes that inform his painting practice. I grew up in the small and very isolated Mudlick Branch Hollow, in Hippo, Kentucky. I played in the woods, creeks, and up and down the roads in this holler and that one. I was alway's surrounded by unique stories and character's from a very young age and I credit those folks for a great deal of inspiration.

As a student I remember walking past the Kentucky Folk Art Center everyday. I became mesmerized by the paintings of Charley Kinney, Hugo Sperger and Tim Sizemore. I also became influenced by a very thriving Appalachian Art's community in Morehead. I found inspiration through storytellers, old-time Fiddler's, wood carver's and others. My approach to painting has remained rooted in my local folk culture and folklore.

The purpose of the workshop series, Introducing..., is to acquaint DSA members and the community to different mediums and methods in the visual arts. In conjunction, the attendees will get to know the instructing artist, their background, and tips and tricks of their trade.

MCACD and Culture Works
This project was supported in part by a Special Projects Grant funded by the Montgomery County Arts & Cultural District and administered by Culture Works.


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