Jim Dine is an American artist whose work explores a number of iconic motifs including hearts, tools, and even bathrobes. Considered a cross between pop art and neo Dadaism, his paintings and prints are visually stunning while as well as confusing.
Join us for a day of Jim Dine inspired art making at Jankura Artspace as we explore pop art printmaking in the afternoon and a heart-themed figure drawing event in the evening.
Jim Dine Day: PART ONE
Live from Seoul, it’s Saturday Morning!
CASH ONLY SESSION: bonus session Jim Dine Day
All levels welcome. A great way to start your Saturday, we’re trying our very first Saturday morning session.
Escape the rest of the world for a couple hours and focus on one simple mission: capture the human form on paper or canvas.
Jim Dine Day: PART TWO
1-5pm Pop Art Prints (printmaking)
In this afternoon workshop we’ll be playing with monotype and collagraph printmaking techniques (as well as a few other tricks) to create imaginative and bold images. This is a fun process so don’t worry about drawing or printmaking skills at all. All materials and instruction will be provided.
Jim Dine Day: PART THREE
10,000won (or session card punch)
Let’s explore hearts with a very special life drawing event at Jankura Artspace in Itaewon as we celebrate American pop art icon Jim Dine. Bring all your red paints, pens, markers and pastels to draw our lovely model in our heart-filled studio.
Figure drawing sessions at Jankura are for adults only as we work from live models who are usually in the nude. No photography is allowed while the model is uncovered.
Who is Jim Dine?