ART PROJECT CLASS WITH ANCIENT AND MODERN TECHNIQUES

Drawing Instructions

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Artist, Jill Burkee, giving drawing instructions to students in their middle school class.

Welcome to Jill and Giancarlo's workshop given this spring in Linda Czarnomski's ELA - Grade 8

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Artist, Giancarlo Biagi showing the students about composition and how to transfer their original selection into other materials.

Showing casting results

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Student showing her artwork created in class during the artists' demonstration.

Getting involved

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Teachers getting inspired by the casting process.

Showcasing more artwork

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Another student showing her creation to the class.

Sharing their artistic talents

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Teachers and artists, Jill Burkee and Giancarlo Biagi, with 8th graders proudly showing 

their finished artwork!

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Jill Burkee handing material to a student 

 to create his own artwork.


Welcome to Jill and Giancarlo's workshop given last fall in Fran Milazzo's art class at Trinity!

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Students between stages of creation.

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Giancarlo Biagi showing students 

another stage of the process. 

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Working together with 30 students every step of the way. Showing them the process from one step to the next with their own individual creations.


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5th graders proudly showing 

their finished artwork.


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Artists, Jill Burkee and Giancarlo Biagi, 

with Art Teacher, Fran Milazzo,

at the end of the workshop at Trinity.

marble carving Symposium 2018

Barre Grove, Flavia Robalo, Jill Burkee, Martin Sendlewski, Sal Diliberto and Lasse Widenfalk.

Artida Cultural Center and the Long Island Wine Council proudly present: 


Marble Carving Symposium held August 6 thru 21, 2018 

at four vineyards on the East End, Long Island, NY

By six international sculptors: Giancarlo Biagi (Italy), Jill Burkee (Colorado), 

Barre Grove (Scotland), Alena Matejka (Czech Republic), Flavia Robalo (Argentina), and Larse Widenfalk (Sweden).   

This was our first annual symposium.

More to come 

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