Winter workshops on Zoom

With Education Coordinator Joyce Raimondo


Zoom programs presented by Joyce Raimondo are made possible in part by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Gov. Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.


Let Your Feelings Out Workshop

Tuesday, January 2

11:00 – 12:15 pm EST

How can your feelings be expressed creatively and constructively in art? Discover how Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, Pablo Picasso and other modern artists express their emotions in innovative paintings. Virtually tour the barn studio where Krasner and Pollock created their abstract expressionist masterpieces. Then let your feelings out as you create your own abstract artwork. Have paint supplies on hand. 


Jackson Pollock painting, 1950

Photograph by Hans Namuth


Look Into the Future Workshop

Tuesday, January 2

12:30 – 1:45 pm EST

How can art help you clarify your aspirations for the future? We will begin with an inspirational presentation featuring Pollock, Krasner, and other artists who realized their creative dreams. Then explore the power of clear thought as you envision the world you want to create for yourself and others in a collage vision boarding workshop. Supplies: glue, scissors, magazine pictures, surface for your art. Or make a drawing.


Vision Board


Inner Visions Workshop

Wednesday, January 3

11:00 – 12:15 pm EST

Getting in touch with your inner life fosters good health. Discover how modern artists paint their inner world — the unconscious mind, the imagination, emotions or energy. Then Joyce will guide you in a series of exercises designed to tap into the unseen world of your unconscious mind. What will your art say to you? Have drawing or paint supplies on hand.


Vassily Kandinsky, Composition VII, 1913


Financial Fitness for Artists

Friday, January 5

3:00 – 4:00 pm EST

How can an artists profit financially from their creative work? Discover the many ways famous artists Jackson Pollock, Marc Chagall, Andy Warhol and others earned a prosperous living making art. This session is designed to debunk the stereotype of the starving artist by highlighting avenues for artists to promote and sell their creative projects.


Andy Warhol, Dollar Sign (9), 1982


Art of Recovery

Wednesday, January 17

4:00 – 5:00 pm EST

This session is designed to dispel myths about substance abuse and creativity. Joyce Raimondo presents Jackson Pollock’s alcoholism and its impact on his art and life. Pollock and his passenger Edith Metzger’s deaths were caused by a car accident as a result of Pollock driving while intoxicated in 1956. Following the art presentation, Joyce will discuss resources for recovery from alcoholism, and participants are invited to share art that addresses recovery from substance abuse. 


Jackson Pollock, 1955

Photograph by Hans Namuth


Physical Challenges and Creative Opportunities

Friday, January 19

1:00 – 2:00 pm EST

How can an artist paint without eyesight or make huge works of art while bedridden? This Zoom event will highlight Lee Krasner and other famous artists such as Henri Matisse, Frida Kahlo, Claude Monet, and others whose physical challenges sparked creativity and innovative adaptive processes leading to the creation of masterpieces. Then visitors will virtually take a Zoom tour of Pollock and Krasner’s barn studio. 


Henri Matisse working in bed, 1949


Creative Healing Workshop

Monday, January 29

2:00 – 3:15 pm EST

How do artists move through trauma? Joyce will discuss artists who express their experience of trauma in painting, photography and sculpture. Learn how creativity can transform great pain into beauty and joy — affirming life. Following Joyce’s presentation, participants are invited to draw or paint their own idea of a healing image. Have paint or drawing supplies on hand. 



Lee Krasner, White Rage, 1961

Virtual Art Cafe:

Art of Happiness

Monday, January 29

4:00 – 5:00 pm EST

Guided by Joyce, connect with fellow painters, sculptors, writers and others on Zoom. Following Joyce’s art presentation, participants are invited to share their ideas, questions, and works of art that address issues of mental well being and joy in the creative process. The session is designed to spark creativity in an open, supportive forum. 



Seeing Love Workshop

Friday, February 2

4:00 – 5:15 pm EST

A Valentine’s Day warm-up!

A passionate embrace, a kiss, or the pain of loss. Explore the joys and sorrows of love through the eyes of great artists Lee Krasner, Jackson Pollock, Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse and others. Then create an artwork that expresses your personal experience of love. Have paint or drawing supplies on hand.



Marc Chagall, Les mariés de la Tour Eiffel (The Wedding Party on the Eiffel Tower), 1928


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and Study Center in 2023.




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Jackson Pollock Studio Floor

— Photographed in 1998 for the Museum of Modern Art’s

Jackson Pollock RetrospectivePhoto ©Jeff Heatley.

Photograph: Jackson Pollock Studio Floor / Prints for Sale

Enlargements to 8′ Square.


AAQ / Visit: Jackson Pollock’s Studio Floor, 1947 – 1952

/ Uncovered, 1987 / Photo for MoMA, 1998 — Link.


AAQ / Resource: Westhampton Architectural Glass