Warhol-Inspired Mixed Media Workshop, August 12 – 15, 2019

All Levels Hands-On Cross-Media Workshop


To register for this workshop click here.

Be ready for ideas, creativity and production! Four days of creative mixed media immersion inspired by the 300+ artworks of Andy Warhol being exhibited at SFMOMA in Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again, the first Warhol retrospective organized in the U.S. since 1989, one that unites all aspects, media and periods of Warhol’s 40-year career. For four days Jeremy Sutton Studios will follow in the boundary-breaking footsteps of Warhol’s Factory but with photo screen-printing replaced by the latest in digital paint techniques combined with pigment inkjet output and physical media hand brush work on the prints. Bring your digital tools of choice to this workshop – from Corel Painter on Mac or PC to your iPad Pro and Apple Pencil – and be prepared for a creative adventure!!


Monday, August 12, 2018 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Tuesday, August 13, 2019 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Thursday, August 15, 2019 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM


The studio venue for this workshop is Jeremy Sutton Studios, 1890 Bryant Street, Studio 306, San Francisco, CA 94110.


9:00 AM – 4:00 PM


The workshop fee is $1,600 which includes includes all instruction, special exhibit museum entry, and access to all tools, facilities and materials in Jeremy Sutton Studios. These tools include a large format pigment inkjet printer, canvas substrate and varied physical media. Even includes Oculus Rift with Tilt Brush VR paint if you are moved to include that in your creative experimentation. This week is devoted to pushing the creative envelope and breaking through boundaries. By the end of the four days you will have produced a series of artworks to take home with you. To register for this workshop click here. By Registering for this class you are agreeing to the PaintboxTV Terms & Conditions.

Small Class Size Combined with Effective and Engaging Teaching

This class will be limited to a maximum of ten students. The small class size ensures every student receives individual one-on-one attention.

Accommodation Suggestions for Out of Town Visitors

Here are a few downtown hotels to contact. Always ask for their best rates – sometimes they have special rates and discounts. Also I recommend checking to see how much they are on Expedia and then, before booking through Expedia, call the hotel directly and see if they’ll match the rate (you always have more flexibility if you book directly through the hotel rather than a third party like Expedia).

Hotel Rex (great 1920s style lounge)

The Marker Hotel (formerly Monaco Hotel)

Hotel Beresford (above English style pub)

Villa Florence

Sir Francis Drake

Sheraton Palace

Hotel Griffon

Hotel Whitcomb

If you are not familiar with San Francisco please feel free to run any hotel suggestions by me before booking.

You can also see what is available on airbnb. Please feel free to ask my opinion before you commit to a booking – as with hotels I can advise you whether it is in a neighborhood I’d recommend or not. Please note that airbnb cancellation and change terms are frequently much more restrictive than booking a regular hotel room, and their prices sometimes not that much different – so I would suggest always seeing what is available in hotels first.