Drop-In Classes: Art Making for Stress Relief
Date: June 22 & 29, 2019
$25.00 – $29.00
with Judy Johnson-Williams
Want to get out in nature? Art blocked? This introductory class is about being attuned to the natural world and how to participate as an artist-scientist. We will sketch the wonderful bounty of plants and wildlife around the museum. Can’t draw? The first hour will feature friendly drawing instruction to get you started and there are many alternative techniques: tracing leaves, rubbings, and counting for noticing and recording what’s around us. Then we will go outside and see what we can find.
Better than buying one! You can make your own in the perfect size size (to fit in your backpack, pocket), with the paper you like, hard or soft covers. We will make three different book forms (stitched, sidebound, one sheet) and then take them outside to try them out. No experience necessary.
About the Instructor
Judy Johnson-Williams is an artist exploring line, sometimes in the abstract, and sometimes figurative. It is the expressiveness and adaptability of line to many forms that is interesting. She exhibits widely on the West Coast and is active in a number of art groups. Learn more by visiting her website.
Saturdays, June 22 and 29 from 11 AM to 1 PM. Register online or at the door (space permitting). $25 members, $29 general per class. All materials included.
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