Workshops, taught by the artist are offered on a first-come, first-served basis at Harrington Library. The two hour workshops provide opportunities to create a more extensive project based on the style of the artist
Use watercolors to learn about color mixing and painting basic anatomy for animal characters and self-portraits you create
Use watercolors to learn line, pressure, color mixing, textures, and gradations. Create your own watercolor greeting card by painting with symbols
Create a bound sketchbook with a painted front cover using acrylic paint/fluid or traditional paints
Learn to paint with acrylic using textural elements such as yarn, eggshells, tissue paper, dried leaves, flowers and sand to create an abstract composition
Design and create small fabric collages using fusible web and various adhesive techniques along with cutting, drawing, writing, embellishments of button, lace, flat gems, trimming and beads. Take home a mini- art quilt that expresses a personal story
Create a postcard size fabric collage. Choose from a selection of postcard images and then make a fabric collage that reflects the colors and style of the postcard
The 18st AIRSpace program is made possible in part by a grant from the U. S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and Texas State Library and Archives Commission under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act (2017).