Let's make art exploring the basic, yet profound concepts of line, shape, color, texture and pattern to create a "pet portrait". Students will use pencil, crayon and tempera paint to portray a real or imaginary animal friend or the possibility of a totem animal. We will begin with sketches and discussions on habitat, landscape and environment. All materials included. Class meets August 14-17, 2018 (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, AND Friday) 10:00 am-12:00 noon
This workshop is appropriate for children ages 6-10. $75 BRAHM members / $85 non-members.
Reservation and payment is required August 1, 2018. 12 Limited seats available per session. An 80% refund will be issued if participant cancels one week prior to the event. For cancellations made less than one week prior to the event, BRAHM will issue a refund IF the museum is able to fill the vacated spot.
About the Instructor
Charlene Trestain is an artist/educator with a BFA and MA's in Art Education and Appalachian Studies. She is a professional educator and practicing studio artist. With a keen interest in fiber arts, cartography, and the cultural study of color, texture and pattern, her interests have lead her to explore the similarities and distinctions between traditional and contemporary art.