Tuesday, January 10, 2012
What makes a painting have the illusion of movement? Discover how artists use color, line, and shape to create a dynamic work of art. Take a playful approach to watercolor as you move paint across the paper to create a flowing composition.
Even if you’ve never picked up a paintbrush, now’s your chance to have fun engaging with art while taking a closer look at works in the Museum’s collection. Each session offers an informal gallery discussion paired with a studio experience exploring subjects in paintings and sculpture. Enhance your appreciation of art and try your hand at artists’ techniques and materials in a relaxed atmosphere. Supplies provided.
Register online, by calling (919) 715-5923, or in person at the Museum Box Office.