Date: Saturdays, August 21 & 28, 2021
Time: 9:30AM-12:30PM Pacific Time, 12:30-3:30PM Eastern Time, 5:3o-8:30PM London Time
Medium: Drawing, ink & watercolor
We know that drawing and writing helps us to remember and process information. It is also a meaningful and fun way to record ideas, feelings, people and places. Using a variety of watercolor techniques, pens, markers, and collage, we’ll use our 2 half-days together to discover ways of sketching and journaling that can help bring meaning to our daily lives and discover new parts of our creativity. Whether you consider yourself artistic or not, this is for everyone to discover ways of mark making and recording that can become a lifelong skill. We’ll look at journals in a variety of styles and cover basic watercolor, drawing, perspective, color mixing, page design, mixed media techniques, and enjoy artmaking this time around from the comfort of our own homes. You will need to purchase some basic supplies in a provided supply list.
Miranda Loud is a multimedia artist producing works in a variety of media: painting, collage, video, photography and music. She has held fellowships at the Banff Center for the Arts in Banff, Canada, the St. Botolph Club of Boston and, among a variety of awards, won a Massachusetts Cultural Council Gold Star Award for her multimedia performance Buccaneers of Buzz: Celebrating the Honeybee which was performed as part of the Cambridge Science Festival.
You can see more of her work at www.mirandaloudartist.com
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