Concepts of sisterhood and community have long been reflected upon in a variety of creative fields. Join art educator Martina Sestakova for a workshop during which you will get to play: we will learn about Maxine Albro’s colorful murals and be inspired by her imagery to create meaningful watercolor paintings (combined with collaging) that explore the roles of human connection – such as sisterhood – in our lives. Enjoy a lively conversation and delve into the powerful world of colors. Students don’t need to have a sister/sibling to participate. No experience is needed: just your curious self!
- 2-3 sheets of watercolor paper (9″ x 12″)
- 1 cup for water
- 1 watercolor paints (tray or tubes)
- 1 pencil
- 1 sheet of copy paper
- 1 glue stick/school glue
Instruction will be provided through the Zoom platform. Students will need to have a webcam and the ability to download zoom on their computer, phone, or tablet. Once you register for the class, you will be sent an e-mail with the Zoom URL to log in to the class. Please provide a correct and viable e-mail address when registering as this is how you receive your link.