Please join visual artist and educator Maeve Eichelberger for an upcoming workshop focusing on ‘cut-out’ collages by Henri Matisse. Using materials found within your home, we will explore the infamous painter Matisse and his final decade's journey of creating forms, shapes, figures and animals from colored papers--using only a pair of scissors.
In this 1.5 hour workshop will become inspired by his various Cut-outs, learn about positive and negative space in art, and create our own compositions from cut out papers and fibers. No need to throw that junk mail away, save it and come ready to explore the simplicity of color, shape and form.
• Construction paper, magazines, newspaper, advertisements
• Bristol board, canvas boards, or thick paper (maybe even a cereal box)
• Glue (stick or bottle)
About this series:
Art After Noon brings professional artists from throughout Colorado into your own home through Zoom to teach art and provide engaging, unique experiences. Designed specifically for people age 50+, these drop-in classes will inspire creativity and connection and will help you build artistic skills, all by using materials that you can find in your pantry or cabinets. Over the course of this series, we will explore printmaking, watercolor, collage, and other multi-media art forms. Each class is designed as a standalone experience -- come to as few or as many as you like. You must register for each one individually.
Please register below. If you have questions or need help registering, contact Amy DelPo at email@example.com.
All virtual programs have automated voice to text captioning available. If the program you are attending is hosted with Google Meet, view these instructions. To request a sign language interpreter or live captions for a program hosted on Zoom or in person, contact SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org or 720-913-8487, with a three (3) business-day notice. For other public accommodation requests/concerns related to a disability, please contact DisabilityAccess@denvergov.org.
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