Workshop: Sunday, February 28 from 1pm to 3:30pm ET
Adults and children 12 years and up unless accompanied by an adult.
This hands-on workshop is for novices and experienced artists.
In this workshop we will play with color. We will learn a little about the science of color, about color interactions and layering. We will also explore the psychology and symbolism of color. Color holds power. Color impacts our moods, emotions, and behaviors. It can also be a source of important information about our world.
Doodling is spontaneous, uncensored drawing. Doodling helps us process our emotions, alleviate stress and develop new possibilities for creative expression.
This workshop will not just be about making art but about the different ways we experience art and how it affects us. We will integrate movement, art, and playful sharing into our art making experience and explore both the process and the product of our art practice sharing insights, joys and concerns.
- 8 sheets or 8×12 paper or larger
- Hb pencil school pencil and/or mechanical pencil
- colored pencils – strongly suggested: Prismacolor Premier ( soft core) or equivalent quality
- fine tipped and ultra fine tipped Sharpie magic markers in a variety of colors
Cost: $15 – $20 https://www.paypal.me/lizlescault
no one is turned away for lack of funds.
Liz Lescault, a visual artist and sculptor, has practiced and taught art for over 40 years. Liz is Coordinator of the DC InterPlay Metro Region with Kate Amoss and is a member of the DC InterPlay Board. Currently, Liz melds her art, teaching and personal philosophy with InterPlay wisdom, tools and forms. Liz also leads InterPlay for elders with chronic illness and cognitive disabilities at Iona Senior Center, as well as leading InterPlay for Smith Center for Healing and the Arts offering programs for adults living with cancer and their caregivers.