Saturday, January 23, 2021, 1-2 pm EST / 10-11 am PST
Let’s go under the sea! Join us for an underwater adventure for kids ages 5 through 9. We will use some simple art materials along with a cardboard box to create a 3 dimensional aquarium filled with fish, plants, and whatever you can imagine. Workshop will be held virtually using Zoom and instructed by artists Melissa Forman and Paul Richmond with Art Makes Us.
Here’s a link to an inexpensive recommended supply list from Blick: Art Supplies. These are just suggestions. You are welcome to work with whatever materials you would like. In addition to these materials, you will need a cardboard box that will serve as the foundation for your aquarium.
Melissa and Paul will guide you step-by-step, with lots of stories and laughs along the way! All proceeds will benefit Art Makes Us, an organization dedicated to providing opportunities for each individual to discover and nurture the artist within.
After payment is completed, you will receive the Zoom link via email.
Melissa Forman spends her time creating a richly visual world filled with characters created from an opulent, mysterious, and often eerie imagination. Her lovely, idealized figures seem lost in their own worlds, drifting between the 16th, 18th, 19th and 21st centuries. Melissa has been drawing and painting commissioned portraits since she was 14. She attended the Columbus College of Art and Design and graduated with a BFA in 2002. She now lives and works in Cleveland, Ohio. Her personal work has been shown in galleries around the world, from New York City to Seattle to Los Angeles to Berlin, Germany to Bristol, England.
Check out Melissa’s website: melissaformanstudio.com
Paul Richmond is an internationally recognized visual artist and activist whose career has included exhibitions in galleries and museums throughout the United States as well as publication in numerous art journals and anthologies. His work is collected by individuals around the globe. He is a co-founder of the You Will Rise Project, an organization that empowers those who have experienced bullying to speak out creatively through art. He lives with his husband Dennis in Monterey, California. He lives in Marina, California and is represented by Not Sheep Gallery in Columbus, Ohio.
Check out Paul’s website: paulrichmondstudio.com