ONSITE: Family Studio: Polka Dot Flowers Inspired by Yayoi Kusama
Come and make art side by side as a family. Families will explore a new medium each week and create a beautiful project together. Come make art inspired by flowers and the incredible artist Yayoi Kusama! We will make drawings of flowers from observation, look at Yayoi Kusama's dot and flower paintings, and then make our very own polka dot flower artworks. We will use construction paper, glue, markers, and paint.
- Please note that we have made change to family studio registration: Each person must individually register. Registered children must have be accompanied by a registered adult. This program is best suited for families with children aged 3 to 8, however, all family members are welcome. All materials and equipment are provided. Artmaking activities will involve some messiness; please wear appropriate clothing.
Due to a set of stairs, this classroom is not wheelchair accessible.
Families need to sign up before 4pm the day before class. Confirmations/cancellations will be made by 5pm on the day before. Please sign up as early as possible.
This is an ONSITE course. Students are expected to adhere to our COVID-19 policies. For more info please visit visarts.org.
About the Instructor
Patrick Carter is a textile artist and elementary art teacher living in Richmond, Virginia. He teaches weaving and ArtVenture classes at Vis Arts, and his most recent projects include collaging with woven fabrics, machine tufting rugs, and making baskets. Patrick also teaches weaving at Virginia Commonwealth University.
You can find Patrick’s work on Instagram @patrickcarterart
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