$10.00 – $12.00
Presented by Maquoketa Peace Pipe Players at Maquoketa-Art Experience.
1st day $12, 2nd day $10, 3rd day $10
Fiber artist Diana Strait will teach artistic design and painting on denim. Diana is a veteran fabric artist with a vast array of mediums that she utilizes to create her projects.
10 spaces available
Ages: 14 and up
Bring old or new jacket washed and no fabric softener
Some jackets available for $5
Alcohol ink art is one of the newest and most exciting media to hit the art community. It involves painting with a medium that is unpredictable and challenging and that turns into a beautiful piece of art. You will learn several techniques, flowers, landscapes, and abstracts. No two painting will be alike and from the beginning your personal style will brilliantly shine through each of your paintings. This class is for ALL LEVELS. I really mean that! Everyone is a beginner the first time they use alcohol ink. You will soon understand that experimentation and exploration is an important part of my class and no matter what your skill level my class always encourages creativity and FUN!
Here is What You Will Learn: Fundamentals of working with alcohol inks Learn about the supplies and safety tips Learn to use canned air or blowing with a straw, and other techniques Learn how to seal your artwork Students will paint on ceramic tiles and special paper Do not wear your best clothes, the inks will stain Everyone should go home with a couple of completed pieces of artwork For additional photos of alcohol ink art visit my website at www.soulfulpaintbrush.com.
Ages – adults, teens 16 and up. All skill levels . Date – March 21 , 2020 Time – 12:30 – 3:00/3:30 pm . TOTAL Cost: $30
June 3, 2017 | 10am to 12:00pm
Vero Rose Smith is a photographer, painter, and curator based in Iowa City. Her current work is primarily concerned with collective memory and the challenges of archiving human experiences in an increasingly digital world. Building on a master’s in design studies, a master’s in art and architectural history, and a triple undergraduate degree in studio art, art history, and environmental studies, Smith constantly seeks new ways to combine her passion for the visual arts with environmental stewardship and social justice
Students need to bring is a digital camera. The camera can be a digital single lens reflex, a point-and-shoot, or even a camera phone. Additionally, bring a willingness to be photographed! Ages 13 to 100 Cost: $45.00
Friday Feb 9 – 7:30pm (Cast: June Wahl & Jack Jones)
Saturday Feb 10 – 7:30pm (Cast: Janet Burrow & John Burrow)
Sunday Feb 11 – 3:00pm (Cast: Leslie Jacobsen & Jay Kahn)