Family Fun: Zentangles in Copper Tooling
|Dates:||December 15, 2023|
|Meets:||F from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM|
|Location:||25 Sagamore Road Multi-Media|
There are still openings remaining at this time.
Come explore the art of zentangling as you learn how to emboss designs onto copper tooling foil to make a relief sculpture. Zentangle promotes concentration and creativity as well as personal well-being. Combining this artform with copper leads to stunning artwork and great family fun.
This course is for Youth (Ages 6+) and their parent or guardian.
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Questions? Call us at 508.753.8183 X301
|Course Fee (Basic)||Adult and Child Registration||$ 60.00|
|Mandatory Fee||Materials||$ 20.00|
25 Sagamore Road Multi-Media
Jennifer SwanJen Swan is a teaching artist and mural painter who shares her love of art with the diverse community of Worcester and its surrounding cities and towns. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, she currently teaches classes for the Worcester Art Museum, Listening Wellness Center, The Overlook, LACI Homeschoolers and in many public and private schools as a Cultural Partner. Making connections between art and nature has also inspired collaborations with the Audubon and EcoTarium. Her recent paintings explore art and ecology as she portrays the web of interrelationships in our environment. Through plein air landscapes, botanical and wildlife studies, she wishes to creatively propose new possibilities for coexistence, sustainability and healing.