Winter/Spring 2019 Create and Make workshops registration now open

Friday, December 7, 2018

Experimental process painting
Heather Danso
Join the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council on Wednesdays this fall to explore new artistic mediums and techniques in 5 exciting workshops lead by professional, local artists. 

Workshops are $40 each or $175 for all 5, or if you are an Arts Council member or become a member, workshops are $35 each or $150 for all 5 and are held from 6:30 – 8:30pm in the Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center at 18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline, WA.

All materials are provided, all you need to bring is your imaginative spirit!

The series kicks off on Wednesday, January 9 with Experimental Process Painting, you’ll work through varied media ranging from pencil and charcoal, to watercolor and acrylic. No experience necessary. Instructor: Heather Danso

Then, come back for more:
Polaroid emulsion lifts
Thelma Harris
Polaroid Emulsion Lifts with Thelma Harris – Jan 23

Participants will create a beautiful and unique image in this workshop. You will learn how to deconstruct a Polaroid photo by removing the emulsion (image) and transferring it to watercolor paper or other surfaces.

Instructor: Thelma Harris

Clay and Copper Wire Jewelry – Feb 13
Discover creating dichroic glass-like effects and textures, combined with copper wire to create pins or earrings!

Instructor: Meredith Arnold

Mardi Gras paper mask sculpture

Create an elegant hand-made mask ideal for Mardi Gras celebrations. 

Using paper sculpture and watercolors, with applied decorations, participants learn paper sculpture techniques and create a beautiful mask of their own unique design.

Instructor: Sarah Lovet

Tulip field painting
Hester Mallonee
Tulip Field Painting – March 13

Come and create a colorful small painting of the gorgeous tulip fields of the Skagit Valley. Working with acrylic paints on artist’s canvas, you’ll enjoy painting the bright hues and rich contrasts that this unique landscape affords. All levels welcome.

Instructor: Hester Mallonee

Clay and copper wire jewelry
Meredith Arnold
Love all the workshops? Then don’t miss out:

Get the Season’s Pass to access all 5 workshops and save money at the same time.

More info is available on the Arts Council’s website.

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.


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