Drawing • Painting • Mixed Media • Clayworks • Art Uncorked • Art Lectures
Thursdays, February 8
Facilitator: Sister Mary Boyd
Maria Martinez, 1881-1980 -Pueblo Indian Potter
With the help of her husband and family, Maria Martinez became an internationally famous potter/ceramist, who changed Pueblo Indian utilitarian pottery into the black-on-black pottery, which is now considered to be fine art for collectors and museums.
Register by 2/06
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Thursdays, March 8
Georgia O’ Keeffe, 1887-1986 Abstraction Painter
Georgia O’ Keeffe was a U.S. artist, who spent 70 years painting abstractions from nature, New York buildings and New Mexico landscapes. Her abstraction pioneering in art contributed greatly to modernism.
Register by 3/06
Thursdays, April 12
Louise Nevelson, 1899-1988 Sculpture/Assemblage
Louise Nevelson was an innovative sculptor, known for her indoor and outdoor sculptures/environments/assemblages, which were created from a variety of found materials: wood, Plexiglas, aluminum, steel, etc. She was born in Russia, but emigrated to the U.S. in the early 20th century. She is considered to be a U.S. artist.
Register by 4/10
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3333 Maria Linden Dr.
Rockford, IL 61114
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