Date(s) - Fri. Aug. 17, 2018
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
This event is part of our children’s summer programs. Click here to learn more.
Class Description: Giuseppe Arcimboldo was a sixteenth century Italian painter who made imaginative portraits from combining fruits, vegetables, sea creatures and more. After looking at examples of his work, we’ll explore making one or two sculpture as a class from everyday groups of objects such as sewing items – buttons, zippers, spools of thread etc., or old shoes, toys, or sea shells for example. Then we’ll make a painting from them.
About the Instructor: Joanne Tarlin is an artist and educator. She is a Visiting Lecturer at Framingham State University and gives private drawing and painting lessons. Joanne holds an MFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts. She has a studio practice in Framingham at the Saxonville Mills.