Drip, splatter, and spray large scale art! Painting workshops explore visual art and creative expression through the use of drawing, color, and painting, music and conversation. Starting with pencil and paper, participants are led through a design session where they learn different ways to convert a small image to a large canvas, mix colors and apply different strokes.
During a 1 week residency over winter break, local artist Rodrigo Carapia worked with teens at the Dane County Juvenile Shelter Home to transform some of their interior wall space near the building's entrance.
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Artist Rodrigo Carapia worked with teens in three locations to create a large 3-panel painting now hanging inside the classroom at Dane County Juvenile Detention Center.
I realized that I can do more than just draw. I guess I can paint. I had fun. I would do this again.
A quick look at the progression of a teen painting project at Goodman South Madison Library. The neighborhood teens chose to project, trace and paint their favorite movies on the 5ft x 4ft art boards in the teen section.
A quick look at the progression of a teen painting project at Goodman South Madison Library. The neighborhood teens chose to project, trace and paint their favorite book covers on the 5ft x 4ft art boards in the Teen section.
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