Look & Make: Pen & Ink Workshop (virtual workshop) – Clyfford Still Museum


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Look & Make: Pen & Ink Workshop (virtual workshop)

Sat, Apr 4, 2020, 3–4 pm
Venue: Clyfford Still Museum
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Like any budding artist, Clyfford Still learned foundational techniques as he began his career. Check out the virtual gallery of the works in this exhibition here to see how Still applied these techniques in his early work and then try some artmaking yourself (or just watch!) during a playful, 30-minute, FREE hands-on workshop led by Elayne Moseley from the Art Students League of Denver. Suggested materials for this workshop include: watercolor set with brush, crayons, and paper. All of these materials should be available at your local grocery store.

Learn more about the The Early Years: Clyfford Still in Canada, 1920-33.

To join online, visit this Zoom link (link will open 10 minutes before event begins).

Join us online or over the phone at 3 p.m. MST on April 4, 2020.  To join by phone, call +1 253-215-8782. Meeting ID: 838 656 155

Live captioning will be provided. This program is free to stream live or watch afterwards on our YouTube or Facebook channels.

This program is limited to 100 participants.

Elayne Moseley

Elayne Moseley

Elayne Moseley is an artist based outside of Denver, CO and is currently an art instructor at the Arts Students League of Denver. Some of her works have been exhibited in Denver, San Francisco, Chicago, and New York. Her painting “Vers le Ciel” was on loan to Senator Michael Bennett’s Senate office in Washington D.C. for a year. A set of her paintings are in the corporate collection of Northwestern Life Insurance offices in Denver. Three drawings have been published in two different drawing books, ‘Strokes of Genius 5’ and ‘Strokes of Genius 7’ with North Light Books Publisher. Learn more about her and her work at emoseleygallery.com.


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