Class: Recycled Art “Sculpture from Recyclables”
Instructors: Deb Hanson/Sue Lewis
Date(s): Wednesday, April 6, 2022
Time: 1 pm to 4 pm
This series of classes takes items headed to your recycle bin, garbage can, or just collecting dust and teaches you some new ways to turn those items into art! We encourage you to sign up for one, two, or all of the classes. Each month there will be a new recycled item to be turned into art. Besides transforming your items into art, we will also talk about some artists who have made a career of making art from recyclables. Start saving some of those recycled items for the class of your choice.
Sculpture from Recyclables
Bas relief, standing or hanging are all options for recycled sculpture. Repetition is a principle of design which will be applied. Begin saving multiples of clean throwaways —card board, wood, paper, bottle lids, plastic, metals, etc. Using one or more materials you will enjoy discovering the evolution of your sculpture.
Sue Lewis is a mixed media painter and a silversmith with a B.A. in English & Art Education and an MA in Metals and Painting. She taught for 30 years k-college. Her work has been in galleries in Iowa, Colorado and Arizona. Sue has always been a cheerleader for life in general, for the arts, and specifically for the role art can play in building self-confidence in all who are willing to explore the creative process. Her website is: www.sukilew.com
Debra Hetzel Hanson is a watercolor painter and yoga enthusiast with a B.S. in Health and Physical Education, and a B.A. in Art Education, and a Masters in Visual Studies. She has taught over 20 years K-12 and currently enjoys teaching adults yoga, art, and yoga & art workshops. She is a long standing member of the Madison Watercolor Society that exhibits their work in galleries in Wisconsin. Debra enjoys being creative with all kinds of materials in her garden, home and studio, and helping others explore their creative side.
Full refund if cancelling before the class begins.
Supply List will be sent out two weeks before class begins.
Minimum Class Size: 5
Maximum Class Size: 12