Art Forms in Nature: Two-Day Workshop
These workshops will focus on the beauty, design, and function of forms, patterns, and structures found in the natural world. Natural specimens and images will serve as points of departure to explore forms and growth patterns such branching, spiral/Fibonacci, star/radial, retiform/veronoi and symmetry in nature. Participants will observe and sketch from examples, and create related art projects inspired by this scrutiny, including wire and clay sculpture, botanical printmaking, collage and Kirigami, and ink drawing, etc. Led by teaching artist and designer Karen Fuchs, cross-discipline connections between the natural and human-made, as well as art, design, science, and math will be shared. Open to all skill levels.
Students should bring:
- sketchbook or paper
- black ink pad (med-large)
- cardboard (11x14-ish)
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