Join us virtually for a zoom art lesson exploring how to scientifically design a snowflake. Local teaching artist Mona Fairbanks will teach how to construct a snowflake with a watercolor background to be fitted into a precut mat that you can pick up at the Museum.
Check out :
Snowflakes in Photography by W. A. Bentley
Snowflake Bentley by Jaqueline Briggs Martin
The Edmonds Library and the Edmonds Book Store have both books.
About Mona Fairbanks
Mona is a Northwest Native making monotype prints, acrylic canvases, and most anything that can pose an artistic challenge. Inspired by Puget Sound, the rushing waters and the fragrant Douglas Firs, her work reflects patterns, colors and endangered species.
This class is occurring virtually on zoom. Please use the registration form below to register for the class. We will send out zoom links the day before the event. If you have any questions, please email Lauren at Lauren@CascadiaArtMuseum.org.
We do have materials available for this class for $1.00. Please use the top Botton labelled ‘Art Materials Bag’ to purchase your art materials. Materials will be available for pick-up at Cascadia on Thursday & Friday, December 3 & 4 from 11:00am-5:00pm. For a full list of materials, please see below.
- precut mat
- watercolor paper
Materials Not Included:
- Straight edge
- Ultrafine point sharpee
- Dark blue watercolors