Family Art Workshops
Leaf Drawing with Watercolor
Saturday, September 24th, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
The leaves are starting to fall – let’s draw one! And, while we’re at it, let’s add a little autumn sparkle with watercolor!
Follow along with teaching artist, Kathleen Moore as she sketches, showing you how to see your subject, how to translate what you see into a strong, confident sketch, then add a little watercolor!
Participants are welcome to bring in a leaf to sketch.
About the Teaching Artist
Kathleen Moore is from the wide-open plains of the Texas Panhandle. She grew up on the edge of the beautiful Palo Duro, a canyon cutting through layers of orange, gold, and violet soil under an immense sky. In this rugged place of awe-inspiring sunrises, terrifyingly beautiful thunderstorms, and an ever-present wind, Moore’s sense of the sublime developed. She works in a variety of mediums to capture moments of awe, from vast, stormy skyscapes to the intimate amazement of a single flower.
Moore received her bachelor’s degree in art from West Texas A&M University then continued her study of painting at Bruchion School in Los Angeles, CA and Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, WA. Her career in the arts has spanned graphic design, architecture, and arts administration as well as painting and teaching.
Kathleen teaches classes and workshops in drawing and painting in the Seattle area as well as online. Kathleen enjoys working with students. She creates an upbeat, friendly environment for learning that focuses on the individual.
Fa-boo-lous Paper Silhouette Lantern
Saturday, October 22nd, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
It’s the haunting season! Come in and create your own ghoulish paper silhouette lantern with teaching artist Mary Peterson. It’ll be boo-tastic!
About the Teaching Artist:
Mary Peterson is a mixed media artist and instructor in the Edmonds School district. She is passionate about the empowering people with disabilities and co-founded Art for All, an organization that supports artists with disabilities in making and exhibiting their art. She is a recipient of the Everett Cultural Arts Commission Mayors Art Award for Arts Changing Lives. Her artwork has been exhibited in many local shows and galleries.