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Latin American Art Workshops “Clarissa Banos”

October 27 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Date: October 27th
Place: Online (Zoom workshop)
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm

 

Clarissa will lead and guide you through the creation of a mixed media painting showcasing imagery and symbolism representative of this celebration, showcasing either a Catrina or a Sugar Skull inspired by her own artwork. This is a family friendly art project that requires no previous experience and which can be completed within a 1 to 2 hour time frame. She will be guiding you with step by step instruction throughout the production of this piece. In addition, she will be talking about the meaning of the celebration, including it’s visual symbolism, as they add their creative and artistic contribution to their unique paintings.

This is the list of materials, with emphasis on the use of recycled materials can be found in any dollar store or Walmart:

1) Rectangular Canvas (12”X16” or 16”X20”)
2) Mod Podge
3) Pages from old books, preferably non-glossy
4) Tissue paper, patterned paper or coloured card stock
5) Bubble wrap
6) Sponges
7) Acrylic Paints (Yellow, red, blue, white, black and any other colours of choice)
8) One medium paintbrush (#10) and one fine paintbrush (#3) for details.
9) Black sharpie
10) Pencil and eraser
11) Paintbrush or paint sponge for mod podge.
12) Container

Website: https://www.clarissabanos.com/ 

Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/clarissabanosart/

Clarissa is a visual artist and graphic designer originally from San Salvador, El Salvador. Living in beautiful British Columbia, Canada, for over 18 years. She has been drawing, painting and creating art for as long as she can remember and being able to share her work with the rest of the world today is a great honour and privilege for her, as woman and as an artist!

Her professional background combines over 20 years of experience as a graphic designer, visual artist and visual arts instructor.

Clarissa will lead and guide you through the creation of a mixed media painting showcasing imagery and symbolism representative of this celebration, showcasing either a Catrina or a Sugar Skull inspired by her own artwork. This is a family friendly art project that requires no previous experience and which can be completed within a 1 to 2 hour time frame. She will be guiding you with step by step instruction throughout the production of this piece. In addition, she will be talking about the meaning of the celebration, including it’s visual symbolism, as they add their creative and artistic contribution to their unique paintings.

This is the list of materials, with emphasis on the use of recycled materials:

1) Rectangular Canvas (12”X16” or 16”X20”)
2) Mod Podge
3) Pages from old books, preferably non-glossy
4) Tissue paper, patterned paper or coloured card stock
5) Bubble wrap
6) Sponges
7) Acrylic Paints (Yellow, red, blue, white, black and any other colours of choice)
8) One medium paintbrush (#10) and one fine paintbrush (#3) for details.
9) Black sharpie
10) Pencil and eraser
11) Paintbrush or paint sponge for mod podge.
12) Container

All this materials can be bought at the local dollar store or at wallmart.

 

Details

Date:
October 27
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Organizer

Latincouver
Phone:
6045660999
Email:
plaza@latincouver.ca
Website:
www.latincouver.ca

Venue

Online
Canada + Google Map