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Craft Workshop: Wildflower Ink Line Prints

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
The Natural History Museum of Utah | Rio Tinto Center

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About this workshop:

A painting of wildflowers.
In this NHMU Craft Workshop presented by Craft Lake City, artist and art-educator Kara Aina will guide attendees through an exploration of basic printmaking skills, various watercolor techniques, and washes to create a whimsical wildflower painting. Participants will learn an innovative process created by pop-artist Andy Warhol, and will each create an artwork in a color palette of their choice. Materials will be provided and no experience is necessary; however participants are encouraged to bring a smock due to the permanent (but non-toxic) nature of some of the supplies we will be using.

About the artist:

Kara Aina is an artist born and raised in New Brunswick, Canada and now resides in Sandy, Utah. She has a BFA and majored in Intaglio and Lithography Printmaking. She now paints in her studio primarily in watercolor, and occasionally in oils, ink, acrylic, and collage. Her work is inspired by connections and interactions she has with family, friends and nature. In addition to being an artist she is a mother to 4 sons and is an art educator; currently teaching at the middle and high school level at a local school in the Salt Lake valley.

Presented by Craft Lake City and the Natural History Museum of Utah.

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Museum admission and materials included