This is Dr. Standley's third session, where you'll be looking at the effects of climate change on the world’s oceans. We’ll also use the Zentangle® method of pattern drawing to create our own coral gardens and talk about ways that you at home can contribute to saving the planet.
Attend Dr. Standley's second session. The project in this class will be to do a dot painting of a mandala on a rock (but paper will work fine, too). You'll also discuss the meaning of the mandala: a wonderful geometric pattern that has been around since the first century B.C.
Rocks, paints, and a pointed tool like a N2 regular pencil (not mechanical), knitting needle, chopsticks, etc.
Types of rocks you could bring include: River rocks – you pick up in public lands along river beds, rocks beds, lakes, streams, etc., Buy a bag from Home Depot, “Rosa” Mexican Beach Pebbles, Caribbean Beach Pebbles
Some type of acrylic paint is best – you want something that is opaque, a little thick, and quick drying. You can find small bottles of paint at Michaels, JoAnn’s or even Walmart. Inexpensive paint is best – these are rocks anyway!
Add to calendar for February 3rd!
Art journaling is the creative process of pulling together color, words, and images as a way to express yourself, experiment, play and have fun.
In this class, Dr. Cynthia Standley will show you how to do this with your daily calendar, so that it then becomes a record of your life.
Some sort of paper calendar (daily, weekly or monthly – whatever your preference), adhesive (glue stick) colored pens, markers, paint, etc., something to write with and scissors.
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