LUAG Community Day: Colorful Palm Tree Prints inspired by Ricardo Viera

April 30, 2022 1:00PM to 3:00PM
LUAG Main Gallery

Drop-by the galleries to experiment with texture and color to create dynamic printed patterns. Gather inspiration from works by artist Ricardo Viera on view in the Teaching Museum Exhibition and learn about relief printing while making a foam block print.Teaching Artist Natalie Hartmann will guide participants through various monotype and relief-printing techniques. All ages are welcome and no prior experience necessary.

Register in advance here.

LUAG Community Days offer opportunities to drop-in to the galleries to explore great works of art from the LUAG collection and current exhibitions through conversation, hands-on projects, and sketching. Geared to children ages 4 to 94 and their adult companions.

Natalie Hartman is a multi-talented freelance artist from Bethlehem PA. She currently teaches arts & crafts to school age children at the Banana Factory just minutes from her home. She also creates and runs after-school art programs for local elementary schools, middle schools and other organizations. Natalie truly enjoys sharing her time and artistic abilities with children and surprising them with just how capable they are of creating amazing things!

Image: Ricardo Viera; Tres Palmeras En Azul, 1980; Screenprint on paper; Edition 10/10; Gift of Ricardo Viera; LUG 12 1015