Join us in the studio as we create mixed-media watercolor paintings inspired by the art on view in True Nature: Rodin and the Age of Impressionism. We will be using some unconventional materials, such as watercolor pencils and crayons, to create the look of watercolor typically used with paint! Compared to more traditional art media, watercolor pencils, and crayons are a fairly new technology invented in the mid-20th century. Don’t miss your chance to see this exhibition before it closes on October 22! Admission is always free for members and children 17 and under.
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ABOUT DROP-IN ART
Drop-In Art occurs on the third Saturday of each month from 11 am-4 pm. These come-and-go activities are suitable for all ages and provide a perfect opportunity for visitors to connect with the galleries and tap into their creativity.
Pre-registration is not required. This program is FREE with admission and for Museum members. Not a member? Join today!
Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. If you have questions, please email email@example.com or call 405.278.8201.
ABOUT TRUE NATURE
Now open at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, True Nature: Rodin and the Age of Impressionism is a major exhibition on sculptor Auguste Rodin, organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Recognized as one of the greatest sculptors since the Renaissance, Rodin pioneered an approach to his art that aimed not only to capture the physicality of his subjects but also their psychology. Organized thematically, True Nature: Rodin and the Age of Impressionism delves into the Classical influences on Rodin’s sculpture, the artist’s focus on portraiture, and his exploration of movement and the human body.