Gallery + Studio Workshop: People and Places in Impressionism
Saturday, October 14 | 10 am-12 pm
$25 Members | $35 non-Members
Young artists will explore the exhibition True Nature: Rodin and the Age of Impressionism! We will discuss how artists such as Claude Monet, Paul Cezanne, and Auguste Renoir painted everyday subject matter using their signature bold brushstrokes associated with the Impressionist movement.
Back in the studio, students will apply what they have learned in the galleries to create Impressionist-style watercolor paintings. Each participant will leave with a one-of-a-kind work of art as well as a sketchbook and watercolor set to continue their art exploration at home!
- Two Museum staff members will be always in attendance with the students.
- An adult/guardian must check the student in and out with a Museum staff member at the theater entrance.
- Adults/guardians are not required to stay and may pick their child up when the workshop ends at 12 pm.
This workshop is intended for children ages 8-11, or in grades 3-5. Please check our website for future offerings and sign up to receive our weekly emails at okcmoa.com/newsletter.
Image Credit: Claude Monet, In the Woods at Giverny: Blanche Hoschedé at Her Easel with Suzanne Hoschedé Reading, 1887, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Mr. and Mrs. George Gard De Sylva Collection, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA