Virtual Spirits and Sketches:

Playing Around with Size and Scale

Let’s gather (virtually) for a low-pressure, high-fun session of drawing! Manager of Family Programs and Accessibility Amanda Harmer will help you get inspired by our permanent collection to investigate size and scale. No previous drawing experience necessary and all skill levels are welcome. Grab your cocktail or mocktail (suggested drink below) and draw together! 

This online event is $5 for members and $8 for future members.

Supplies for this session: 

  • Mark-making tool(s): pencil, Sharpie marker, and/or colored pencils 
  • Paper or sketchbook (2-4 pieces)
  • Items or photos of items that might make fun, contrasting drawings
    • Since we are playing with size and scale, include items that are typically small and typically large. For instance, you could bring a sewing needle and an elephant figurine–though the figurine might be small, the animal is large. Items that could tell an interesting story together will make for a fun drawing experience!

Drink Inspiration:

Perfectly Balanced Margarita (Scale provided, but size is up to the drinker)

  • 2 parts tequila
  • 1 part lime juice
  • ¾ parts agave nectar
  • Ice
  • Lime (optional)
  • Salt (optional)

Method: Pour all ingredients into a shaker. Shake and strain over ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with a lime wheel, salt optional.

Perfectly Balanced Mocktail

  • ½ part limeade
  • ½ part sparkling water (lemon or lime flavored sparkling water recommended)
  • ¼ part orange juice
  • Ice
  • Lime (optional)
  • Salt (optional)

Method: Pour all ingredients over ice. Garnish with lime, salt optional.

Credit: Lowell Nesbitt (American, 1933-1993). Parrot Tulip, 1973. Oil on canvas. Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Museum purchase with funds provided by the Jerry Westheimer Family, 1981.091

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