RCA | Elizabeth Misitano: Work in Progress

The Penny Redmon Fund Visiting Lecturer Series presents
Elizabeth Misitano: Work in Progress
Friday, May 18, Noon - 1pm
@ Rockport Center for the Arts

Lunch reservations due May 16 at noon
Join us for a brown bag lecture onFriday, May 18, noon - 1pm. Long Island based artist, Elizabeth Misitano, describes her journey as an emerging artist. Along the way, she realized that even as you mature, there's always something to learn; an artist is always a work in progress.

The lecture is FREE. You may bring your own lunch ot purchase lunch through the Art Center for $10. Lunch is a sandwich loaded with fresh seasonal vegetables and turkey, chips, and a pickle, made by Kimmi's Fine Foods. Please call 361-729-5519 to order your lunch by noon onWednesday, May 16.

About Elizabeth:

Elizabeth's career has taken her to the galleries of Chelsea and the landscapes of Iceland. Her work shows both an appreciation for classical technique and the color sensibilities of pop art. She explores the concept of kitsch and memorabilia and their transition in and out of sacred relic status. Elizabeth lives in Long Island with her husband and two cats.
There's still time to sign up for her ball point pen workshop.
Push the limits of how this common office supply can make elevated art.

3-Day Workshop
May 17-19, 10 AM - 4 PM
Free for Members; $50 Supply Fee

Call (361) 729-5519 to register

About the Class:

Workshop participants will explore mark-making techniques - hatching, cross-hatching, stippling, scribbling and more. They will also learn two methods of layering color to create depth and and form.

The workshop will focus on creating a minimum of two finished drawings.



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