Artists Nicole Chouinard Brunelle, Bill Bradbury, Steve Muchiri, Diana Zipeto, Crissie Murphy, Cassandra Merry, and Teo Pique have teamed up to put on a special Mini Gallery show honoring Black History Month. The show offers a variety of art mediums, with pieces inspired by different aspects of Black History Month.
Watercolor has a reputation of being hard to control, with precision and detail difficult to attain. In this course, Lowell-based illustrator and painter Ashley Eisenman will help students to “learn to let go” and embrace watercolor painting as expressive, versatile, and fun. Through a varied set of classes, students will gain skills in the fundamentals of watercolor painting and composition, sketching, color mixing and choice, and how to create representational pieces from abstract beginnings. Students will be encouraged to experiment with a variety of subjects including abstract expressions, portraits of humans and animals, and pop-art.