Friday, August 29, 2014
Mexican yarn paintings are created by the Huichol Indians in colorful designs as expressions of deep spiritual beliefs. Diane Zubrick's classes created their own yarn painting using sticky foam boards from McMrf. You can use tacky glue, beeswax or sticky board as your base for your own yarn painting.
Above is an example of the Huichol Indian's yarn painting. Below is the artwork from Dynamic Senior Solutions in Beavercreek plus Diane's example. They started with thicker nylon yarn to make the main design, then put in other yarns to fill in. This activity was excellent for manual dexterity and using a new material to create artwork.
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
We are receiving painted mannequins for our auction for the We Care Artists Annual Charity Event! You can view them in our gallery now and all of them on the day of the event August 16th. You can bid on them online at www.biddingforgood.com.
Here are the details for the Annual Charity Event on Saturday,
Aug. 16 from noon-10pm.
Here are some of the mannequins.
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