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March 23, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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with Martina Sestakova
Join art educator Martina Sestakova for a workshop, during which you get to create a unique collage. We will learn about basic watercolor techniques and explore ideas behind colors, shapes, and textures. As a result, we will create a deeply meaningful collage through a fun creative process.
No experience is needed: just your curious self!
- 2 sheets of watercolor paper (9″ x 12″)
- Thin strips of watercolor paper (e.g., 9″ x 12″ cut up into strips that are .1″ x 12″, have about 15 strips on hand)
- 1 cup for water
- 1 watercolor paints (tray or tubes)
- Glue stick (school glue)
- 1 pencil or pen
- Paper for notes
Suggested Donation: $10
About Martina Sestakova
Martina Sestakova (owner at RADOST) engages in textile design, painting, and art education. Martina creates scarves that invoke stories of life experiences. Her scarves have been featured on Voice of America and at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (DC). In her paintings on yupo, she communicates words through colors and shapes. Her artworks have been shown at the Adah Rose Gallery (MD) and Latela Curatorial (DC) and other art institutions. As an art educator, Martina offers workshops and brings creativity to the public and communities with limited access to the arts. Martina Sestakova resides in Kensington, MD.