May 20 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
This program is being offered virtually through Zoom. In order to participate and receive the Zoom link, you must register here or by emailing email@example.com
with artist & sculptor Liz Lescault
The Art of Doodling: Dancing with Color
These hands-on workshops are designed for both novices and experienced artists.
In April, May and June we will play with color. We will learn a little about the science of color, about color interactions and layering. We will also explore the psychology and symbolism of color. Color holds power. Color impacts our moods, emotions, and behaviors. It can also be a source of important information about our world.
Doodling is spontaneous, uncensored drawing. Doodling helps us process our emotions, alleviate stress and develop new possibilities for creative expression.
The workshops will not just be about making art but about the different ways we experience art and how it affects us. We will integrate movement, art, and playful sharing into our art making experience and explore both the process and the product of our art practice sharing insights, joys and concerns.
“The Art of Doodling” is a series of workshops that will encompass abstract and minimally representational drawing. Themes include radiating designs, symmetrical and asymmetrical patterns, imaginary beasts, fantasy figures, graphic stories and sacred symbols. You are invited to come to one, some or all of the workshops as the spirit moves you.
- 8 sheets of 8×12 paper or larger
- Hb pencil, school pencil, and/or mechanical pencil
- colored pencils
- Prismacolor Premier (soft core) or equivalent quality
- fine-tipped & ultra fine-tipped magic markers and/or fine-tipped colored pens
Recommendation for affordable high quality pens: Chameleon Fineliner Pen Sets on Amazon Smile
The Art of Doodling will be offered monthly on Thursdays from 5:30 – 7:00pm.
This hands-on workshop is for novices and experienced artists.
- May 20
- June 17
Suggested Donation: $15
About Liz Lescault
Liz Lescault, a visual artist and sculptor, has practiced and taught art for over 40 years. Liz is Coordinator of the DC InterPlay Metro Region and is a member of the DC InterPlay Board. Liz leads Open Gathering days for InterPlay DC and organizes and leads workshops regionally and nationally.
Liz melds her art, teaching and personal philosophy with InterPlay wisdom, tools and forms.
Formerly, Liz, was a hotline crisis counselor, for various suicide prevention lifelines and The Trevor Project providing help for LGBTQ youth in crisis.
Liz also led InterPlay for elders with chronic illness and cognitive disabilities at Iona Senior Center up to the Covid shutdown and is looking forward to leading online programs for Smith Center for Healing and the Arts.