Clay Bonanza! with Rashmi Talpade
Friday, August 4, 2017
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Ages 6+ recommended
Using Model Magic clay, students will create animals, birds, portraits, masks, and strange critters. White clay may be painted and colored clays can be mixed to make a myriad of colors, creating wonderful finished projects of various subjects and sizes. Wood pieces, buttons, yarn, and found objects may also be incorporated to add interesting extra textures and different visual effects. By using a number of 3D paintings on canvas boards from the Museum’s permanent collection as inspiration, Adventurers will tap into their own clay creativity!
For program registration please contact Katherine Swanson, Coordinator of Family & Community Programs, at 860-229-0257 ext. 220, firstname.lastname@example.org, or online by using the button below.
Friday, August 4, 2017 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Rashmi is an accomplished artist from Bombay, India. She has shown and sold her work in India, the Middle East, Europe, and Australia, and since immigrating to Connecticut in 1991, has exhibited her paintings, drawings, collages, and installations in Hartford, New Haven, and New York. Deeply involved in the local art community, Rashmi has taught and served as Fine Arts Supervisor for Wallingford Parks and Recreation for ten years, and has directed or helped to facilitate City-Wide Open Studios since 2005. A visual arts fellow with the CT Commission on Culture and Tourism, Rashmi also plays an advisory role at both Artspace and the Arts Council of New Haven.