abstract painting

Saturday, February 17 | 1-4 pm | FREE

What emotions do certain images or words stir within you? Haiga is a traditional art that is drawn with a haiku–a three-line poem of five-seven-five syllables. We’ll look at haiga prints in the latest ACME Lab, The Sound of Water: Woodcuts by Stanton Macdonald-Wright, and then tune our hearts to the ripples of water present in these woodcuts to create our own haiku and haiga using oil pastels.

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IMAGE: Stanton Macdonald-wright, American, Stony River Rippling, Lightning Flickering, woodcut, 1966-1967, Purchased with Funds from The Phyllis Cannon Wattis Endowment Fund, UMFA1998.34.1.14.