Thu, Jan 14 | Virtual Online

Art As Storyteller: Patterns, Ages 12+

Introduction to a Drawing Series
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Time & Location

Jan 14, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Virtual Online

About the Event


Learn how symbols and pattern designs were used to communicate a story throughout make your own pattern to tell a story. After learning basic design terminology, we will view art objects and share observations to determine where they originated from, what they symbolize, and/or interpret its meaning. Using colored pencils you will learn a basic pattern followed by time to create your own pattern. Time permitting, we will share our designs with the group.

Materials needed:

Sketch book or drawing paper.

Colored pencils.


About the Instructor:

As studio owner, Karen considers Root Studio her most important work to date. She is extremely dedicated to the creative process, inspiring and encouraging others to utilize creative practice for well-being. For Karen, it's all about the process, ever evolving and innovating. Her desire is to inspire people to unplug and consider spending time exploring, making time to dream, nurturing their curiosity, and taking time to just be. This is time well spent.

Her own experiences with creative practice have continually offered a window to new perspectives and personal growth, as well as deep satisfaction, which she believes would not have occurred otherwise. Karen was so impassioned by her creative explorations, she wanted to build a creative practice space so that others could experience these benefits too… and Root Studio was born.

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