The tables were set we had colors in front of us and lots of paper on entering, Within minutes of introduction to the project. About that precise moment anything from the outside world was left outside the door of the Lake Worth Art League. We were lost in a happy state of creativity. The difference between this and the children’s camps is the attention span. This I can attest to as I taught Summer Art Camp at the Bass Museum on Miami Beach
We were given handouts and instruction in real-time. Basically everything ,we needed to know, to go it alone, if we liked it. Everything was inclusive in this class and in the hand outs it gave instructions where, how, we could get the $60 plus supplies needed to get into gelli printing and the knowledge to do so. One of the reasons the Lake Worth Art League is doing this series is we know there are a lot of talented and curious residents in our community who just have not had the opportunity to delve into nirvana like this. The Shuffleboard Court via the Armory Annex offered classes that we were above the median income and affordability of Lake Worth residents. LWAL is limited as to who we can offer this to as we have very limited space, therefore adults only. This is a six weeks of fun and relaxation for those wanting to know more about the different art forms. To be continued next thursday evening with “Collage” so stay tuned for that report. Better yet join us.! We are in the center of town so walk, bike we are not so far away.
Sign up at the Lake Worth Art Gallery, 604 Lucerne Ave. The summer hours are noon to 7 p.m.
PS reminder there is a film being screened tonight Friday July 22, at dusk on the Cultural Plaza half a block from Lake Worth Art League so drop by. We are open till 8 tonight.