Guaguin and Polynesia Workshop

This Friday night I'll be at the Seattle Art Museum to lead a teen sketching trip through Gauguin Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise. The show has some excellent paintings and prints from Gauguin's years in the Pacific, and some beautiful 19th century Polynesian artwork. We'll trace Gauguin's creative journey by sketching from the same objects that inspired him, then work from Gauguin's paintings and drawings. (including one of his sketchbooks!) Then we'll head downstairs for some figure drawing from live models. Registration is closed for this free program, but I'll be back soon. Teens, and people who work with them, should check in with the SAM to find out about more great programs and resources.
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