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Using Everyday Objects in Art | A virtual workshop for children with Hyomin Kwon


Free on Zoom. Registration required.

Path of Entry artist Hyomin Kwon will take inspiration from Korean artist Hong-do Kim and guide young artists through creating four artworks in two hours, using only items you might find around the house! During this workshop, participants will design a feather, a leaf, a butterfly, and a tree on paper using everyday materials. Kwon will demonstrate stamping and dragging techniques using acrylic paint. The workshop is appropriate for young artists ages 5-10.

What you need to have on hand: a toothbrush, acrylic paint, liquid school glue (like Elmer’s), a sponge, string, bubble wrap, some pieces of paper

Kwon’s work will be on view at WMA as part of Path of Entry through June 26! To learn more about her work and studio practice, visit her Instagram account here.