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Make your own Sketchbook


Apr 21, 2018
02:00 PM until 04:00 PM


Ages: Teens & Adults

Registration Closes - Wednesday, April 18th

Brenna is a mixed media artist and teacher with over 25 years of experience teaching both children and adults. Her work has been published in numerous places including Somerset magazine. She has been a member of the Mamaroneck Artist Guild for many years and shows her work regularly there. Her goal is to teach children and adults how to love art, enjoy the process of making, and feel successful no matter what their skill or experience level.

In this workshop, we will use a variety of fun and colorful techniques to create decorated papers.  Some of the techniques we will use are stamping, painting, printmaking, doodling, and stenciling.  We will use these papers to create our own unique travel-size sketchbook for future imaginative and artistic exploration.  All levels welcome and all materials provided.




View map DayDreamer Studio
@ The Yellow Monkey Antiques
792 Route 35
Cross River, NY

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DayDreamer Studio



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Nicole Mata

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