Wednesdays - September 10, 2014 to October 15, 2014
Mobiles (kinetic forms) gather their fundamentals in drawing and painting rather than traditional sculpture. After presenting a historical and cultural overview of this thoroughly “modern” art form, the class will explore the relationships between a series of two or three dimensional shapes, which combined in a stylistic approach, will form an artistic abstract composition.
Students will learn the use of: balance, form, color and design, as well as the use of negative space, light and mood. At the end of the course, you will have created a minimum of two mobiles. Students do not need any prior art knowledge to create these pieces of art.
Students need to bring:
- One pair of needle nose plier
- One pair of wire cutters
- One pair of scissors
- One utility knife
- Cutting surface
Six week class: $150.00
Please visit: http://foosanerartmuseum.org/adult-art-classes.php to register and view other classes.
A graduate from the Savannah College of Art & Design with a BFA in Illustration. Stephen is expertly trained in conceptual design, story-boarding, book, poster and editorial illustration, as well as portraiture, Lomazzo’s unique brand of vintage stylization with a modern twist is sure to gain notoriety as more of his illustrations and fine art become main stream
Steve has been drawing since he was old enough to hold a crayon, and he is fluent in a large range of styles and techniques. His ultimate goal is to be bestowed upon the honor of the Caldecott award for children’s book excellence.