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Clip N Sip Happy Hours – Paper Illustrations
April 7, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Clip your way to take-away pieces of collage art and other projects at Artomatic Clip & Sips. Each session will include instruction in ways to manipulate ordinary papers and other materials to create small frameable art, inspirational pieces, as well as unique cards and envelopes. Before the session head over to one of our in-house bars to grab your drink of choice. All the materials you need to create your masterpieces are included. This is a 21+ event.
Clip and Sips are offered on the following evenings:
Friday, April 7, 5-7 pm facilitated by Leneé Freeman – Theme: Paper Illustrations Sign-up: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clip-n-sip-happy-hour-paper-illustration-tickets-33433125378?aff=eandprexshre&ref=eandprexshre
Friday, April 14, 5-7 pm facilitated by Sharon Robinson – Theme: Not Your Hallmark Card — Making decorated card and envelope sets for Mothers’ Day, Fathers Day, birthdays, weddings and other special occasions
Thursday April 27, 5-7 pm facilitated by Leneé Freeman – Theme: Mini Vision Boards Sign-up: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clip-n-sip-happy-hour-mini-vision-board-tickets-33433909724?aff=eandprexshre&ref=eandprexshre
About the Facilitators:
Leneé Freeman is a collage artist, photographer, and fellow of the Urban Arts Leadership Program. She has been an event and wedding photographer for over nine years. She’s also has been making collages since the age of 12 but has been making shades of brown paper people since 2015. To follow her collage art work follow her at Instagram: @artbylenee or Facebook: art by Lenee. To learn more about her photographer and/or wedding tips visit: www.LeneeF.com or Instagram: @leneephotos.
Sharon Robinson has been a professional artist mixed media and instructor for the past 17 years, exhibiting on both the east and west coasts. She is a former resident of Portland, Oregon, and has been living in Washington, DC since 2013. She maintains a studio in Mt. Rainier, MD and currently teaches in the Continuing Education program of Howard Community College.