The Art of Collage

Especially for Children, Youth, Family Members and Teachers

You are invited to come and learn the Art of Collage from Elisa O’Neil, a visually impaired artist who uses textured paper and bold contrast to create her artistry.

Classes, which are free, are specially geared to the creative needs of visually impaired children and youth. The studio sessions will be great fun and family members and teachers are especially welcome to attend.

The classes will teach the art of collage and painting using acrylics with tactile elements to create layered designs meant to be touched.

The classes are Saturday, March 29 and Sunday March 30, 2014 12:30PM – 4:30PM
Studio Space at Artist and Craftsman Supply
4350 8th Avenue NE, Seattle WA 98105 (in the University District near Petco).

To register or confirm that you will be attending please reply to this e-mail or call Patt Copeland at (206) 282-3913.

This program is made possible by a special grant from the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture.

Patt Copeland MSW
Vision Loss Connections
(206) 282-3913

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