Creative Creatures with Antonia Green
What kind of creature can we create when we combine two or three together to make one?
The possibilities are endless! We are going to use soft black pencils and colourful oil pastels to have some fun and draw some creative creatures, choose their names – and invent totally new species.
Wednesday 18 January
Workshop tickets are $20 per child ($15 for members) or $5 for Yarra and Dandenong Ranges residents, thanks to Yarra Ranges Council.
Suitable for ages 8 – 15
This project is supported by Yarra Ranges Council and TarraWarra Museum of Art’s Education Program Supporters: Scanlon Foundation, Erdi Foundation and Bennelong Foundation
Antonia Green works with painting, printmaking and drawing, with a commitment to authentic expression in her mark making. Her work holds a sense of deep wonder of the natural world and the embodied presence of bearing witness. The themes of her work span from the environment to cultural history and collective imagination – and she draws inspiration from seeking out surreal and isolated wilderness locations. Graduating from Victorian College of the Arts in 2004, she has a vibrant artistic practice, and is based in the Yarra Valley. Her work is held in many private collections and regularly exhibits at James Makin Gallery, among other galleries.