Workshops

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Sample of Past Offerings

Evening Workshop for Adults 

An Evening of Fabric Design
What happens when a simple shape is repeated on paper or fabric? Students will create their own piece of designer wrapping paper and a one-of-a-kind tote bag. No drawing skills required.

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BE A FABRIC DESIGNER FOR A DAY

10 am – 4:00 pm Description: What happens when a simple shape is repeated to create a beautiful pattern? In this unique workshop you will design and create a one-of-a-kind wall hanging for your home, a charming tote bag and more. No drawing skills required. BYO lunch and a found object that be traced or dipped in paint.

EXPLORING SURFACE PATTERN DESIGN     Description: Working with simple shapes, wall paper samples, fabric remnants, color pencil, oil crayons, paint and more you can create your own piece of designer wrapping paper. BYO lunch and a found object that can be traced or dipped in paint. All materials provided.

DESIGN! REPEAT! CREATE!    10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Description: Explore the delightful results of repetitive design and the power of color working with a variety of materials, shapes, found objects, fabric, wallpaper samples, markers, paint, oil crayons. Bring a found object that can be traced or dipped in paint. BYO lunch and drink.

“DAZZLING DESIGNS” for adults-  Orlando Museum of Art

Spend the evening with Orlando-based artist Renee Lewis, as we explore the concepts of pattern and repetition through the creation of our own designer wrapping paper.  De-stress from the hectic holiday season with a drink and a relaxing evening of drawing and design – you’ll leave with art work that even Santa’s elves could not create. Class price includes all materials and an adult beverage. Limited to 20 students.

“FUN REPEAT FUN” for kids-  Sam Flax Orlando

Kids love the fun spirit of Renee’s repetitive design workshop. Each student will create their own unique design masterpiece to take home. Working with a variety of materials, shapes, found objects, crayons, markers, color pencils and more – students will discover what happens when a shape or pattern is repeated on a piece of paper. And they will learn how repetitive design is used in everyday life. Class runs from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Ages 6-11. Children are encouraged to bring a snack and drink. Registration required.

Contact Renee for more information on these and other workshops of interest.

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