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Amazing Abstract Animals for Ages 7-10 taught by Terri Colamatteo

April 28 @ 2:00 pm 3:30 pm

$24.00 Includes supplies for shared use in class

Doodle a Poodle, Calico a Cat, Filigree a Fish, Zentangle a Zebra!

Explore abstract art through line, shape and patterns using Zentangle*. Have fun “doodling” the patterns. Be creative and make up your own!  *Zentangles are a fun and easy way to create magical patterns.

We will be using the patterns you choose to in a drawing of your favorite animal. We will be practicing drawing the animal with tracing paper and pencils so no need to worry! 

Our final drawing will be colored with Posca markers or watercolors. You choose!

Please bring a black and white photo copy of your favorite animal. The animal’s face and shoulders should fill the page. The image should be just of the animal and not a background.

“Remember, ART is about your own Awesomeness, Respect for yourself, and Trying something new.”

Next classes for ages 7-10: Inspired by Eric Carle: Collage for Ages 7-10 with Adult taught by Terri Colamatteo Sunday May 12th from 3-4:30pm And David Hockney Pool Party! taught by Terri Colamatteo Saturday, June 29th from 3-4:30pm

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Terri’s background in the arts comes from a love of textiles.

She holds a BFA from UW-River Falls with a major in Fiber Arts, and a minor in Art History. She went on to a textile conservation internship at the Smithsonian Institution under the textile conservation department with the pre-Columbian archaeological textile collection at The National Museum of Natural History and employment at Textile International Gallery in Minneapolis. 

After her museum and gallery experience, Terri received a degree in art education from UW-Madison. She has taught PK-12th grade visual art for 28 years both in Wisconsin and Minnesota.  She has expertise in teaching painting, drawing, sculpture, 35mm black and white photography, fiber arts, and 2D/3D Design. She recently retired from teaching PK-5th grade for 8 years at Cherokee Heights Elementary in St.Paul.

Today, her personal focus is on Japanese shibori techniques and indigo. Terri also draws and dabbles in painting when she finds more time. She is married to Karl with 2 daughters in their 30’s and about to be a grandmother for the first time.