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Zoom Programs Hosted by Joyce Raimondo, Education Coordinator


Project It!

Tuesday, December 19, 1:30 – 2:30 pm EST

Explore how David Alfaro Siqueiros, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline and others used projectors as tools for producing paintings, and how light projections can be used in innovative ways to create luminous art in works by contemporary artists Leo Vollareal, Tony Cokes, and others.


Reflections on Art Workshop

Tuesday, December 19, 3:00 – 4:15 pm EST

A sunset on water, glistening effects of light on glass, a mirror image. Discover how artists capture reflections in painting. Then create your own artwork picturing reflections. Have paint supplies on hand. 


Divine Light, Part 1

Wednesday, December 20, 2:00 – 3:45 pm EST

How do modern artists Marc Chagall, Jacob Lawrence and others picture spirituality in narrative painting? Following an art presentation, draw or paint your own story of divinity. Have drawing or paint supplies on hand. 


Virtual Art Cafe: Illuminate Your Creativity!

Wednesday, December 20, 4:00 – 5:00 pm EST

Connect with fellow painters, writers, sculptors and others. Participants are invited to share on Zoom a work of art by themselves or another artist that is inspired by light. The session is designed to spark creativity in an open supportive forum. 


Divine Light, Part 2

Thursday, December 21, 2:00 – 3:45 pm EST

The abstract artist Vassily Kandinsky said, “Color is a power which directly influences the soul.” Discover how artists express spirituality in abstract paintings, using color, line, and shape. Then draw or paint your own idea of divinity. Have drawing or paint supplies on hand.



Anyone Can Draw Workshop

Thursday, December 21, 4 – 5 pm EST

Have you ever said, “I can’t draw a straight line?” For anyone who enjoys drawing, this workshop will show you simple techniques to improve your observational drawing skills. In this relaxed session, we will learn contour drawing skills guaranteed to improve your drawing in one hour! Supplies; mirror, three sheets of paper, pencil, sharpener, eraser.

Offered by Western Sullivan Public Library

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Above Image: Ferdinand Hodler, Lake Geneva from Chexbres, 1904


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Jackson Pollock Studio Floor

— Photographed in 1998 for the Museum of Modern Art’s

Jackson Pollock RetrospectivePhoto ©Jeff Heatley.

Photograph: Jackson Pollock Studio Floor / Prints for Sale

Enlargements to 8′ Square.


AAQ / Visit: Jackson Pollock’s Studio Floor, 1947 – 1952

/ Uncovered, 1987 / Photo for MoMA, 1998 — Link.


AAQ / Resource: Westhampton Architectural Glass