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Illuminated Letters for Teens
Monday July 18 2022 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
What is an illuminated letter? It was usually the first letter on a page of hand written books from long ago. They were large and colorful, often accented with gold. The images used to illustrate the letters included animals, plants and mythical creatures.
Deborah Sacks, a local artist, will show how they can use their creativity to create their own illuminated letters in our Art Studio. All materials provided by the Avon Free Public Library.
When: Monday July 18, 6:00-8:00 PM
Location: Art Studio. Sign up required.
This program is open to teens entering Grades 7-12 & Class of ’22.
Deborah Sacks is a local artist who exhibits in galleries and shops in Connecticut and Vermont. Deborah Sacks has been an art student, artist and art teacher all her adult life. She complete a B.F.A. from Rhode Island School of Design, an M.A. from Towson State University and an M.A.L.S. from Wesleyan University. Coursework and workshops at Trinity College and Hartford Art school provided further training. Deborah is a member of the Canton Art Guild. Her award-winning prints have appeared in juried exhibitions all across Connecticut. She retired from a long career teaching art in Connecticut public schools. She gives private lessons to junior high and high school student and to adults.
*Due to high demand for teen summer programs, if you don’t show up by 5 minutes past program start time, you spot will be given to a teen waiting on standby*
Masks recommended, but not required.