exploring art through nature
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
St. Rose of Lima Parish
Clopper Road. Germantown, MD 20874
Sept-January, SKIP: Nov 22, Dec. 20, Dec. 27, Jan. 31
Price for 18 classes, $450 (payments plans available)
Organizer: Jenn Lynn
WE MUST HAVE 5 PEOPLE ENROLL TO RUN THIS CLASS!
Students will create two- and three-dimensional art using natural materials (such as shells, twigs, natural yarn, rocks, plants, tree bark, sticks, sand, paint, etc.), while discussing the science behind the natural elements within the projects. They will experience the joy of creation by producing artistic works using materials from nature. They will experience the magic of the natural world while exploring the science behind its myriad patterns and processes.
Exploring Art Through Nature is one of the best kept secrets in Montgomery County. The teachers, Michele and Steve, bring their excitement and enthusiasm to every topic they explore with the students. The subjects covered are many and varied with an in-depth look at various aspects of each project. Literature, poetry, music, math, nature, and science are regularly used to teach the weekly theme. One of the best things about the teachers is that they never talk down to the students. My son, Willie, looks forward to this class every week and signs up again each semester. Dorothy Heard.