LVA Instructor and Printmaker Liz Foley takes you back to her shop for her second Art Starts Video Lesson – Vegetable Print Mandalas.
Art Starts with Louisville Visual Art videos help you make the most of staying safe at home. We’d love to see your artworks displayed in windows as we take our daily walks – and maintain healthy distance. Visit our website every Saturday morning for a new lesson. You can return to try them again as much as you like!
And now you can make a donation to our Art Starts Fundraiser via the button at the bottom of the Art Starts Video page. We’re raising $2,500 to produce 10 Art Starts Videos, each of which employs a local LVA-Affiliated artist. Our family of artists need this work more than ever in these uncertain days, so if you’ve enjoyed an Art Starts lesson – or just want to make sure others can – please consider a gift. Every dollar helps!
For April 11, Liz Foley shows how to make bright mandalas with vegetable stamps. You probably already have the supplies around the house:
Drawing paper (thicker than copier paper) 12×18
Cardboard to put under paper as cushion
Water color paints
Palette for paints (cookie sheet)
Container of water
Vegetables cut In cross section – potato, onion, carrot, celery
View the video here: Art Starts with Louisville Visual Art
And if you need a re-supply, Preston Art Center continues to offer parking lot pick-up and delivery at their Bardstown Road location. Minimum purchase for delivery is only $10. Check their Facebook Page or call 502-454-9954 for more info.
Founded in 1909, Louisville Visual Art improves lives and inspires communities through exceptional visual art education, vital artist engagement, and uplifting art-centered outreach. From a Creative Hub in the Portland neighborhood, LVA encourages artists through the weekly Artebella blog and radio show, a growing Mural Art Program, Open Studio Weekend, and weekly calls for submissions. LVA cultivates rising generations of creative leaders with quality instruction to more than 3,000 students annually through Children’s Fine Art Classes, in-school education programs, and summer camps. LVA engages, inspires, and improves Louisville’s entire art ecosystem.
Started In 1925, Children’s Fine Art Classes (CFAC) engage and inspire rising generations of creative leaders with intensive art education tailored to visually talented and motivated elementary and middle school students. CFAC provides concentrated studies in drawing, painting, and mixed media; complemented by instruction in art history, critical reflection, and aesthetics. Tuition is not charged, so that economic status never impacts a child’s ability to participate. A $75 supply fee is paid by those who are financially able to do so.