This coming Saturday, March 13, I invite you to join me at the Norman Rockwell Museum for an afternoon art program.
The event is free with admission, and will be fun for all ages. I’ll start at 1:00 with a digital slide presentation that shows what goes into making a realistic picture of an imaginary subject, including Dinotopia and other projects.
Then I’ll sign books, which will be available at the museum store. But you can also bring your old copies, too—the more tattered the better.
From about 2:30 to 4:00 we’ll draw dinosaurs together. I’ll do a couple of demonstration drawings, and I’ll bring a bunch of dinosaur models that we can all work from. I’ll try to answer whatever questions you have, and give pointers to artists of all ages—young people just learning to draw and experienced artists with specific questions.
The Rockwell Museum is always a fun place to hang out, and right now they’ve got a new exhibit of Rockwell’s fan letters in addition to "Norman Rockwell, Behind the Camera."
More information at the Museum site.
Admission is free for kids and teens thanks to support from Blantyre, Country Curtains, and The Red Lion Inn.