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Friday, February 25 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Crayola Marker Villages

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Learn how to use Crayola markers like watercolor paints to create unique storybook villages. Using perspective drawings of buildings, we will distort the shapes to create wonky houses, apartments, shops and more. You will finish 2 projects in this class. This project for would work well for a Social Studies unit on cities or villages.
If you would like to get a package sent to you with all the supplies do pay $25 and contact Sally at the following email: sallytowerssybblis@icloud.com with your address before FEB 7. First Come/First Serve
Supplies for this session:
1 - set of Crayola COLORED super tip washable markers (other brands/sizes of markers are okay too, they just need to be washable/water soluble) Permanent markers won’t work. A number 6 or similar size round brush
Water container
3 sheets of computer paper
Glue stick OR double sided tape
A very fine black waterproof/permanent pen such as an ultra fine sharpie or size 01 black micron pigma pen or PN black pigma pen
1 - 5x7” piece of Canson or Strathmore 140lb. Watercolor paper
1 - 9x9” piece of mixed media paper
2 - 8.5x11” sheets of black cardstock

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Sally Towers-Sybblis

Sally Towers-Sybblis is a full time mixed media artist from Red Deer, Alberta. Her whimsical style of art often incorporates a combination of lettering, watercolor, acrylics or book making. Her work has been featured in various publications including “The Lettering Arts Review... Read More →

Friday February 25, 2022 9:00am - 12:00pm MST