Spend 90 minutes each week using your imagination and developing your artistic voice!
• Create using a variety of material.
• Choose what and how to make “stuff with stuff”
• Draw, paint, print, sculpt, glue, and cut.
• Bring your unique vision to life with hands on art-making
Wednesdays: 2:30 to 4 p.m.
10 children max –
Must be vaccinated and wear masks.
Session Three: April 6–27
ONLY THREE SESSIONS IN APRIL
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Jackie La Lanne
Jackie La Lanne just retired as an art teacher in the Mill Valley School district for over 30 years and is now president of the Board at O’Hanlon. She graduated from Sonoma State University with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Studio Art and a Masters Degree in Art Education. She loves teaching art and making photographs, which she says have a lot in common: discovering, making, envisioning, sharing, and having fun. She taught her co-teacher Laurel Shear art when Laurel was in elementary school!
Laurel Shear lives and works in the California Bay Area. She opened her first New York solo show, Daydreaming In My Nightmare, at Fort Gansevoort in March 2018. Recent exhibitions include Right Here Right Now, Richmond Art Center and NIAD (Richmond, CA) My Silences Had Not Protected Me, For Freedoms, Fort Gansevoort, (New York), Where Dreams Come True, TSA LA (Los Angeles), Push, Incline Gallery (San Francisco). She is a former member of the artist run gallery Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Los Angeles. Press for her work includes Artnet, New York Magazine, Brooklyn Magazine, and Luxe Magazine, among others. She facilitates drawing and painting workshops at O’Hanlon Center for the Arts and serves on the Board. Shear was a competitive cheerleader, she’s an energy medicine practitioner, and a proud a mama.