Throughout this 12 week journey, keiki artists will experience a variety of different medias while exploring art throughout the ages, ranging from Aegean vessels to detailed drawing studies. Artists will integrate symbols and storytelling with self expression, while finding inspiration from within ourselves, our family, our island, and our world!
Students should bring: Sketchbook, snack or lunch, water bottle, oversized white t-shirt or plain white/canvas apron (will be decorating 1st day to use!), photocopy of pictures and small objects (figurines, toys, old instruments) - they will become part of an art piece!
Rosie Maldonado’s inspiration comes from her surroundings as she finds ways to recreate her experiences through art. Her work consists of expressive and exploratory styles, which allows her to relate her emotions and imagination into her artwork and process. Rosie studied at the State University of New York at New Paltz, graduating in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science and Liberal Arts in Art Education, and a concentration in ceramics. Having studied and explored many different styles of art has allowed her to keep an open heart and mind to all aspects of creation. She has a passion for extending her love for the arts to people of all ages. Rosie is currently teaching art at West Hawaii Explorations Academy and at Holualoa Elementary with the Donkey Mill Art Center.
Generous donors help make it possible for serious young artists ages 6 - 18 to attend Donkey Mill Art Center. For more information about scholarships, please call 808.322.3362 and inquire about how to apply. Now accepting applications until Tuesday, January 31, 2017Share this Event: