Cornelis Aelbrechtsz Keyser, Charger, 17th century. Tin-glazed earthenware. Museum purchase through the Harlan E. Moore Charitable Trust fund 1988-15-1
A selection of paintings by local artist Kelly Hieronymus, who will lead this month's creativity workshop on Patterns and Forms. Image courtesy of the artist.
Jul 25, 2019 - 3–4:30pm
Main Level, Contemporary Gallery

Bring out your creative side in the galleries at Krannert Art Museum. 

At the July Creative Workshop, we'll talk with local artist Kelly Hieronymus about the ways patterns and organic forms play a role in the art we see at the museum and the art we create. Participants will be invited to explore Blue and White Ceramics and the newly reinstalled Bow and Trees Galleries, then create art inspired by patterns they see.

The workshop will begin in the Contemporary gallery and is free of charge. Please bring drawing supplies if you prefer; paper and pencil will be provided at the event. No wet media (paints, pastels, etc) will be permitted in the gallery.