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  • ASL-Interpreted Visiting Artist Workshop: Recycled Art

    Sunday, March 10 2013, 11am

    Posted Monday March 04 2013 at 06:42 am.
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    Boston Children's Museum

    Boston Children's Museum is offering an ASL-Interpreted Visiting Artist Workshop: Recycled Art with artist Sabrina Dennison Sunday, March 10 2013, from 11am to 1pm.

    Have fun working with tissue paper, scissors, and plastic vessels.  Play and improvise with the materials creating abstract designs and patterns or messages directly on the vessel.

    Visitors will leave with a completed work of art.  Perfect for gifts!

    The artist, Sabrina Louise Dennison, is a proud Cape Cod native, full of a passion for life, which is reflective in her artwork.  Sabrina, being deaf, has been surrounded by silence throughout her life and has developed an intense style of expression of feeling and emotion into her work.  Bright colors, contrasts, and multi-dimensions show her fearlessness and willingness to explore, and "think outside of box".  Each piece represents spontaneous creativity, positive energy, and a zest for stimulating the senses.

    The workshop is free with Museum admission.

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