Capture the Hudson!
Artists Show You How at the Hudson River Museum
YONKERS, NY. May 28, 2006 — In Art On the River’s Edge, Sunday, July 16, children, teens and adults create collages, paintings and drawings of the beautiful Hudson River.
The two FREE workshops were organized by the Hudson River Museum and take place at JFK Memorial Park and Marina at John F. Kennedy Blvd, Yonkers (1 block below the museum) at 511 Warburton Ave, Yonkers).
Art On the River’s Edge Sunday, July 16
River Collage • 1 – 2:30 pm • Drop-in FREE workshop
Artist Mia de Bethune and children, 4 to 12 years, create collages about the Hudson River. Materials provided. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Hudson River Brush-Up: Painting and Drawing • 2-4 pm. • Drop-in FREE workshop
Artists Anne-Marie McIntyre,a Hastings resident, and Alison Moritsugu give pointers to teens and adults on painting and drawing natural objects in the riverside landscape Through observation and revision, each student will discover strategies for depicting form in space. Bring paint, canvas and easel; some drawing materials provided.
Mia de Bethune, a Hastings resident, graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1983 with a degree in film and took a master’s in art therapy from NYU. Anne-Marie McIntyre has a BFA in Fine Arts from The Cooper Union in New York City , and a Masters’ in ceramics from the Tyler School of Art. She has taught at Greenwich House Pottery and SUNY Purchase. Alison Moritsugu, who studied at the School of Visual Arts and Washington University, School of Fine Arts, is a landscape painter whose works have been exhibited throughout the United States.
The Hudson River Museum is located at 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers NY. minutes from the Saw Mill River Parkway, exit 9, north or southbound.
Information and directions: 914.963.4550 and www.hrm.org.
Museum admission: Adults $5; Seniors 62 & older and children 5-16 $3. Fridays 5 to 8 pm to galleries and the planetarium free