In-Person Workshop / Saturday / February 10

Lover’s Eye Painting Valentines Workshop

This Valentine’s season we are thrilled to offer this unique workshop led by local painter, Marisa Stratton. Lovers’ Eyes, popular in the 1700s, were miniature paintings depicting the eye of a spouse, loved one or child. In this workshop, we will learn a little about the history of this phenomenon and create our own small and sentimental painting to be framed at the end of the session.

Tuition

$75.00

Day

Saturday | February 10, 2024 | 1:00-4:00 pm

Instructor

Marisa Stratton

Additional Information
  • Supplies are included in the cost of this workshop.
  • This is an in-person workshop that will be held onsite at MoCA Arlington.
  • Health & Safety: The health & safety of our students is very important to us. We ask that if you are experiencing cold and flu-like symptoms (cough, fever, sore throat, and congestion) that you kindly wear a mask. MoCA Arlington can provide you with a medical mask if needed. If you are feeling unwell with worsening symptoms, we ask that you stay home.
  • Registration for this workshop can be completed on Eventbrite.
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