Children's drawing workshops at Rockland Public Library
ROCKLAND — Children will draw winter animals and scenes this January, at Rockland Public Library's ongoing drawing workshops led by artist Catinka Knoth.
Participants draw and create along with Knoth as she demonstrates how to convey a variety of subjects.
Winter subjects may include arctic animals such as snowflakes, polar bears, snowy owls, hares, and foxes; houses in a snowy landscape, and winter sports.
Each week is a different focus. January’s theme is “Let's Draw Winter Animals and Scenes!"
1/01 No class - library closed for New Year
1/08 Polar Bears
1/22 Winter Themes, Scenes, and Sports
1/29 Arctic Animals
Wendy and Keith Wellin sponsor the workshops, which are free and open to the public, with all materials provided, and geared for age 6 and up.
Knoth expects participants to be able to work independently for the most part. Library policy is that children age 10 and under be accompanied by an adult.
Classes meet every Tuesday, 4-5 pm, in the
Community Room, Rockland Public Library, 80 Union St. The Friends of Rockland Library host.
FMI - Jean Young, children's librarian, 594-0310.
Attachments - Demonstration art and whiteboard drawings by Catinka Knoth