1:00pm – 2:00 pm
For the first time ever teens are taking over the museum! In this first iteration youth ages 12-19 can visit the museum for a creative acrylic pouring workshop. We’ll get to play with liquid glass in order to make three absolutely unique magnets. Liquid Glass has a mind of its own. It’s a beautiful pouring medium that does what it wants to do with a little help from you, which can be quite freeing as there is no skill needed to begin this journey. Liquid Glass is the name of this acrylic Pouring Medium, made by TriArt here in Kingston. It’s not actually glass, but it does dry so clear and shiny it looks like glass!
– For ages 12 – 19
– Pre-registration is required. Registration closes on February 2nd at 11:59pm. Visit our website to register online, or call the Museum
About the Artist
Rhonda Evans is an artist, a designer, a teacher, and entrepreneur.
She is influenced by her home province of Newfoundland, it’s warm rugged spirit, as well as her family farm in Kingston, ON. Environment plays a large role in her subject matter which is evident in her floral imagery, babbling brook and rocky shores of home. Some say, “focus on one thing, stick to it, develop your style”. The ability to work in various mediums, paint, ink, wool, glass or wool make Rhonda thrive. Chaos you may say – Maybe! But this is ‘making’ – and anything is possible!