Expression classes are designed for those interested in being part of a Christ-centric community of ladies who enjoy life, the arts, a good laugh, and creative play. Classes provide an opportunity to tap into your creative self, freely pushing the limits of your curiosity and imagination in a breathable environment. Both artists and non-artists are very welcome!
Mondays 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. | September 13 – October 4 | Hayes Hall
EXPRESSIONS: SOULprint with Abby Salazar
This class is designed to artfully unpack what it is to be YOU! We will explore a variety of visual exercises that will reflect our own personalities in relationship with our God. Watercolors will serve as our primary medium, however, a variety of tools and resources will be made available, as well as 'how-to's' regarding their use. All skill levels are welcome and encouraged to join this growing community of like-minded creatives.
Mondays 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. | October 18 - November 18, 2021 | Hayes Hall
EXPRESSIONS: Jesus, a Visual Celebration with Abby Salazar
Join in this journey to that magical event of Jesus's birth. In these four sessions we will wrap our imaginations creatively around the story and gift of the One we call Messiah. Along with watercolor exercises will be mixed media projects that serve to illustrate the journey of this Christ-centric season. All skill levels are welcome and encouraged to join this sacred and creative celebration.
All artistic skill levels are welcome - this is a very nice 'refresher' for those who would like to revisit fundamentals in watercolor.
Fee: $100 (all supplies included)
With a passion for theology, the visual arts and this incredible planet, Abby Salazar achieved her B.S. in Earth Science while also studying fine arts at Lamar University. She was the scientific illustrator for Dr. James Westgate, Lamar University professor and author of After the Dinosaurs. After relocating to Baton Rouge, Abby exhibited artwork in a variety of galleries, restaurants, and offices as well as teach for the Baton Rouge Arts Council and Louisiana Cultural Arts Center. Over the years, Artist in Residency opportunities as well as teaching positions with the Beaumont Art League, the Woodlands Art League, and local private schools have honed Abby's abilities as artist and teacher.
Called to ministry, Abby is currently achieving her Master's in Ministry at Asbury Theological Seminary while offering spiritual formation opportunities via the visual arts to bridge the gap between humanity and the Divine.
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