February 17, 2019 from 1 to 2:30 pm
in The Center’s Assembly Room
28 S Linn St, Iowa City, Iowa
John McGlinn, “Abstract art is invented, and so when my work looks representational, it is really about invented objects in invented arrangements. As such it is always personal, even when it appears to be non-objective. I will bring my latest paintings since moving to Iowa City, as well as a few purchased works that have influenced me over the years. Come to discuss: why abstract art and what does it mean?”
Enter The Center through the Washington St. entrance and the take elevator or stair to the 2nd floor or from the third floor of the Iowa Ave. parking ramp through the skywalk to The Center’s second floor. Then, proceed to room 202.
Please limit media to graphite, charcoal or pastels. Do not use oils or acrylics that can leave a permanent stain.
Registration has begun for Fall classes at the Iowa City/Johnson County Senior Center, including Jo Myers-Walker’s Monday Watercolor Workshop! You can sign up at The Center’s Online Registration site, or see the Fall Program Guide for more information. (Membership in the Senior Center is not required for this class. Note that the last workshop will be on Monday, December 5, not Dec. 7.)
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