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March Art in the Afternoon

March Art in the Afternoon

Janet Duffey

Janet Duffey is a self-taught artist and photographer. She is an Iowa City native and has always been creating. Her inspiration is everywhere: nature, weather, clouds, buildings, flowers and animals. She has won several blue ribbons for watercolors through Iowa Artist Region 8.

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January Art In The Afternoon

January Art In The Afternoon

Marilyn Moore

As a long time basket maker Marilyn Moore has become focused on the possibilities of working with wire and wire cloth to make her art. She will be demonstrating some of her techniques, and will be showing you examples of her work with wire. Marilyn will allow participants to play with some of the techniques and materials that she utilizes in making her art whether, it be baskets or jewelry. Visit her website at www.marilynmooreswired.net.

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November Art In The Afternoon

November Art In The Afternoon

Aaron Stephens

Aaron Stephens will showcase his abstract drawing techniques. Often drawings are held in a lower status than abstract painting. By definition, “Abstract art seeks to break away from traditional representation of physical objects. It explores the relationships of forms and colors, whereas more traditional art represents the world in recognizable images.”

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September Art In the Afternoon

September Art In the Afternoon

Latif Behroz

Latif Behroz is a peace volunteer who has done “art and graffiti for peace”; a series of paintings on walls in Kabul, Afghanistan. Along with his activist friends, Latif has also set “The Kindness Wall of Kabul”: a painted wall where people can leave clothes and other items for those in need. (The wall is featured in The New York Times, March 24, 2016). Latif is currently a student at Scattergood Friends School in West Branch and wants to continue the Kindness Wall project here in Iowa City.

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