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Mixed-Media Techniques for Environmental Art with MeiYing Dell'Aquila



$155 Members, $175 Non-Members

Wednesday Afternoons from 3:30pm to 5:00pm, January 10th through February 14th

6 Weeks

Linn Studio

About the Course

About the Course

All levels are welcome. Materials included.

Open to students ages 6-15 years old.

3:30 P.M- 5:00 P.M.

*Location: Linn Studio*


In this Afterschool Camp, students will explore mixed-media art techniques and concepts inspired by the natural environment. Three-dimensional art projects include nature-based sculptures made with found objects, collage, book art, and printmaking.

In this 6-week session camp, students will:

  • Explore the history of Environmental Art and the artists associated with the movement.

  • Practice using wet and dry drawing media including acrylic paints, watercolors, color pencils, and markers.

  • Embark on gallery field trips and gain inspiration for their projects.

  • Incorporate learned techniques to create a sculpture using recycled and natural materials.

  • Reinforce the principles and elements of art and design.


Your Instructor

MeiYing Dell'Aquila

MeiYing Dell'Aquila

MeiYing Del’Aquila is a Taiwanese American award-winning artist residing in California. Primarily working in oils, her work has been exhibited in solo and juried shows in museums and galleries throughout the US, including the de Young Museum in San Francisco, CA. MeiYing holds a Master of Arts degree from San Francisco State University and is the former owner and teacher at My Art School, an afterschool art program she ran for 25 years in Cupertino. As an educator, she encourages students to become the best they can be through promoting “self-empowerment to take charge and change the world for the better”. This legacy can be seen in her own paintings, which depict strong, confident figures and dynamism.

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