Meditation on Sonia Delaunay's Colors in Motion with Anjelika Deogirikar Grossman
Friday, March 29, 5:00 - 6:30pm PST
Last year, I discovered the Ukrainian-born artist Sonia Delaunay and was instantly inspired by her use of color in her paintings and her bold geometric textile designs. Learning more about the artist and her practice, I was inspired to explore Sonia’s use of color and geometric shapes in my own work. Along with her husband, their work became known as “Simultanism,” which describes how bold, contrasting colors in a composition can enhance each other. Recently I got to see one of Sonia Delaunay’s works up close at the Phillips Collection in DC and I was struck by her combination of contrasting colors that created a sense of the movement you could feel in the painting.
Join zoom 15 minutes early (4:45pm) for an informal meet and greet with the instructor and other class participants! Session instructions will begin promptly at 5:05pm PST so that everyone has plenty of time to join!
Your favorite watercolor paints — around 3-5 colors, some of Anjelika’s CfM favourites include Indigo, Cerulean, French Vermillion, Turquoise, and CfM Poppy
* 2-3 sheets of watercolor paper (cold press preferred) between 5”x7” to 8”x10”
* 1 scrap piece of watercolor paper for swatching
Brushes (small round or flat)
Pencil or pen
1 piece of scrap copy paper
optional: straight edge, colored pencils
Anjelika found her love for CfM when she was on the hunt for the perfect watercolors to match the landscape of Death Valley and Mojave Desert back in 2019. She loves typography, design and color theory and draws inspiration from textiles, political posters, and patterns found in nature. She is an artist-in-residence at the Georgetown Lombardi Arts & Humanities Program at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.. She is a scientist, researcher, and educator; by day, Anjelika is the Associate Director of the Massive Data Institute at Georgetown University.
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*** Each class is currently capped at 40 people, but we will be offering 5 free spots per class to people with financial need. Financial aid spots are first come, first serve.
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