Artist Annie Hejny creates abstract paintings with honorably-harvested water and sediment from her home state of Minnesota.
Hejny’s paintings are currently hung at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum in Winona. Her reflective, hands-on workshop includes instruction in Annie’s unique process, with each student creating an individual 12″ x 12″ painting.
The workshop at UWL is open to students currently enrolled in painting, with space available for others on a first-come, first-served basis. All are welcome to visit and observe.
The workshop is made possible from funding through the UWL Department of Art and College of Liberal Studies.
Get more on Hejny: http://www.annie-hejny.com/
The “Painting Workshop with Annie Hejny” runs from 9:30 a.m.-noon Friday, Oct. 12, in 119 Center for the Arts.
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Reporters may contact UWL Art Professor Jennifer Williams at email@example.com or 607.785.8233.
UW-La Crosse Center for the Arts
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