Mandala Madness: Art-Making Happy Hour
Friday, April 14, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Bronx Museum of Art
Explore the universal, art languages of geometry and color with Bronx artist Roy Secord. Through an exploration of geometric, art expressions found in many, diverse cultures (the Eastern Mandala, Gothic Rose Windows, Native American art, African textile design and traditional Islamic art), along with simplified, color techniques, participants will create dynamic and colorful, one-of-a-kind works of art in collage technique. This class is open to beginner to advanced artists.
Roy Secord is a 21-Century Modernist, who creastes large-scale paintings and sculptures for the public art sector that are ultra-modern, hard-edged, and distilled to abstraction. “I draw from a continuum:”, says Secord, “a thread of universal communication and statement winding through ancestral cultures to future, technological societies. Geometry, color, and line are my language. My art (paintings and sculptures) are abstract narratives on beauty and dynamic orders that shift, change, and mutate.”
Free admission and happy hour drink pricing.