Japanese Haiku and Woodcuts–
Describing Nature Through Poetry And Art
September 7, 2019 10am-2pm
Jaycee Park Center for the Arts, 1975 Puritan Dr., Irving TX 75061
Sponsored by the Irving Art Association
About the instructor:Junanne Peck is an interdisciplinary artist, with printmaking as her primary art form. Peck is a Demo Artist for Akua Ink. She is a seasoned educator and Teaching Artist in the DFW area. Peck is a member of Women Printmakers of Austin and North Texas Printmakers Guild. Junanne is a TXO Artist (Texas Original Artist) selected by the Texas Commission on the Arts. Her works are featured in solo and invitational exhibits.
To register email or call: 214-336-8526 Junannepeck@mac.com
Limited to 8 participants
Deadline to register & RSVP: August 15, 2019
Fee: $65.00+ $10. supply Fee-Exact Cash or Check to be paid at the workshop.
Participant Supply List:
Roll of Paper Towels
Baby Wipes (unscented)
Haiku (hahy–koo) are short poems that use sensory language to capture a feeling
Peck will guide you through the process of drawing, carving and printing your image onto an MDF board.
We will be printing with Akua Non-Toxic inks.