Where do ideas come from? How do you tap into your creativity and what do you do when it is absent? The Bass Harbor Memorial Library welcomes Erika Rosso on Monday, March 22 at 3pm for “On Watercolors and Finding Inspiration,” a conversation about finding extra-ordinary inspiration on ordinary days and to learn how to begin laying down your ideas in watercolor. No experience in painting needed. Participants in this Zoom class should expect to utilize their own watercolor paper, brush(es), and paint(s). To reserve your spot and receive the Zoom link, please register at: https://forms.gle/wQZVk7yB3XZ1iise6 by 4pm on Thursday March 18.
This program is part of the Bass Harbor Memorial Library’s celebration of Women’s History Month. During the month of March the library will host an art show of works created in the spirit of this year’s theme “Life Upended: Unexpected Inspiration.”
Erika Rosso has been creating art since she was a young child and found her true calling at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine. She continued to work with watercolor artist and teacher, Joanne Carpenter, as well as attending workshops at the Sedona School of Art. Rosso’s paintings are informed by nature, the human figure and her imagination. Her work often combines these three elements to convey a message or dream like vision. Rosso currently resides in Southwest Harbor, Maine with her family where she teaches art and yoga.
For more information, please call the library at 207-244-3798 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.