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Ironwood Carnegie Library holds art clinic for young artists

 

June 27, 2018

Larry Holcombe/Daily Globe

Barbara Roman, left, helps a group of children taking part in a youth arts program at the Carnegie Library in Ironwood Tuesday afternoon. Painters include, clockwise from right, Zack Panek, Lily Nelson, Kyra Cramer, Rachel Holzhauer and Jacinta Lauzon.

By LARRY HOLCOMBE

lholcombe@yourdailyglobe.com

IRONWOOD - Barbara Roman offered a group of 10 aspiring young artists a look into pointillism at the Carnegie Library in Ironwood Tuesday afternoon.

She showed the youngsters examples of the painting technique developed by Frenchman Georges Seurat in the late 19th century. Growing from impressionism, the technique uses little dots of color that when viewed from further away reveal a picture of something grander than a bunch of little dots.

The children were provided an array of bright colored paints on a pallet and small stick to use to make l...



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