JoAnne Laudolff Presents Oil and Cold Wax Techniques on Thursday, February 4, 2016

Oil and Cold Wax, copyright JoAnne Laudolff

Oil and Cold Wax work, copyright JoAnne Laudolff.   Used with permission.

JoAnne Laudolff has been creating artwork inspired by nature throughout her adult life, and after graduating from Columbia College in Chicago, IL, began to specialize in and teach Papermaking and Botanical Printing.  JoAnne’s most recent passion is for mixed media, specifically, the Oil and Cold Wax technique, and members of the Nature Artists’ Guild, as well as their guests and visitors, will have the chance to learn more about JoAnne’s work with this technique on Thursday, February 4, 2016 from 7 until 9 pm at the Thornhill Education Center of The Morton Arboretum.

” I like the peaceful landscape qualities that the medium conveys. I always incorporate nature into my art work. It is a way to take a little of that simplicity with me.”

Learn more about JoAnne Laudolff and her work at www.joannespaperbarn.com.  While there, please be sure to click through all four of the galleries to view her beautiful work in various media!

As always, visitors and guests are welcome to attend this presentation sponsored by the Nature Artists’ Guild.  There is no charge for attendance or parking, and visitors can just let the gate attendant at The Morton Arboretum know they are there for the program.

JoAnne Laudloff with one of her Oil and Cold Wax works

JoAnne Laudolff with one of her Oil and Cold Wax works inspired by nature.

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