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Color with the Illustrator–Neighborhood Architecture: Irvine Park, St. Paul with Jeanne Kosfeld
January 29 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm$24
On a cold, January afternoon, why not take a Wet Paint class with illustrator Jeanne Kosfeld. Experiment with various media while coloring in Ramsey County Historical Society’s Neighborhood Architecture: Irvine Park, Saint Paul coloring book. Have fun with techniques that add pizazz to your page while learning about the architecture and history of the mid-nineteenth century homes in one of Saint Paul’s oldest neighborhoods!
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Fee includes Neighborhood Architecture: Irvine Park St. Paul coloring book. Bring your favorite art-making media such as colored pencils, watercolor sets, and markers sets, or play with various options available in the classroom.
JEANNE KOSFELD BIO:
Artist Jeanne Kosfeld paints primarily with water-based media, but her large body of work also includes print design, board game design, and public sculpture. She began her career as a newspaper illustrator and cartoonist. Along her creative path, she led the design department at the University of Alaska, where she was also an adjunct faculty member. In Minnesota, for eighteen years, she was the creative director at Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.
Kosfeld has won several awards, and her work resides in many public and private collections. She has been honored with artist-in-residences around globe.
Currently, she is illustrating architectural/historical coloring books for Ramsey County Historical Society along with architectural historian Richard Kronick.