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I am doing 2 one-night art talks at the Midland Park Continuing Ed. School – you can sign up now at register.communitypass.net/midlandpark!!!
Art Fusion: The History of Food in Art, Monday March 16 7-8:30 $30
Foodies and Art lovers alike will delight in this informative and fun art talk on the portrayal of food in paintings throughout time! From Ancient Rome to present day our enjoyment of delicious dishes has been celebrated through art. This one night only class will cover images from several eras peppered with some amusing and interesting food and art facts. There will be engaging discussions and a recipe handout to go with each artwork shown. Please join us for this one-time event and we promise it will leave you with your mouth watering for more!
Appreciating and Learning to Speak About Art, Monday March 23 7-8:30 $30
Did you ever want to attend gallery openings and converse about the artwork with as much confidence as the artists? Then join artist and art lecturer, Tracy DiTolla, for an evening of learning to speak about art with some art history thrown in for good measure. This class will cover the basics of analyzing paintings and will go over several different styles of art. By the end of the night you will be analyzing Picasso’s like a pro!
I will have some coming up in Emerson in April too!!!
***All works are for sale and available for exhibitions – commissions taken.***
About the Artist
Tracy DiTolla works in various media but is currently focusing on watercolor painting and collage. There are several recurring themes that present themselves in her work such as alcoholism, mental illness, religion and meditation. She often uses a humorous slant when dealing with serious issues. Tracy has her BA in Art History with a minor in Studio Art from William Paterson University and her MA in Art History from Montclair University. Tracy DiTolla is currently an art lecturer at Warren County Community College.
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you can watch her thoughts and progressions of artwork on her blog at:
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