Virtual Studio Arts with Dominique Hughes on Tuesdays from 1-2:30 pm
Tuesday, September 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, repeating until Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Dominique Hughes of Zola Monroe Art Group, LLC, will be offering an ongoing studio art class online on Tuesday afternoons from 1:00-2:30 pm beginning September 28.
Dominique will cover aa variety of skills and introduce new exercises and experiences so that it will be useful for her new or ongoing students. Dominique will let you know the supplies needed.
September-October: Color Theory
January-Feburary: Watercolor ZMAG’s water color supply list
March-April: Pastels and Chalk
May-June: Acrylic Painting
Dominique Hughes is a Mixed Media Art Educator who has been devoted to the arts and painting since she was six years old. She began her artistic training at an early age under the close tutelage of her mother, and avid painter, seamstress, and dance instructor. “Choreography was my first form of artistic expression and it is a joy to merge my movement of thought with the movement of my paintbrush, paper and found objects to build texture to create something completely new.”
With this background, Dominique‘s work is inspired by the relationship between art, fabric, and dance. Dominique’s artwork is bursting with different creations from paintings to pieces by means of spoken word. She also involves the combination of different art genre to create something not only fresh, but unconventional. She currently teaches Mixed Media Art courses at a Number of schools and centers in and around the DMV. In her life away from teaching, Dominique is a practicing Mixed Media Artist and the Owner of Zola Monroe Art Group, LLC. ZMAG,LLC Provides a service to the community where their intuitive group approach is grounded in the direct experience of engaging many types of people in the art-making process. Dominique has developed art programs for incarcerated youth, adults with acquired brain injuries, people with developmental disabilities, seniors with Alzheimer’s and dementia, as well as children and the general public.