Paint & Meditate: A Watercolor Workshop with Jen Tucker

Thu May 30, Doors at 6:30, Workshop 7pm to 9pm

  • 21+
General Admission, All Supplies Included
$34.49 with fees
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Can you experiment with creativity from a new mental space? 

Join us at Ada's at the Lab with artist and yoga teacher Jen Tucker to explore art through mediation. We'll test the basics of watercolor combined with guided visualization to create galaxy inspired paintings. You'll move back and forth from meditation to exploratory painting prompt to experiment with the different effects that can be achieved through water and paint.

What to expect:
- Seated meditation, no experience required

- Instruction and practice of foundational watercolor techniques, great for both beginners and seasoned artists

- Enjoying the process without working towards a finished piece
- A sense of calm and ease around creativity 

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21+ with ID

The Lab at Ada's

The Lab at Ada's

425 15th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112

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