CELEBRATING THE LIFE AND CREATIVE GENIUS OF LEONARDO DA VINCI:
Does it seem possible that Leonardo da Vinci died 500 hundred years ago? Lovers of art and creative geniuses from all over the world are gathering at galleries and museums remembering this genius, considered by many art historians to be the most brilliant and talented artist of the ages.
Let’s gather together to learn and review more about this icon of a man. It will be so rewarding to share and explore his fabulous life.
What do you think of when you think of Leonardo? Is it the painting of the Last Supper or the Mona Lisa? Do you know he started thousands of paintings but only finished a handful in his long career? Why do you suppose that was? We’ll find out together.
His approach to life, his inquisitive mind helped him to understand animals and humans and how they worked. His studies enabled him to lay out so many scientific theories. He dissected animals to understand structure for his drawings and paintings. His imagination led him to envision all types of war machines, the working of the human body, plus space and all its mysteries.
By coming together and researching, as a class, we will have the opportunity to explore and learn about Leonardo daVinci's numerous accomplishments.
FEE: Member $ 79.00 / $89.00 Non-Members
Wednesday April 1, 1:00 – 3:00 PM
Barrington Senior Center
Arthur Richter,Pam Romano & Patricia Moriarty
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