Do you ever wonder what artists do in their studios? How do they make their artwork? Why did they do this instead of that? What is their inspiration? If you answered yes to any of these questions, come to the library this Friday for our Artist in Action Series!
From 6 – 7:30 PM on Friday, October 27, join us and artist Claudia Mirzaali for an evening of art, snacks and conversation. Claudia will be discussing her artwork in terms of influence, process, style and more. Additionally, Claudia will be giving us a behind the scenes look on how she creates her artwork with a live artist demo! Are you unfamiliar with her artwork? Don’t worry. She’ll have finished pieces on exhibit for the duration of the demo!
About the Artist
Claudia Mirzaali is a fabric and fiber artist from Patchogue, NY. She received a B.S. Ed and M.S. Ed. in Art Education from Buffalo State College in 1980 and 1982 respectively. Her artwork captures the visual elements of color, contrast, and texture through fibers, fabric and other materials. She is fascinated by the scenic nature of Long Island and New York State and incorporates materials from her surroundings into her artwork.
Claudia’s artwork has been exhibited locally at the Patchogue Arts Gallery, Islip Art Museum, Artspace Patchogue, and the Board Room Gallery in St. Joseph’s College.
About Artists in Action Series
The Artists in Action Series is a monthly event that meetings in the Learning Center of the library. Artists showcase their artistic skills and style in a live demo and artist talk. The public engages these artists in an open discussion ranging from artistic influences, process, subject matter and more. Artists also display a few of their finished pieces for the duration of their artist talk and demo.