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CANCELLED - NEW! Family Tote Printing Workshop with Edward Lum, 2017 TPF Ar...

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Theodore Payne Foundation

10459 Tuxford St

Sun Valley, CA 91352

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Make your own colorful totebag, guided by Edward Lum, accomplished illustrator and painter, and our 2017 Theodore Payne Foundation Artist-in-Residence. This family event for adults and children includes observation of native plants and a workshop to create your own image for printing on a tote.Tote bags make great holiday gifts!

Limit:12 adults or adult/child pairs. Early registration is recommended.

Edward Lum's artwork -- on view in the Theodore Payne Gallery through December 30, 2017 -- is inspired by the early 20th Century travel posters and the Works Progress Administration (WPA) art of the 1930s and 1940s. As an avid hiker, Edward has an interest in the intersection and interactions of people and wildlife. He works to create artwork that encourages people to explore the outdoors and to be a good neighbor to nature. Edward is a fourth generation Chinese American and works out of his studio at the historic Monterey Trailer Park in East Los Angeles. More information and more of the artist’s work at misterlum.com.

Conservation poster tote art by Edward Lum -- one in a series of posters created during Ed's residency at TPF and part of the current exhbition.

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Theodore Payne Foundation

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Sun Valley, CA 91352

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