Saturday, October 13, 2018 - 11:00am
Event-Endtime: 
12:00pm
Sponsor Organization Name: 
East Los Angeles Library, LA County Library
Cost: 
Free

In this special drawing workshop, renowned artist léo Limón will discuss Elements of Design, Perspective, and Light Source.  He will emphasize “Observation, Memory, Imagination - Think then Draw.”  Please sign-up at the Library's Information Desk or call 323.264.0155.

Artist Leo Limon was born in East Los Angeles. While in high school, Limon was influenced by and was involved in the significant Chicano Movement, Los Four. During his time with Self-Help Graphics, Limon helped to develop the annual Día de Los Muertos celebration and the Atelier Printmaking Program. As the “L.A. River Catz” artist, he has been recognized for his efforts to revive the Los Angeles River as a historic region and cultural arts destination.  An advocate and role model for youth, his successful, innovative cultural arts-based strategies and methods address a range of social issues.

“I draw what I see and change it with imagination by acting as a prism that reflects beautiful rainbow colors.”  -  léo Limón

East Los Angeles Library
4837 E. 3rd Street
Los Angeles
California
90022
Event Contact Person: 
Martin E. Delgado
Event Email: 
MDelgado@library.lacounty.gov
Event Phone: 
323.264.0155