The simple shape of a dress is a perfect tool to express yourself. Do you wish to convey light, dark, happy, sad, fun, intense? Let’s address this by creating our own one-of-a-kind gowns – put your thoughts on a dress, stand back, and look at it. Acknowledge, admire and learn from it. The simple shape of a dress is a perfect way to explore colors and patterns while expressing feelings and seasons of life.
About your instructor – Joyanna Margo Bernardo
Joyanna Margo is an artist from Rockport, Maine. She began painting abstract florals in 2015 while living in Florida. As a Mainer stuck indoors all summer with air conditioning and drawn blinds, she was compelled to brighten up her home with an abundance of color and found freedom in paint and canvas.
Joyanna Margo enjoys creating intuitive abstract floral paintings using acrylic and mixed media. Her paintings begin as a burst of color, words of a song, or pages from a book. From layers of abstraction, she discerns flowers and reveals them by painting in the negative space around them. She hopes these fanciful paintings will bring you joy.
Joyanna Margo holds a BA in Missions with a minor in Creative Writing and a Master Herbalist certificate. She took a few art classes in high school and college but is primarily self-taught. She is a Resident Artist at The Art Loft in Rockland. She has shown her work locally at:
Barn Door Baking Co.
State of Maine Cheese Co.