Coffee & Coloring
Begins June 18
Weekly, Friday mornings at 9:30 AM
Old Art Building - front lawn
No registration necessary
Just show up!
On Friday mornings, we will gather under the tent on the front lawn for coffee, coloring and conversation.
Join us on any or all Friday mornings throughout the summer, and stay to color and chat as long as you'd like! Enjoy a complimentary cup of coffee, provided by Leelanau Roasters. Create your own doodles, or try your hand at coloring one of Richard's intricate coloring sheets.
- Open to all ages.
- We will gather under our tent on the front lawn.
- All art materials will be provided, including coloring sheets.
About Richard Stocker
A native of Detroit, Michigan, Richard Stocker was a Cass Corridor artist and photographer for Fifth Estate Magazine in the 1960’s. He studied art at the Vancouver School of Art,York University, and The Art Institute of Chicago.Richard’s work has appeared on the cover of Tiferet Journal, at Art Prize 2015, in the art collection of Detroit Receiving Hospital, and in the homes of private collectors. In the spring of 2016, he was a featured artist at The Detroit Institute of Arts and The University of Michigan Museum of Art for his innovative work creating community through coloring.
Richard lives on the Leelanau Peninsula with his wife and can be found daily either in his art studio or exploring this beautiful area with his camera. To inquire about his work, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org