Classical music has inspired some of the world’s most famous masterpieces. Now, you yourself can be inspired in this workshop led by CFCArts Teaching Artist JJ Gonzalez Acosta. Acosta will guide you using your acrylics while listening to classical music, letting the symphony of sounds influence your own masterpiece. Engage with the music and embrace the release of enjoying two art forms simultaneously while learning new techniques.
This program is presented by JJ Gonzalez Acosta and hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation in collaboration with CFCArts.
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About the Program Presenter
JJ Gonzalez Acosta is a Central Florida Community Arts teaching artist. Originally from Valencia, Venezuela, Acosta started his artistic journey in 1990, when he was just 5 years old. He learned beautiful techniques from his mother and aunt, both of whom are artists. Acosta went on to pursue a career in the Arts, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Bachelor of Arts in Arts Education, and a master’s degree in Business Management in Valencia, Venezuela. He decided to pursue the American Dream, arriving in the city of Orlando in 2017. He has since worked as an artist teaching different art techniques and origami to adults and children of all ages in order to promote their talents and help them discover their artist within. You can view more of his work by visiting https://www.jjartanddesign.com/