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Get inspired by Maya Hayuk's mazes

Get inspired by Maya Hayuk's mazes

June 2, 2016 // by Kiersten Barnes

Maya Hayak's symmetrical, intricate patterns of lush colors simultaneously jump off the canvas and provide meditative space.

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Maya Hayuk's Multiverse (2014) hangs in MOCA Jacksonville's gallery for Confronting the Canvas. Image courtesy of Denise M. Reagan.

At Art Fusion in Hemming Park on June 5, visitors use her work in Confronting the Canvas: Women of Abstraction to inspire their own creations. Guests can experiment with a buffet of art supplies (colored and patterned paper, masking tape, washi tape, paints, and different drawing materials) to layer, arrange, and design a pattern on a matte board.

Hayuk's works can be seen all over the world in her large-scale murals, such as the wall in Miami's vibrant Wynwood Art District and the Bowery Wall in New York City.

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Children who take part in Art Fusion in Hemming Park receive free admission to MOCA. It's also Museums on Us weekend with free admission for Bank of America and Merrill Lynch cardholders.

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Inspired by Maya Hayuk's work, experiment with a buffet of art supplies (colored and patterned paper, masking tape, washi tape, paints, and different drawing materials) to layer, arrange, and design a pattern on a matte board. Image courtesy of Kiersten Lampe.

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