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Try Your Hand at Painting!

September 26, 2017
Laurie McKelvie by 6:00pm, Return by 9:00pm


Have you always wanted to paint, but never had the opportunity? Now you can try out working in oil paint, watercolor and pastels without having to spend lots of money on supplies. Each week Laurie will lead you through a short introduction to the medium of the day, and then guide you through a project. The fourth class will be open to finishing projects from the previous weeks, or choosing to work on a new painting. This is a class for beginners: get ready to have fun! Materials fee $20.

Painting the Seasons in Watercolor

September 27, 2017
Kent Roberts by 1:00pm, Return by 4:00pm



Using the exciting medium of watercolor, students will learn to paint glistening snow, spring flowers, bright summer days, and the glory of autumn colors. Students will master watercolor through instructor demonstrations, hands-on practice, and insightful critiques. Call for materials list.


Oil Painting with Ski Holm

September 28, 2017
Ski Holm by 1:00pm, Return by 4:00pm


Whether you're a beginner looking to develop good habits or more experienced and looking to break some bad ones, this class can help. While demystifying the oil painting process, you'll work from direct observation to develop greater hand-to-eye coordination. Basically, “see it, paint it”. You will also learn step-by-step methods of color mixing, making form by blending, and many of the do's and don't's of composition.  “Remember, oil painting is a simple process but not necessarily an easy one. Nothing worthwhile ever is.”  Check out Ski’s blog at http://skiholm.blogspot.com