The Artisan Depot has announced four art classes scheduled for January 2019.
On January 5, painter Bradley Wilson will lead a workshop, “Acrylic Painting for Everyone.” While the workshop is appropriate for beginners, experienced painters will find inspiration and enjoyment in the class.
Durinda Cheek, noted watercolorist, will lead a day-long “Watercolor Bootcamp” to teach basic watercolor techniques. The workshop will be lively and filled with information, and participants will do their own paintings in the last part of the class.
In preparation for Valentines Day, Nashville collage artist Pam Larson will be leading class geared for fun and creative exploration in “My Crazy Valentine.” Participants will discover a looser, more whimsical style of working. This workshop includes a bonus envelope-making portion.
January 22 is the next in a series of “Paint & Sip” events with Carolyn Evey of Mountain Painting Parties. Easels, acrylic paints, and 11 x 14 canvases are included with the registration fee. Participants may bring their favorite wine or beer; water and iced tea will be available. The gallery will also provide light snacks.
Pre-registration is required for all workshops at the Artisan Depot. Online registration is available at www.franklincoarts.org/workshop-details and people age 14 and up may participate (except for Paint & Sip events, for which participants must be age 21 or older.)
The Artisan Depot is the gallery and gift shop of the Franklin County Arts Guild and is located at 204 Cumberland Street E in Cowan, Tennessee. Questions? Call workshop coordinator Kim Phillips at 615-829-0772.
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