Tuesday, February 23, 2016


Our first art class at the newly restored Gardenville Schoolhouse: Gyotaku (fish rubbing). What fun!

Working as a team:

Linda Cuppett wants to frame hers for her guest room. She kept saying, "I can't believe I'm playing with a dead fish!" But she said it wasn't icky at all. 

Kathy Wallin went with the sheepshead's natural colors. She did two for a set of pillows. She said she was there to have fun. And did she ever!

Pam Knowles did two for pillows also. 
She made teal dominant in one and used it as an accent in another. Do you think she was pleased? You betcha. 

Our fourth participant had a family emergency, but I'm sure she will be at a future class. Missed you, Vesta! 

Next Tuesday (2:30 - 5) is Intro to Watercolor Pencils. If you like the look of watercolors, but are anxious about brushwork, this is a great way to have more control. Draw and then wet some or all areas with clear water. Amazing results! We will use DerWent Watercolor Pencils Set of 24 so everyone is working with the same colors. 

$25 for 2 1/2 hour session
plus $10 supplies fee
Or buy your own set before coming to class. 

Here's a sample:

And here is a flyer with March and April offerings:

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