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Photo of a paper lanterns PAPER LANTERN WORKSHOP
Make your own funky, functional paper lantern! Everything you need to create this cool piece is included. Makes a great gift, or keep it for yourself!
Instructor: Ruth Bush
Wednesday & Thursday, October 4 & 5, 6:30-8:30pm
$70, materials provided

WED. OCT. 11th 6:30- 8:30
WED. OCT 18th 6:30- 9:00
Join us for this two-day guided workshop where students will create beautiful hand made bowls or platters from concrete, using the beauty of natural leaves. Students will be instructed in painting and finishing techniques for these decorative pieces, and provided a list of materials so the project may replicated at any time.
Instructor: Sharon Finnegan
$79 including supplies. Minimum number of students to hold class: 4.
Instructor: Sharon Finnegan. Bio: I grew up in a family that valued creativity, and a mom unafraid of tools. At any given time there were numerous crafts and calligraphy projects on the dining room table, furniture being refinished on the back porch, wood carvings, wood burnings, and Japanese brush paintings in progress. From this unconventional exposure, I developed my ideas of what art could be.
After attending Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, I spent the next twenty years painting murals, exploring sculpture, being mentored in Venetian plaster, and being commissioned to do portraits, logos, and illustrations. My works these days are a fusion of materials and techniques resulting in sculptural tables, mixed media landscape paintings, wildlife wall hangings, wild bird door frame sitters, and an array of functional (and not-so-funtional) pieces, many of which can be found at

Line and Mass: The Figure and Portrait Explored in Drawing and Painting
Registration Deadline: August 30
This workshop will explore both the organized and elegant manner of classical drawing, and the dynamic, fresh approach of alla prima painting. Though each style has a distinctive character, together they provide the artist with a more complete understanding of artistic technique. The first day will focus on drawing methods with an emphasis on form and anatomy. The final two days will concentrate on the spirited technique of alla prima, which will center on color and paint dynamics. Demonstrations will be given each day that will illustrate each approach.
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Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 20-22, 2017
9am-4pm all days
$550, includes model fee
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