The new year of Lessons and Lemonade art classes has been set and registration for January and February classes opened Dec. 1. The classes are sponsored by the Parker Artist Guild and are free to …
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The new year of Lessons and Lemonade art classes has been set and registration for January and February classes opened Dec. 1.
The classes are sponsored by the Parker Artist Guild and are free to students in grades 4-8 (ages 9-14). Classes take place from 9:30-11 a.m. or 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. the second Saturday of each month (except June and December) in the classroom at Hobby Lobby at Mainstreet and Parker Road in Parker. Work from participating children has been displayed in the hallway gallery at the PACE Center.
Registration is required; go to www.parkerartistsguild.com/classes/youth
Class schedule for 2019:
Jan. 12, oil painting with safe oil paints, led by Leslie Scott
Feb. 9, oil pastels, led by Kristin Paulson
March 9, clay sculpting, led by Bev Baldwin
April 13, drawing graphite tigers, led by Behnaz Ahmadian
May 11, calligraphy, led by Evette Goldstein
June 22, dry pastel tree, led by Sharon Smith
July 13, totem pole art, led by Judy Pendleton and JoAnn Nelson
Aug. 10, ink painting, Candace French
Sept. 14, fiber nature weaving, Heather Cotterman
Oct. 12, watercolor, Pam Hostetler and Kay Gross
Nov. 9, mixed media, Chris Sherman
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