Drawing and Painting the Human Figure

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Fourth Sundays, 2:00pm-5:00pm

Local artists Marsha Holmes and Beth Andrews, active members of the High Country Watermedia Society, will be hosting an opportunity for members of the community to gather to draw and paint the human figure.

These sessions will not include direct instruction but will rely on inspiration and support of participants working together in community. Participants should bring their own supplies to work with--easels and boards will be provided.

Fourth Sundays, 2:00pm-5:00pm
Turchin Center Classroom 3200 (map)
open to the public
$15 per session. $5 Appalachian students

Local artists Marsha Holmes and Beth Andrews, active members of the High Country Watermedia Society, will be hosting an opportunity for members of the community to gather to draw and paint the human figure.

These sessions will not include direct instruction but will rely on inspiration and support of participants working together in community. Participants should bring their own supplies to work with--easels and boards will be provided.

How to register

No registration is required for this workshop.  

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