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A Winter Landscape
Keeping with the many beautiful scenes of a New England winter is our theme for this class.  I will be providing a scene to paint along with you, or you may bring along your own to paint or incorporate something special to you. Acrylic on Canvas.  A supply list will be sent out to students after sign up. This is a five week session.
Dates: November 12th – December 10th
Location: South Branch Library
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm   


Painting in large form
In this session of Acrylic Painting students will be painting flowers but in a very large form. This is a fun way to get creative with your own design. I will demonstrate and provide instruction on painting. Students are always welcome to create on their own. This session will run for 5 weeks. Please bring at least a 16 x 20 size canvas and your painting supplies. All are welcome, including those new to painting. New students will be given a list of supplies after signing up.

Dates: January 28th through February 25th.
Location: South Branch Library
Time: 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Cost:  60.00


Class Description
Please feel free to contact the Instructor with questions. Jeanette 781 962 5577.

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A Winter Landscape 
16 and up  N/A  Tu  11/19/2019 - 01/28/2020
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

South Branch Library
$40.00 Res, $40.00 Non-Res
0 seat(s) available
This painting session is great for beginner painters and will be a brush up for the more seasoned ones! Learn to paint a variety of leaf shapes, vines and a few flowers, all using Acrylic paints and brush loading techniques.
 
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Painting in Large Form 
18 and up  N/A  Tu  02/04/2020 - 03/03/2020
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

South Branch Library
$60.00 Res, $60.00 Non-Res
9 seat(s) available
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