Enrollment Code: ARPB101
Instructor: James Gloria

Painting can be daunting for beginners, but there are plenty of reasons to take up this enjoyable art form; as a break from the day-to-day, a meditative pastime, or just way to follow your muse. Many are overwhelmed by how-to videos and books, afraid of how or where to begin. This course is a good place to explore painting in a supportive environment, with small classes and individual attention. We'll explore the materials and techniques to get you started on a path to creativity.

 
Thursdays
10:30 - 12:00
6 sessions starting January 25, March 8, May 10, and June 21
$125
 

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