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Sometimes a splash of paint or a piece of clay is an effective way to beat the wintertime blues. The Art Center at Fuller Lodge is offering a multitude of classes to keep people’s minds engaged and interested throughout the winter months.
Classes begin Feb. 1 and run through March 27.
Registrants may notice a few new classes in the schedule this year.
For instance, Richard Overfield, who is one of the mentors for the mural project, which the Art Center, Los Alamos High School and CB Fox are collaborating in, will instruct the Purpose of Painting as well as Color Theory: The Technical and Psychological Aspects of Color for Artists.
Another mentor in the mural project, Jean Kempinsky, will teach Painting Techniques and Faux Finishes. In addition, Kempinsky will instruct Moving and Free Standing Sculpture.
Another new class is Becky Hackenberry’s How to Prepare Consignment Artwork for Submission to the Art Center at Fuller Lodge’s Shop.
Sande Anderson will teach beginning and intermediate silk painting while Eileen Loro will instruct two classes – one on Appalachian Melon Basket and another on Appalachian potato basket.
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