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Third Annual Summer 2019 Fine Art Watercolor Workshop with Carolyn Wallace-Zani
June 26 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Once again, you will be able to create your own original artwork at the Third Annual Summer 2019 Fine Art Watercolor Workshop for adults (18+) at the Page Farm And Home Museum on the University of Maine campus in Orono. Students will have an opportunity to visit the Museum’s beautiful Heirloom Herb and Vegetable Gardens too. Come join your fellow artists painting the artifacts and the flora of the Museum’s collections. Classes are held indoors in their three-story, post and beam barn built in 1833! Pre-registration is required.
Save–The –Date. Class size is limited so pre-register early for this class to be held on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 to reserve your place. Attend the morning Watercolor Class (9:00 am – 11:30 am), or the afternoon Watercolor Class (12:30 pm – 3:00 pm), or both classes! Classes are taught independently. No previous painting experience is necessary. All levels of watercolor painting are welcomed! In both sessions, I will conduct a demonstration. Individual attention and instruction will guide students through the watercolor process.
Registration is $35.00 per class or $55.00 for both classes. Your tuition contributes toward a donation to the Page Farm & Home Museum. For further details, class agenda, supply list, and to register, please contact the artist directly at this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place. Hope you will join me for a fun painting experience. I will look forward to welcoming new students and returning students alike!
Carolyn Wallace-Zani is the owner of Main Street Studio and maintains her studio in Brewer, Maine. She conducts drawing and painting workshops for children and adults and is an instructor at Bangor Adult & Community Education in Bangor, Maine. Her original work and prints are in both private and cooperative collections. She recently completed a course of study in Natural History Illustration in conjunction with the University of New Castle, Australia. Her work has been displayed in Augusta, Maine at the Capitol as part of the Maine Arts Commission’s Art in the Capitol Summer program, is also in the permanent collection at Eastern Maine Community College, Bangor Maine, the recipient of numerous First Place Awards regionally including the Bangor Art Society’s Member’s Show “Best In Show” Award 2019 for her Plein Air work.