Unwitting contributing writer Tom Woodhouse tells us about holiday Art Association drawing & painting classes! Tom, am I getting a complimentary press pass membership ANY TIME SOON?????? Already asked your boss. I think he forgot! (slightly bemused smiley face goes here) …Oh, and I edited your letter just a teensy bit, adjusting for timing of events.
“Ready or not, December is here! We have many drawing & painting opportunities for you this month!
Sharon Thomas is offering classes in Acrylic Painting every Monday night from 6pm to 9pm, and moi, I am offering Drawing Exercises on Tuesdays, 6 – 9pm, right up until Christmas! These classes are only $99 for any four sessions you attend.
We’ve started a “Beginning a Second Life” drawing session each Wednesday morning, 9 am – noon; Open studio to any Art Association member (or?) a $15 to drop in. We continue our regular Wednesday night group from 6 – 9pm.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday (December 7-9th) I am teaching a etching workshop for all levels, introducing basic etching and printing techniques. To everyone who has been asking me for this class for the last year this is your opportunity to get in here! Please call Kadie at the front desk for details and enrollment.
Be sure to get your work ready for the Art Association’s Salon Show in January, open to all Art Associations Members. There is a $10 submission fee that is put towards cash awards for show participants. Opening reception is January 25, 2013. This show has always brought out the entire community for a fun party and a very diverse collection of Art…..Check our website–www.artassociation.org— for specific topics covered each week!”
But a winter tailgate at the annual Wilson Bazaar isn’t a bad idea. Usually, besides all the global gifts strewn around the home of Brot & Didi Coburn, you’ll find hot cider, cheeses, cookies, coffee and other warm winter treats.
But go for the Teton Culture rugs, Mongolian and Tibetan cashmere, and Sweet Peony Design jewels.
Date: Dec. 8 & 9th, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Place: 1520 Fish Creek Road, Wilson, WY
Contact: Didi Thunder–307-733-3124 or email [email protected]