Art Creations Hosts Art Expo 2019

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Between the nippy winds and the blooming daffodils, the signs are clear that Spring has arrived in Chattanooga. With the start of a new season of landscape changes and personal goals, Art Creations has designed the perfect exploration into the arts, ART EXPO 2019.  Whether you consider yourself an artist or the creative urge recently bubbled to the surface, Art Expo 2019 will offer a series of workshops and one (or ten) may be just what you are looking for to begin your Spring.

All workshops will be offered at Art Creations, 7351 Commons Blvd. located between Smokey Bones and Academy Sports.

The workshops have been designed to provide both instruction and exposure to new products, taught by a qualified teacher provided by the manufacturer. In addition, workshops have been scheduled for Friday and Saturday to allow both adult and older student participation. The cost of each workshop is only $5 and reservations are required [www.art-creations.com] so that instructors will have adequate supplies for product testing.

What are your choices? It is a complete smorgasbord of options, including:

FRIDAY, APRIL 5

9:30AM– 10:15AM
Victoria Pearmain
Winsor & Newton

10:30AM – 12:00Noon
Margaret Park
Daniel Smith Watercolor

12:30PM – 1:30PM
Karen Reader
Rembrandt Soft Pastels

2:00PM – 3:30PM
Vic Hollins
Van Gogh Watercolor

4:00PM-4:30PM
Jackie Cory
Marabu Graphix

SATURDAY, APRIL 6

10:30AM – 12:00PM
Alex Bailey
Golden Mediums

12:15PM – I:00PM
Mike Grecian
Holbein

1:30PM – 2:30PM
Paul Reynolds
Pentel

2:45PM – 4:15PM
Sandra Washburn
Sennelier Abstract Acrylics

For more information, call Holly Doucette at 423 531-7606.

 


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