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Painting From the Heart With WatercoloursPosted: August 7, 2012
A Columbia Valley watercolour artist is holding an upcoming workshop August 13 to 16, called ‘Painting From the Heart With Watercolours.’
“I look forward to sharing the creative process with you as we explore together watercolour painting from the heart,” Gordon said.
The workshop is open for those aged eight to adult.
A short list of supplies needed, and available locally, will be sent in your confirmation email upon registration, as well as directions to the artist’s home after registration.
To register (by August 8 to hold your space) and/or to express interest in September, Autumn and Winter classes call 250-341-6114 or email [email protected]
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