‘Wet Paint’ Workshops with Christine O’Brien.
Waterford Council Arts office and Waterford Libraries are delighted to invite you to ‘The Wet Paint’ series of creative workshops with Christine O’Brien as part of the annual Bealtaine Festival.
Starting on April 28th they will take place over Zoom on Wednesday mornings from 11am to 1pm.
The six weekly sessions are designed to inspire novice and experienced participants to try something new.
Each participant will work at their own pace in a relaxing fun environment, exploring their creativity and developing their own unique style.
New skills are introduced each week using paint to create visual imagery – from evocative landscapes to dramatic abstract compositions.
Everyone will have an opportunity to take part in an online exhibition and, in time, exhibit the work publicly.
Once your free place is secured you will be sent a list of the materials needed. The classes are limited to 15 and supported by Waterford Council Arts office and Waterford Libraries.
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Christine O’Brien is an established arts practitioner based in Waterford. She is a founding member and co-curator of Group 20ten artist collective and the former Gallery 20ten.
An experienced educator, Christine facilitates creative workshops locally and abroad, including previous Bealtaine workshops and various arts programmes for schools funded by Waterford Council. She uses both traditional and contemporary art forms in a range of media. Natural and philosophical boundaries that link, divide, contain and reveal are recurring themes in her work.
For more information visit christineobrien.ie
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