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Workshop | Paint Your Pet Portrait
May 21, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm$110
Paint Your Pet Portrait is the perfect workshop to learn some painting tips and create a unique work of art of your favorite pet.
Artist Colleen Thompson will be spearheading a custom, step-by-step, pet portrait class. This will be a guided class using acrylic paints on canvas to turn your pup into a work of art.
How it works: Guests who register will simply send a photo of their pet to firstname.lastname@example.org once the registration is complete. When they arrive the day of the workshop, they’ll receive a 16 x 20 inch canvas of their pet sketched and ready to be painted. All materials are provided! Feel free to bring a snack or drink for a break.
$110 per student. All materials provided, including a sketched portrait of your pet on a canvas ready to paint.
There is a maximum of 8 spots available and the deadline to register is end of day May 19th (to allow enough time for portrait prep). Register soon to reserve your space!
** In the event of a cancellation more than seventy two (72) hours prior to the event date, the applicant will receive a refund of the ticket fee. No refund will be given if less than seventy two (72) hours notice of the cancellation is given.
IN COMPLIANCE WITH CDC GUIDELINES:
Since this is an in-person workshop, each student will have their own work station to ensure everyone has six feet of distance between each other. All guests will be temperature checked at the door, and are required to wear a mask at all times. The workshop will take place in the large gallery space.
About the Instructor:
Thompson earned her Bachelor of Fines Arts degree in graphic design and photography from the Savannah College of Art (formerly the Atlanta College of Art) in Atlanta, Georgia. She studied drawing and painting at the Detroit Institute of Art in Michigan as well as Old School Square in Delray Beach, FL. After having a successful career working as an art director and computer graphic artist for 25 years, Thompson returned to her passion, picked up the paint brushes and painted again. A member of the Florida Watercolor Society since 2012, Thompson resides in South Florida with her husband George and their three daughters.