1. Acrylic Painting classes - Howards Arts - Dual Highway, Hagerstown
 Winter 2020 - starts Jan. 7 - Adult acrylic painting classes -Choose a subject theme - Landscape &/or Animals,with a focus on using linear perspective to convey buildings 
Howards Art - Dual Highway Hagerstown,   301-733-2722

Students will learn how to create an acrylic painting of animals and/or landscapes with a focus on using linear perspective to convey architecture in your paintings! The first two classes will begin with learning basic drawing and linear perspective process. Students will be working from direct observation and photos. The third class will be dedicated to the transition from pencil to color media. The last three classes will be focused on painting and the techniques involved in completing the work. Individual attention will assist students with little, or previous experience. The goal is for students to gain/sharpen skills, learn how to organize a composition, and develop full color acrylic painting.
Class Dates: Begins Jan. 7th (6 weeks)
Times: 1pm-3pm
Ages: 14 and up
Cost: $125 + $135 supply kit (supplies may also be purchased separately)
Registration Fee: $25* (will be applied to cost of class on first day)
Duration: 6 weeks

Painting Instruction - studio
Valley Artists - meet in Mansion House (Hagerstown City Park)
4 week session Begins Jan. 9th - to continue
Thursday afternoon, 1-4, at the Mansion House. Begins Jan. 9th. These classes are continuous:  4 weeks/$70 for VAA and Museum members, $75 non-members.  Expand your personal development with professional guidance, input and instruction. There will be the opportunity to learn the use of glazing techniques in acrylics.    To register, contact David Bottini at forgabriel@icloud.com or text/call 717-304-6132. 

2. UPCOMING (Dec.)   1 day painting workshop "In The Style Of" - at the Washington County Museum, Hagerstown

“In the Style Of” Acrylic Painting Workshop
Participants will work from a painting in the museum collection as style inspiration ...
Thursday, Dec. 19
10 AM – 2:30 PM | $45 for WCMFA Members, $50 for the public