Watercolor for Beginners with Visual Limitations
Saturday, January 29, 2022
January 29 and 30 | 10:30 AM – 3 PM
*REGISTRATION IS CLOSED*
Back by popular demand! Designed for participants who are legally blind or have visual limitations, this class will explore basic painting techniques and theory while creating still life compositions.
Space is limited. Advance registration required.
Instructor: In addition to practicing ophthalmology, Barbara Arnold loves the outdoors and plein air painting. In drawing and painting on site, she captures a personal feeling unique to a location. Her painting mentors are Rose Edin and Gregory Kondos. Barbara’s paintings are in collections of local residents, and additional works can be seen in the reception rooms at her medical practice and at the office of her husband, Dr. Henry Go of Courtland. Arnold will teach Watercolors for Beginners with Visual Limitations.
Fee waived thanks to Art Access Funding.
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