(I’ve had lots of questions about this, here are some answers: there will be a mother/son class coming up in August. And if you are an aunt, Godmother, grandmother, etc. you are more than welcome!! Girls younger than 8 will find this class challenging, but keep an eye out for future kid workshops, including an art camp coming later this summer.)
Enjoy a relaxing evening with a special young lady in your life. We'll be painting watercolor wreaths, which is a great introduction to the beauty and spontaneity of watercolor for both adults and young-adults.
Designed to be approachable for all skill levels, this class will benefit beginners and those who already dabble with watercolors. No experience is necessary, and all supplies are included in the ticket price.
This class has been in the works for a little while and I am thrilled to be able to offer it on June 11 from 6-8 pm. The class will cover basic watercolor techniques for the first hour and then we'll move along to our final projects. It’s going to be a fun, relaxing class full of encouragement and I can guarantee you’ll learn something along the way.
Each ticket includes light refreshments, all supplies and materials, and matting/backboards at the end of the class. Purchase two or more tickets together and receive a 10% discount with the code FRIENDS. You are of course welcome to bring more than one young lady with you! Class size is capped at 18, so snap up those seats and get ready for a fun evening!
WHEN AND WHERE:
Tuesday, June 11 from 7-9 pm
6881 Pecan St. Frisco, Texas 75034
Tickets are non-refundable, but may be transferred. Any questions or concerns, email Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org or text her at (518) 965-3751.
Here’s a recent testimonial from first-time watercolor painter Sheryl: “I had such an amazing experience! Alexandria Gilbert is a fantastic teacher, and her paintings are so beautiful – you really have to see them. Words can’t do them justice…She matted every students’ piece for us. I left with so much confidence and excitement. Couldn’t have been better.”