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Tett Centre Kingston - Activity Room

Windswept Pine Painting workshop - Saturday March 23, 2024 12:30-2:30

Paint along with local artist Lisa Leskien. Create a beautiful windswept pine tree painting in acrylic paint on 4"x12" gallery - thick canvas.

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Windswept Pine Painting workshop  - Saturday March 23, 2024  12:30-2:30
Windswept Pine Painting workshop  - Saturday March 23, 2024  12:30-2:30

Time & Location

Mar 23, 2024, 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Tett Centre Kingston - Activity Room , 370 King St W, Kingston, ON K7L 2X4, Canada

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About the event

Windswept Pine Tree Painting workshop at the Tett Centre! Join local artist Lisa Leskien to create a bright and colourful stylized pine tree painting. All abilities welcome. No painting experience necessary. You will be guided through the steps from transferring the image, mixing and layering colours, to painting your own beautiful pine tree painting. All supplies needed to paint a 4x12 inch acrylic paintings on gallery-deep canvas are included in the $55 registration fee.

We will be using acrylic paint. It may get messy. Please wear clothes that you are OK getting paint on.

Please arrive 5 minutes early.  Windswept Pine Tree Painting workshop registrations must be paid in advance - ticket sales end on Thursday March 21, 2024.  This event takes place in the Tett Centre Activity Room - on the first floor  (Lake Level) of the Tett Centre.

We ask that you please self access for COVID-19 before you come ( There are available tools online)

If you are feeling unwell or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, Please notify me and I can save your ticket for a future class or offer a full refund. Safety first, always!

Tickets

  • Windswept Pine Painting Class

    Windswept Pine tree Painting Workshop with Lisa Leskien. This ticket purchase covers the materials, and instruction to create a colourful Windswept Pine Tree Painting.

    $49.00
    +$1.23 service fee
    Sale ended

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