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10:30 am

Learn To Draw From Your Right Brain

July 12 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
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An event every week that begins at 10:30am on Tuesday and Thursday, repeating until July 12, 2018

Bonifas Fine Arts Center, 700 First Avenue South
Escanaba, MI 49829 United States
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This class is full for the 19th. Please call for availability afterwards. 906-786-3833  INSTRUCTOR: David Snook DATES: Tuesdays & Thursdays, June 19, 21, 26, 28 July 10, 12 (Skips the week of July 2) Would you like to learn to draw skillfully and beautifully and to learn to see the world in new ways? Artist and Illustrator David Snook will help kids and adults to move from stick figures to recognizable portraits in just 3 weeks! The class is based on the method of “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain” by Dr. Betty Edwards (the book is available at Amazon to follow along). Students will develop their natural abilities to see and draw using series of fun exercises that will help them to really look at objects and draw what they see…not what they “think” the picture should look like. Even if you think art is not for you and you struggle to draw realistic pictures and are discouraged - come to the class and be surprised! Don’t miss this unique offering!   Student Fee: $5 per session, $30 for all 6 classes We strongly suggest that students take this class as a series due to the progressive nature of the method.  

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7:00 pm

BENT II Gallery Reception

July 12 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bonifas Fine Arts Center, 700 First Avenue South
Escanaba, MI 49829 United States
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BENT II: New Glasswork by Alysa Marie Diebolt EXHIBIT: July 12 – August 23 Opening Reception: July 12 Inspired by colors and shapes, this expanded collection by Alysa Marie Diebolt brings to life unique hue combinations in a variety of forms. Each piece in BENT II brings together bright colors, interesting patterns, and a whimsical touch to contemporary fused glass artwork including functional clocks, slumped glass, wall pieces, as well as sculptural stand pieces. Diebolt, a native of the Upper Peninsula, began doing fused glass with her father, a stained glass artist, when she was 14 years old. She now lives in Eastpointe, outside of Detroit and her work is sold at galleries across Michigan.

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