October 5 and 6, 2013 9:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. at the Main Street Lesson Center
We are pleased to present a workshop with Cecile Baird. This years workshop will feature Cecile's Garlic and how to achieve the rich colors with the papery thin leaves of the garlic. I will post a picture of one of her pictures and I know you will be amazed.
Cecile Baird is asignature member and 5-Year Merit Award Recipient of the colored Pencil Societyof America (CPSA). After receiving BFA and MA degrees from The Ohio StateUniversity she worked as a graphic designer for many years before turning hertalents to fine art. After discovering the possibilities of thisversatile medium about 15 years ago, she has become one of the foremost coloredpencil artists in the country. Her realistic style and dramatic use oflighting make Cecile's work instantly recognizable.
To register, send your name, address, phone numbers and e-mail address to Cathie Fithian with a minimum of $85.00 deposit, balance of $100 to be paid the first morning of the workshop. Seating is limited, so sign upearly. Return form with payment;checks made payable to Cathie Fithian to: Main Street Lesson Center,1664 North Main, North Canton, Ohio 44720.
Workshops with Amy Lindenberger
Amy Lindenberger continues to teach a Color Theory Class and is currently teaching a portrait series of workshops. If you are interested you can find more information and registration forms at www.AmyLindenberger.com.
Ruth Mugridge Snodgrass is the author of two books of memoir about small-town family life in Somerset County, Pennsylvania: Dark Brown is the River (2004), set in the Great Depression of the 1930's and its sequel, On Goes the River: The Somerset Years (2006) set in the late '30's and the years of World War II. To purchase copies of these two books please email: email@example.com. Books are also available on Amazon.com.