The Joseph House Art Gallery, 828 Broadway, is offering one-day, four-hour workshops taught by its artists in March-May.
The first workshop is 12:30-4:30 p.m. March 14, taught by Brenda Stevens. "My Watercolor Crash Course" is a class for beginners. She provides all the supplies and participants will go home with a finished 8-by-10-inch watercolor painting.
On a Friday in April (the date is yet to be determined), Sharon Nelson will teach how to paint outdoors.
Arlaine Morrison will teach a class on watercolor on Yupo (a synthetic paper made of recyled goods), tentatively on March 27.
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Helena Meek will teach people who to paint with oil and pastels outdoors on April 30.
A Paintout will be April 30-May 2 for anyone who wants to paint outdoors. A "wet paint" show will follow.
Dick Millman, a retired Auburn University art professor, will teach drawing architecture in soft pencil. Participants will work outdoors. The class is 12:30-4:30 p.m. May 13.
All classes will be limited in size, so reservations are recommended.
The fee is $55 per workshop.