JACKSON NH – In this weekend workshop, students will learn how to use color, value and a variety of watercolor techniques to portray the soft glowing effect of a Winter evening.
Participants will start with drawing and breaking the image down into value patterns and then move on to painting. The instructor will be doing demos throughout the class. Students will be working from photographs of a city or town on a wintery night. The instructor will supply photos, or you can bring your own. (If you bring your own, don’t shy away from people and cars, or signs) Terri will also be demonstrating a drawing techniqe to make things look accurate in the photo. By the end of the weekend you will leave with at least one finished painting. Please bring $10 payable to the instructor to cover a large sheet of Arches, 140lb watercolor paper, painting board and use of masking fluid. This class is for all levels from the beginner student to the intermediate. The instructor will work with you at your level. Class size will be limited to allow for individual attention.
Sat Feb 29 & Sun., March 1, 9am-4pm, $265 (deadline for sign up, Feb 24)
603 387 3463
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NORTH CONWAY NH – Every Friday at 7:30pm the local musical legends Dennis O’Neil & Davey Armstrong perform at Deacon Street Bar & Grill in North Conway NH. These two talented musicians have been bringing great music and good clean fun to their audiences in Mount Washington Valley for many years.
7:30 – 10:00 p.m.
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FRYEBURG ME – Welcoming immigrant children from around the globe, the Pihcintu Multicultural Chorus helps restart young lives. War-torn villages, bloodshed, refugee camps, famine, and political turmoil were devastating realities for many of these young singers before being embraced by the warmth, companionship and harmony that Pihcintu provides. Portland, Maine, an ever-expanding international resettlement community, was fertile ground to bring together children from diverse backgrounds to sing as one. Con Fullam, award-winning producer, musician, and songwriter, combined his passion for music with a deep concern for the effect of world issues on children – creating the Chorus with the help of countless supporting souls from all walks of life. This unique chorus of young women from Cambodia, China, Congo, El Salvador, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda, Viet Nam, British West Indies, and Zambia, along with children whose families have been here for generations, have formed a powerful and permanent bond. Through the healing power of music, these vulnerable, yet brave, young women have learned to trust, hope and laugh again.