Painting with Acrylics at Somers Library

Event Type: Adult Program
Date: 3/6/2017, 3/20/2017, 3/27/2017, 4/10/2017, 4/24/2017
Start Time: 10:30 AM
End Time: 12:30 PM

Description:

 The program allows attendees of any skill level to create beautiful paintings. Participants will learn painting techniques and strokes from our instructor and experienced artist - Judika Lieberman. $25.00 fee payable to the instructor on the first day of class.Register online at www.somerslibrary.org or call 914-232-5717.

Supply list: Optional extras:
Charcoal pencil Sponges
Sketch pad or paper Rollers
Brushes Folding easel
Canvas or canvas board Fixative spray/hairspray
Palette knife
Acrylic paints
Water cup
Rags/paper towels
Paint palette


Location: Program Room
Presenter: Judika Lieberman
Status: Openings
Please Note
  • Attendee MUST Give 24 HOUR Cancellation Notice to Allow Others on the Waiting List to Attend.
Contact Information
  1. Somers Library
  2. 9142325717
  3. somers@wlsmail.org
Mon, March 27
10:30 am — 10:30 am
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Event Type: Adult Program
Date: 3/6/2017, 3/20/2017, 3/27/2017, 4/10/2017, 4/24/2017
Start Time: 10:30 AM
End Time: 12:30 PM

Description:

The program allows attendees of any skill level to create beautiful paintings. Participants will learn painting techniques and strokes from our instructor and experienced artist - Judika Lieberman. $25.00 fee payable to the ...

80 Primrose Street, Route 139 & Reis Park Somers, NY 10589

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80 Primrose Street, Route 139 & Reis Park
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