Connecting our Community Through the Arts

Techniques With Pen and Ink – A Class by Laura Lewis Shindle

Laura Shindle-Pen & InkWhy are and old buildings or a crooked tree so intriguing? Could it be the nostalgia it creates, much like an old black and white photo and how it creates sharp contrast and detail? By taking a pen in hand, you will learn how different marks, intersecting each other, can create texture, value, and mood. But, most importantly, remember in this class one should feel free to experiment, relax and enjoy a fun filled day with a fabulous piece of art to take home also.

Class Description – Pen and Ink can look much like a nostalgic black and white photo. By taking pen in hand, you will learn to make different marks, intersecting each other, creating texture, value, and mood. In this class one should feel free to experiment, RELAX and ENJOY a fun filled day with a fabulous piece of art to take home and frame.

Laura was born and raised in Hagerstown, MD.  Attended Washington Co Museum of Art for ten years and continued her education at the Ringling School of Art, in Florida, Hagerstown Community College, and numerous workshops under the instruction of accomplished artist throughout the US and England.

DATE OF CLASSES – August 9 and August 16, 2014
TIME – 1 – 3 pm
COST – $ 35 per class  (includes all material and supplies.)

To register for the class call either Laura at 597-8341 or Donna at 762-8394. You may also sign up in person at The 42 West Artists Co-Op, 42 West Main Street.

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