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Abstract Collage – Feb. 19

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Abstract Collage

Instructor Ginny Lassiter

Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

$45

Get ready to have some fun! This is an abstract collage made from paint, twine, specialty papers, wallpaper swatches, fabric, old photos, new photos, magazine pages, newspaper articles – whatever you want! Bring your own items and personalize it. We will have some to add, along with acrylic paint (if you don’t bring your own). We will supply paint brushes and a 16×20 canvas for you. Feel free to bring your own base, if you prefer!

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic we’re still taking  precautions to keep us all safe. In addition to sanitizing, we have clean, just washed aprons for you in case you choose not to bring your own. Each of you will have your own table. Class size is limited to 10 participants.

Our online registration is disabled, so please call the gallery during work hours (Monday – Saturday, 11 – 5) for more information and to sign up. Our phone number is 910.575.5999.

The gallery is located at:

10283 Beach Drive SW (NC179)

Calabash, NC 28467

Instructor Bio

The Ocean Isle Beach, NC resident has always been a creative soul. She’s a potter, she paints, she sketches, she designs fabrics. She graduated from East Carolina University in North Carolina with a major in Art and an emphasis in Interior Design.

Ginny works most often in acrylic, creating non-objective abstracts. She often creates mixed media pieces and collages, as well.  “I’ve taken a few workshops with Sterling Edwards and Joe DiGiulio,” she says, “and they’ve really opened my eyes to shapes and textures. I love the whole process of painting abstracts!”

Ginny has been profiled in Sasee magazine and was also featured on the North Carolina ATMC cable TV program. Her paintings have been on the covers of Carolina Arts and artGuide magazines.

 

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