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Monday, 30 August 2010
Maine Barn and Haying in September watercolor demonstration and workshop series
Topic: Watercolor Class
Maine barn & haying scene watercolor
"Haying at Harjula's, South Thomaston, Maine" watercolor by Catinka Knoth.

Press Release:

Painting the Sights of September -  Watercolor Demonstration and Workshop Series with Catinka Knoth

Rockland - Catinka Knoth will give  a  watercolor demonstration on painting a  Maine barn in September scene, on Friday, Sept 3, 11am at Lincoln Street Center for Arts and Education.This event is free and open to the public. Knoth will create another version of  her watercolor, "Haying at Harjula's". Onlookers will see how the glazing of watercolors builds up the tones of shadow areas. The demonstration precedes a four part studio watercolor workshop series Knoth will teach, "Painting September  Scenes",  focusing on the sights of September. Participants will explore Monarch butterflies; sunflowers and late summer gardens; haying and fields; apples and orchards; The  class will meet every Tuesday, 10am-Noon, Sept 7, 14, 21, 28,  at Lincoln Street Center for Arts and Education, 24 Lincoln St.

Each week is a different motif:

  • 9/07     Monarch Butterfles
  • 9/ 14    Sunflowers and late summer gardens
  • 9/21     Haying and fields
  • 9/28     Apples and orchards

Participants may sign up by suggested donation  of $80 for the complete series, or $25 per individual session. Call Knoth at 596-0069 or 542-7317 to confirm space.

Knoth, known for her watercolors of Maine scenes and whimsical animal drawings, regularly gives workshops in watercolor and drawing for adults and children. Her website www.catinkacards.com shows examples of her art and teaching. Lincoln Street Center for Arts & Education is a non-profit organization offering opportunities for community engagement of all ages in the arts, theatre, health and fitness, and education, and online at www.lincolnstreetcenter.org

Posted by Catinka Knoth at 2:46 AM EDT
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