Teaching Artist Mary Klotz will be facilitating a daytime watercolor work group for advanced beginner and intermediate watercolor painters starting January 20 at the Berkeley Art Works, 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg. The Group will meet once per month in January, February, and March.
Daytime Watercolor Work Group for Advanced Beginner and
Intermediate watercolor painters
Mondays January 20, February 17, March 17, 11am – 2:30pm
Instructor: Mary Klotz
Ongoing workshop meets once per month for 3 hours.
(There will be a 30 minute lunch break)
3rd Monday of the month- Jan. 20, Feb. 17, and Mar. 17th.
Water color Work group is for advanced beginner and intermediate painters, who would like to come together once a month, to work in a social group, receive feedback and suggestions about their watercolor paintings from a professional instructor, and have instruction in different techniques or address specific techniques.
Artists would bring the supplies that they have on hand. The class is 3 hours, although a 30 minute lunch break is included during class. Students would bring their lunch. In the event of inclement weather , the missed work group would be reschedule for the following Monday.
Mary Klotz presents workshops and classes in Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia and beyond. Her many interests and areas of expertise include watercolor painting, fine crafts including triaxial weaving, glass beads and jewelry, basketry and silk painting. Mary is continuously creating, and her work has been exhibited throughout the mid-Atlantic area and included in many publications. Mary received a BS in Education from the University of Maryland.
Tuition $75 for three sessions.
Pre-register by January 15 to assure your space.
The Berkeley Arts Council offers a wide range of art classes and workshops at the Berkeley Art Works, 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg.
The announced classes for adults include beginning and intermediate acrylic painting, pastel painting, watercolor painting, beginning and intermediate drawing and sketching, pottery, and a classes on writing a a mystery novel.
Classes for young people include Art and Art History for home school middle and high school students, tempera painting for middle school students, and Junior Art Academy for age 7-10 years.